Creating extra space for home entertaining, a trend that has become increasingly heightened since the pandemic, means making the most of our outdoor spaces and sprucing up the patio. Here, Ben Bryden of RAK Ceramics UK, explains how choosing the right flooring can help achieve a seamless, all-weather look.

From heightening safety and security to enhancing kerb appeal, illuminating the front of a property requires careful planning and consideration. In this article, Katie Georgeson from 4lite discusses how to approach this very specific type of lighting installation.

With the arrival of spring, we often spend more time relaxing in our outdoor spaces, and it’s the right time to focus on improving the aesthetics and functionality of our outdoor spaces. If your garden looks a little overgrown, outdated or not functioning as you anticipate, this might be the…

Carl Bailey, Regional Technical Manager for Elevate (formerly Firestone Building Products), explains how to create a green roof that lasts.

Give your home the wow factor with an eye-catching colour choice. Just like landscaping and hardscaping your driveway, colour coordinating your garage door colours with your home can make a big first impression and set the right tone for creating kerb appeal.

20 Dec 2022
The experts from Wire Fence are here to help you gain a better understanding of the tips and tricks regarding some popular gabion projects, so you have every detail you need on hand to start your garden makeover.

Rex Nye, who owns online builders’ merchants NYEs Building Supplies, provides his top tips for making sure you’re getting the best from your garden.

Here Jacksons Fencing explains how you can save money by installing pressure treated fencing vs untreated fencing and why treated timber is not as susceptible to insect and rot attack, wind damage or harsh weather conditions.

The Environment Agency (EA) introduced new rules regarding the discharge of treated sewage by systems installed and in use on or after 1st January 2015.

Flood resistance and flood resilience measures are both important aspects of protecting your property against flooding, but what is the difference and what do they entail?

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