At last count, there were just under 500,000 listed buildings in the UK. These properties and structures are deemed to be of special architectural or historical interest
A loft conversion is a popular home addition, and for good reason. By converting your otherwise unused loft, you can reap so many great rewards including increased living space
Finding the right tradesperson is half the job, whether you’re tackling a large scale home improvement project or a smaller task within your home or business premises.
Improve or move is a decision many homeowners have to make at some point or another. During these uncertain times however, selling up and moving onto a new property may not be possible for a plethora of reasons.
When it comes to renovating our properties, the home improvers of today have so many more factors to consider.
Whether it’s a big building job you’re looking to tackle over the summer or some smaller maintenance tasks you need assistance with, finding the right builder is the key.
Moving or improving is a decision many homeowners have to make when they’ve outgrown their current space.
A conservatory is a great, convenient and cost effective way of extending your living space. Thanks to their vast glazing, conservatories provide an ideal route to bringing the outdoors in, ensuring a sheltered spot where you can enjoy life indoors and take in the very best views of your garden.
It’s no secret that while every industry has its part to play in lowering carbon footprints, the building sector and construction industries have one of the biggest impacts on our environment.
Converting your loft into a usable room is a brilliant way to add space to your house without going down the route of an expensive extension.