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Tips On Preventing Water Damage in Your Home

Just like the old age, prevention is always better than cure. The same goes for keeping your house well-maintained. A well maintained house doesn’t need costly renovations or reparations every few years, and one way to make sure your house’s

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How to Silence Your Noisy Water Heater

Does your water heater make humming, buzzing, screeching or popping sounds? Maybe you’ve become immune to the noises, but you shouldn’t just ignore them. These sounds could be a sign of a more serious problem with your water heater. Get

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How To Avoid a Home Repair Scam

It’s a scenario that a lot of people are familiar with: you’re relaxing at home when there’s a knock on your door. It’s a contractor who informs you that he’s got some materials left over from a nearby job and

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The Ins And Outs Of A Combi-Boiler

As the most popular type of boiler in the UK, a combi-boiler is proving to be the go-to choice for households throughout the UK due to their economical behaviour of only heating the water you use and saving space in

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Spring DIY For Around The Home

With winter long behind us now and the spring clean (theoretically) out of the way, you may be looking towards what other odd-jobs that need doing around the home. If you’ve got a list of DIY activities niggling away at

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Expensive Looking Home Decor on a Dime

Organize Your Space Before you buy anything new for your home, it’s important to first organize the space that you do have. Think about the minimalist look of a luxury hotel—simple, yet sophisticated. The old adage, to have “a place

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The Final Word on Home Boilers

Winter is upon us, and it’s chilly out there, so it’s a good idea to make sure your home is warm and cozy. There are two ways to heat your home – assuming you don’t live in a longhouse with

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Exterior Design for Your Conservatory this Summer

There are many reasons for investing in a conservatory, and as we enter spring and the promise of summer is getting closer, there is even more reason to have that extra room to relax in and enjoy the weather. Whether

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7 signs you may need to replace your central heating pump

Is your central heating pump not working? Would you be able to spot the signs and know that yours had reached the end of its natural life and was in need of replacing? Without a fully functioning central heating pump,

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Preparing for the hot weather – a plumbing checklist for spring and summer

No one enjoys the heat of summer, but every year you know it is coming. The spring is an excellent time to check to see if you are prepared for the hot months ahead, including your plumbing needs. Naturally, you

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