It's Your Home

Make the most of it

It does not have to be a big change to give your home a "new lease of life"


Change the look
Add new Space

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Interior Design
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Kitchen & Bath
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House Extensions

There are so many things that can make a big difference - even just coat of paint!

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What You Can Do

Interior Decoration

Painting the walls or wallpapering are some of the most common DIY projects that can cost little but have a big effect.

Carpentry

From replacing internal doors & flooring to fitted wardrobes or kitchens & new shelving for storage. Small to big budget options.

Windows & Doors

Replacement Windows & Doors can not only make your home look better, they improve energy saving & security

Conservatories

A very popular solution for those who want to create more living space without building an extension.

Articles & Information

Foundations


One aspect of modern conservatory construction becoming popular are ‘ready-made bases [...] read more

Cheap Patio Doors


It is relatively simple to find a few websites that offer high-quality and cheap composite doors and in most cases, you should take the time to check out at this comparison website first which is all about Local Bi Fold Quotes & Patio doors prices guide .
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UPVC Windows


search for a suitably qualified contractor to fit them for you.
The easy way is to follow this link and use the facilities on the website to get it done quickly and simply use the price guide and quote request form.

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Large Orangery


  1. a conservatory is usually around 70% glass with an angled roof
  2. a conservatory is usually 50% or less glass with a flat roof and a raised glass lantern,
There are a number of other thing that will differential them and you can read about it on this website: http://www.orangerycost.co.uk/how-much-does-a-large-conservatory-cost/
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Your Sliding Conservatory Doors


One of the most popular and effective way of cleaning them, since way back in Victorian times, is to use old newspapers.

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