Homes & Gardens

5 places where you can build your woodworking workshop

Woodworking or carpentry is one of the most tedious tasks that require craftsmanship and comfortable space. A comfortable woodworking space is important when you take up the task professionally. Space should be vast with sufficient space for all the equipment to be placed within. One has to work carefully in inspecting and setting up a place for woodworks. From working tabletop to sawdust collector to lighting and so on, every detail has to be given equal importance while setting up this work spot.

There are a few basic factors that you need to keep in mind. There should be...

Heavy machinery moving: Tips and tricks

Authored by Claire Small
Posted: Sun, 04/11/2021 - 11:49am

Heavy-duty machines such as cranes, lifts, loaders, backhoes, graders etc. are very challenging and demanding when it comes to their transportation. Due to their sizes and specific construction, they require special attention and extra effort to figure out safe and secure logistics of the move. If not done properly, it can even cause some severe injuries of muscles or back and accidents. Competent heavy machinery movers which specialize in a thoroughly prepared, well-organized and safe moving of heavy machinery might be a great idea to employ. They also deliver all the necessary equipment...

Everything you need to know about electrical safety certificates and cost

Authored by Liv Butler
Posted: Sun, 04/11/2021 - 6:11am

If you're a landlord or only concerned about the electrical safety of your own house, getting a routine electrical safety certificate inspection visit performed gives you peace of mind that your tenants or family are secure. Electricians often do a variety of other forms of work in and near homes.

The electrical safety certificate cost differs due to the scale of the home whose electrical appliances are being checked for enforcement. There is no separate fee for a electrical certificate; this can be included in the total quote from your preferred electrician.


Bring More Style to your Buildings with Stone Cladding

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Posted: Tue, 04/06/2021 - 8:47pm

If you are looking for a way to switch up the outlook of your house then look no further than adding a stone finish to its walls. Currently, adding stones to the exterior or the interior walls of your house is the most fashionable trend in the interior designing industry. This is such a timeless trend that has been in practice since medieval times and never seems to look outdated.

Benefits of Stone Cladding

If you get cladding done with stone, it is the most suitable choice for both the exterior and interior of your building. People mainly choose stone cladding because...

Brick Cladding to Bring Innovation and Elegance to your Buildings

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Posted: Tue, 04/06/2021 - 8:37pm

The recent years have been all about bringing more innovation to the exterior of various structures. However, this innovation is now drifting towards a more minimal décor. Decorating the exteriors with bricks has been for years now but the technique of brick cladding has been recently added to it.

If you want to decorate your walls with bricks, you do not have to worry about building a new brick wall to get the look as that will be quite inconvenient. You can get the brick cladding done on your existing walls both on the inside and outside of your buildings.


5 Reasons Why You Should Work with an Interior Designer

Authored by Liv Butler
Posted: Sun, 04/04/2021 - 6:56am

In this internet age of Pinterest and DIY crafting, we at Truoba Modern House Plans understand the desire to buck the norms and go it alone. But we also cannot discount the value, in price and in expertise, that a trained pair of eyes can add to your home design process, so we encourage you to reach out and find an interior designer who will work with you to turn your vision into a reality.

Still not convinced? Here are five key reasons why it’s your best bet to hire an interior designer to help you design your home.

1. Designers Know the Process

No matter how...

Things you should know before buying bathroom heating

Authored by Liv Butler
Posted: Tue, 03/30/2021 - 8:59am

An overview

Unlike the other rooms in your entire household, the bathroom is the dampest and humid requiring sufficient heating to keep it warm. Specific requirements suit various bathrooms; therefore, a homeowner needs to assess its usage, size, style, and shape. A bathroom that is not heated provides favorable conditions for dampness. In turn, mold build-up attaching on walls, tiles, and fabrics such as towels. A bathroom heater provides a solution by producing warmth and removing cold thus preventing damp conditions. An ideal bathroom heater uses radiation for heating eg....

What type of floor to use for an outside playground?

Children love playing outside, often no matter the weather or what’s available to play with, but, as parents, we want to keep them safe. Part of that is ensuring they’re dressed for the weather, part is making sure their play equipment is put together correctly, and part is choosing a hard-wearing but gentle floor for the kids to jump (and possibly fall) onto.

This might mean sacrificing part of our lawns or patio area and spending a little money, but it can also save all manner of broken bones. There are five loose-fill material floors that we’ll be discussing here, giving you...

Jobs that you should ask a handyman to do

Are you sick and tired of trying to DIY all the different projects around your house and need a little help? Did you bite off a bit more than you could chew and now you are struggling to get all of your home renovation projects complete?

The idea of doing a DIY job yourself sound really funs, and always seems like a great project to take on and pass the time. While there may be some things that are easy enough to do yourself, there are some things that you just should try to do alone. Many things can go wrong and so many people get injured every year from trying to do things they...

Golden rules to make your moving day proceed without a hitch

Golden rules to make your moving day proceed without a hitch

Over the course of the last twelve months or so, there have been a lot of changes that have affected the housing market and moving in general. Firstly, there have been extensions allowed to the freeze of stamp duty expected to be paid on English properties. Then, there have been periods when it has not been possible to move at all due to the lockdown restrictions that have been in place in various different forms in Northern Ireland, Scotland, Wales and England. Furthermore, even when moving has been allowed, there have been many more lifestyle relocations than before.

In short,...

First time buyer deposits top £50k in the South West

First time buyer deposits top £50k in the South West

Those looking to buy their first home in South West England are now having to fork out an average of more than £50,000 for the deposit. But they’re being helped by the Bank of Mum and Dad (or Gran and Grandad), as nearly three quarters of deposits in the region are covered by gifts from older family members.

What the stats say

According to figures released by Key, who provide financial advice to those aged 55 and over, the South West is the third most expensive region in the UK for the cost of deposits, behind the South East, where the average is almost £65,000 and, of...
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