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How Do You Protect Your Furniture from Damage During A Move?

Your furniture is among the most valuable belongings you have in your home. For this reason, it is imperative to always keep them out of harm's way. One way that your furniture can easily get damaged is during a house removal. Many people end up with damaged pieces of furniture perhaps because they failed to pack or wrap them the right way. Therefore, you have to prepare your furniture well for the move. Read More 

How to Make a Sunroom More Inviting and Enjoyable

A sunroom in a home is a bit different than an outdoor patio or deck, as a sunroom will be enclosed but then have screens or large windows all around it; a sunroom is then an actual room of the home, but with more sunlight and air circulation than a standard interior room. If your home has a sunroom, but you don't seem to enjoy the space, note a few tips for making this room more inviting and enjoyable overall. Read More 

What Is a Prefabricated Dwelling?

Essentially, a prefabricated dwelling is one that is manufactured away from the plot where it will be assembled. You can think of a prefabricated house as something of a kit which provides a home to live in once it has been put together. They come in a variety of forms and are sometimes favoured by architects because of the superior build quality that can be specified at a lower cost. Read More 

Simple and Affordable Ways to Make Your Home’s Interior Unique and Personal

If you want your home's interior to look unique and personal and have a space that really expresses your own style, you can pay an interior decorator thousands of dollars to redo the space from top to bottom. However, you may not have thousands of dollars. In many cases, you can add some personality to your home with just a few simple touches and a much more limited budget, but still end up with a space you love. Read More 

Why Landlords Should Install Double Glazing Before Letting a Property

Buying a property to let is a great investment, and it can be a nice little earner as long as you've got happy tenants and no long gaps without occupants. While buying the property should be the biggest amount of money you need to get your investment going, there might also be a few things to fix up before you start looking for tenants, or some extras to buy so the property is more enticing. Read More