30 Mar
Dinosaur Bones Found in Hitchcock & King Yard!

Dinosaur Bones Found in Hitchcock & King Yard!

Over the past few days we have been in the process of doing some maintenance work at our Fulham branch, which involved some excavation. Whilst digging up part of the yard, the construction workers were confused when they found something a little out of the ordinary.


An unexpected discovery

After noticing what looked like some odd-shaped rocks at first glance, we quickly realised that this was something much more interesting. After getting the experts involved, we can reveal that fossilised dinosaur bones have been found in our very own yard! Measuring around 10 metres long, 

The first of its kind

This really is a one-of-a-kind discovery –

18 Mar
Coronavirus (Covid-19) Business Update

Coronavirus (Covid-19) Business Update

The safety of our employees and customers is our top priority. So, we would like to keep everyone informed of how we are following government advice in order to help stop the spread of the virus, as well as reducing the pressure on the NHS.

Our operations are strictly observing social and physical distancing guidelines and all other PHE and government guidelines. In practice, this means restricting the number of customers at any one time in our branches, usually to one or two at a time. We appreciate your patience in this respect. We are also operating a delivery-only service at our Ashford and Fulham branches and with more resources focused on deliveries we expect to be able to fulfil deliveries in good time.

31 May
How to Boost Your Home’s Kerb Appeal with DIY

How to Boost Your Home’s Kerb Appeal with DIY

If you’ve spent too much time around estate agents, you might have heard the term ‘kerb appeal’ thrown around. The idea is that, the better your home looks to passersby, the more it’s worth on the market. In this article, we’ll be going into a little more detail with kerb appeal, looking at how you can improve it via a range of DIY projects.


Weeding

It’s not the most glamorous task in the world, and it’s not very interesting either, but it’s certainly worth doing. If you have a front lawn or any sort of plant growth near your driveway,