Floor tiles are one of the flooring options that can add colour and texture to your kitchen or bathroom. Ceramic floor tiles are larger and thicker than wall tiles in size so they can withstand the weight of foot traffic. Tiles come in different shapes and sizes, but if working on a budget then square and rectangular tiles are the best options. In addition to being cheaper to buy, they are also easier to lay compared to hexagonal or octagonal tiles.
Tired of a driveway that gets muddy when it rains? Can’t stand the puddles of water and the potholes forming in your path and just want to find a permanent solution?
Tarmacing your driveway is the answer.
With tarmac, you can enjoy a durable surface for at least 15 years maintenance-free. Tarmac is not just an ideal way of enhancing the look and appeal of your home; it’s also a way to increase your property value too.
For a new tarmac driveway, installation prices can vary from £45 to £60 per square metre. However, this is a rough estimate because your final quote will depend on a variety of factors a tradesman can determine following a site visit.
Garden fencing is one of the simple additions that will make a phenomenal difference to your home’s appeal. Imagine all the summers you will spend in the garden and having a pristine, upright garden fence to look at. But as we all know all garden fence installation can be a challenge. Are you up to it?
Do you possess all the knowledge and skills to carry out an impressive job; because if you do then you stand to save on fencing costs.
Wooden flooring has become extremely popular in the modern era, and it’s easy to see why – it’s beautiful, hardwearing and easy to clean.
There’s nothing quite like the sheen of a gorgeous oak floor to set off a room. Flooring prices vary significantly so you might look upon owning your own wooden floor as a dream rather than something that’s realistically attainable.
However, lower priced laminate flooring is a cheap solution that, if installed well, can look lovely. If you want the real thing though, you should expect to pay for it. When you’re working out your budget, it’s important to consider the various types of wooden flooring available as this will have a major impact on cost.
In the balmy weather of the spring and summer it can be difficult to remember just how essential central heating is. Then, autumn arrives, bringing rain, wind and a chilly bite to the air.
It’s often at this time that you’ll flick on the heating switch only to discover half of your radiators aren’t working. Sometimes there’s a problem with the boiler itself, but often the issue is localised to individual radiators themselves. Before you rush out and spend money on a central heating powerflush, it’s important to ask yourself a number of questions.