4 Features to Consider for a Custom Kitchen

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The kitchen can be the heart of your home. It can be a place to cook a celebratory meal, to toast a special occasion or to enjoy making some nice food to get you through what feels like the grind of the 9-to-5 working world. Refitting and customising your kitchen can transform how you view this space. Read on to discover some of the features you might want to include in your custom kitchen.

27 November 2020

Reducing the Risk of a Slip on Your Stairs

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A staircase isn't necessarily the most adaptable part of your home. It's a functional aspect of your home's layout that serves a specific purpose; namely allowing you to access the different floors of your home. But what about when that staircase needs to adapt in line with your needs or the needs of those who share your home? When someone has mobility issues or diminished motor functions, they might still be able to use the staircase.

3 June 2020

Points to Consider When Choosing Kitchen Benchtops

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After you have picked your kitchen layout, it is time to decide on a suitable benchtop. There is a wide variety of kitchen benchtops in the market today. They come in different materials, styles and colours. Whether you are looking to upgrade your kitchen or designing a new one, these are essential considerations. The content you choose should be easy to maintain, hygienic and highly resistant to heat, stain and impact.

30 November 2019

Reasons That Make Retaining Walls an Excellent Addition to Your Landscape

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A far-reaching yard is an amenity that most people aspire to have. Having an expansive garden not only means you have extra space to develop as you want, whether that is constructing a swimming pool or a guest house. It also provides you with a great space for outdoor living and entertaining guests. However, to make the most of your garden, you should consider hiring general contractors to construct retaining walls.

26 July 2019

Why Your Earthmoving Project Requires Professional Contractors

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Although there are small-scale excavating projects that can be carried out by amateur DIY-ers, large-scale projects are best performed by professional earthmoving contractors. Projects such as land clearing or constructing a swimming pool require a range of tools to be employed. And while you may think that watching a couple of videos online will accord you some training, the reality is that there is a host of risks that you will be exposing yourself to.

15 January 2019

Practice Makes Perfect: A Guide to DIY Road Line Marking

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If you own a piece of private land, you will want to make sure that anyone using the roads and carparks is able to navigate and traverse the area safely. If you make a mistake when painting the lines, it can take a lot of time to remove the paint so you can start again. Therefore, if you have decided to carry out a DIY line painting job, it is important that you practice using the equipment first.

26 March 2018

Maintaining Your Fire Sprinklers: 4 Top Tips

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Sprinklers are an essential fire safety measure in any large building. Installing a network of sprinklers will help to suppress a fire, slowing the rate at which it can spread and creating conditions in which firefighters can enter a building to tackle the blaze. However, a fire sprinkler system will only be effective if it is kept in good working order. During the colder months, sprinkler systems are particularly at risk of leaks and damage caused by freezing pipes.

26 March 2018