If you’re thinking about purchasing a glasshouse or greenhouse for the first time but you don’t know where to start, Hartley Botanic has provided answers to some of the most common questions asked by new customers.

As autumn begins to work its magic, it’s time to take stock of outdoor spaces and furniture to make sure your wood is weatherproofed and protected ready for winter.

As autumn begins to work its magic, it’s time to take stock of outdoor spaces and furniture to make sure your wood is weatherproofed and protected ready for winter.

The last 18 months have seen a considerable shift in outdoor living, and the garden has never been a more focal point of the home. Here, Garry Gregory, Packed Products Director for Tarmac Cement, looks at how self-builders and house-builders can create a stand-out garden space and what trends we…

With their sleek and modern aesthetic, glass balustrades have become increasingly popular over the years. Here, F.H. Brundle’s Head of Marketing, Paul Smith, shares how you can tap into this trend.

21 Oct 2021
Don’t just settle for a tired black tarmac or colourless concrete for the front of your house. Your home should be a statement, and what better way to make that statement than with a stunning and fully customised driveway?

Research shows that 40% of people believe that security is the most important factor when purchasing new windows and doors. Victoria Brocklesby, Chief Operations Officer at Origin, a UK-leading manufacturer of aluminium doors and windows, offers her advice on the best features to secure your doors and windows in your…

In the midst of a national lockdown, a family of five transformed their tiny 60m2 back garden into a stunning outdoor living space, using sustainable composite decking and saving thousands of pounds in a DIY makeover.

F.H. Brundle’s Head of Marketing, Paul Smith, discusses timber and the 21st-century materials challenging its dominance in the home and garden markets.

25 Jun 2021
Now that the days and evenings are becoming brighter, brown patios, green fencing, and grubby outdoor furniture are just some of the sights we're beginning to see.

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