Autumn is here and with winter fast approaching it is the perfect time of year to start giving your garden that much needed TLC. We know the importance of preparing your garden in time for the colder months and with this in mind we have put a selection of hints and tips that we think will guide you in the right direction to getting your garden in order!
When it comes to refreshing your garden for the summer months, decking is the most popular choice each year. This celebrated quick fix is perfect for those looking to combat uneven gradients as well as those just wanting to create a little space for entertaining. The summer months are fast approaching and we know you don’t want to be wasting those days of sunbathing, entertaining and socilising with an ice cold drink in hand! So make sure you’re prepared in time to enjoy the warmer weather that is hopefully on... Read More
Winter can be the ideal time to change something you don’t like or something you have become tired of in your home. Maybe it’s the walls, maybe it’s the doors, maybe it’s the mess? Whatever it is, no matter how big or small, you can use these cold months to get your home interior back on track and looking great for the New Year. Below, you can find some of our own DIY ideas for keeping busy through the winter, as well as some creative ways to make your... Read More
Everyone loves a good bit of garden decking, it opens your home up to so many possibilities giving you the perfect area to relax in the sun, cook up a barbeque or socialise with friends. Because of the benefits that owning your own decking brings, many people splash out big money on having them installed in their garden, only to later let their decking deteriorate away under the elements. Obviously we want our customers to have a garden to be proud of, so we have put our thinking caps... Read More
Wood flooring is an increasingly popular choice for homeowners in the UK however many people do not fully understand the correct procedures for maintaining and caring for it and this can be seriously detrimental to the wood’s properties and aesthetics over time.