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  • Guide to splitting, storing and stacking wood for winter

    Heating with wood has been making a comeback in recent years. Wood heating can be used for main heating of a home or as a backup source during power outages. When wood is harvested correctly and dried and stored properly, it can save you money over conventional heating costs.

    Outdoors
    / 19th March 2019
  • You Can Achieve Beauty & Function In the Garden

    Often when we conjure up images of a functional garden in our minds, we think of vegetable plots like the ones in the 70’s sitcom The Good Life. You know all function, but that won’t win any prizes for aesthetics. Of course, the problem, for many gardeners, with the sort of outside space is that it doesn’t look attractive, in fact, it is all business. That needn’t be the case though, in fact, you can have a garden that looks great and is functional as well.

    Outdoors
    / 12th March 2019
  • Simple Ways To Boost Your Home’s Curb Appeal

    Want your home to look good from the outside? Working on your home’s ‘curb appeal’ could help to boost the value of your home and make your home more welcoming to guests. Whilst you can take on large remodelling projects such as replacing your roof or relaying your driveway, there are simpler ways to make an impact.

    Outdoors
    / 15th February 2019
  • Make Your Garden as Amazing as Possible

    You’d be surprised by how many people overlook getting their garden right and focus on other areas of the property. This is something you need to make sure you change, and it is important to make sure you take steps to make your garden look as amazing as possible.

    Outdoors
    / 7th February 2019
  • 8 Steps To Starting Your Own Garden

    Starting up a garden may seem tedious and cumbersome. But with the right knowledge, it can be easier than you think and of great fun too.

    Follow these eight steps and you will be having your dream garden…

    Outdoors
    / 9th October 2018