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.
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,
An army marches on its stomach and a busy day is built on a big breakfast! We can quite comfortably say, you’ve never seen a breakfast sandwich quite like this ….
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What is the BS 8612 and Why has it been Released?
BS 8612 is a set of industry standards, developed by the British Standards Institute, for dry fix roofing methods. Recently, dry fix roofing methods have been increasing in popularity – over half of new roofs in the UK use dry fixing – due to revised recommendations for roofing and slating best practice (BS 5534). In this revision, the dangerous problem of failing mortar and loose roof tiles was addressed with new guidance stating that ridges and hips need to be mechanically fixed, regardless of whether mortar is also used or not.
SAWN TREATED C.16 QUINN CEMENT
IRISH 3.0 METRE LENGTH 25KG PAPERBAG
100 X 47……………………….£3.85 EQUALS £1.28 PER METRE
75 X 47…………………………£2.87 EQUALS £0.96 PER METRE
100MM BLOCKS EACH …….£1.06
140MM BLOCKS EACH ……..£1.49
215MM BLOCKS EACH …….E2.29
PLASTERBOARD SQ EDGE
2440 X 1200 X 12.5MM …….£5.05
1800 X 900 X 12.5MM ……..£3.30
2440 X 1220 X 11MM……….£11.50
2440 X 1220 X 18MM……….£18.45
2400 X 600 X 18MM………..£10.25
Everyone knows that neglecting home improvements can diminish a property’s value. But what if it’s the work of the spirit world that’s causing you selling problems?
The Ackley Family
Nestled next to the Hudson River is a large Victorian house, known as 1 LaVeta Place. In 1990 this home in Nyack, New York was the centre of a one-of-a-kind case, now widely known as the Ghostbusters Ruling.
The couple Helen and George Ackley had lived in this house since the 1960s – but they were not alone! They claimed that family members would be woken up by shaking beds,
Renovating a roof is a massive undertaking and a project you shouldn’t set out upon lightly. For instance, failing to invest in the right materials or expertise for your roofing project could prove calamitous; your roof could leak, let in draughts, or even collapse if your roof can’t support the weight of your new tiles or shingles.
To help you avoid the worst, here we’re going to look at which roofing material would be ideal for your roof and the crucial things you must always consider.
What to Consider When Choosing Roofing Materials
When you first set out to find new roofing materials for your roof,