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6 Basic Things Homeowners Need To Know

Having done renovation projects for other people, I noticed that there are still some basic things homeowners should know, but don’t. Hence, when things go wrong in the house, they end up panicking over an ‘emergency’ that is actually easy to fix. Here are five things I believe every home owner should know: The Location

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Smart Ways To Decorate Small Spaces

My brother recently moved to a condominium in the city and I’ve been helping him figure out ways on how to make his room feel less like a rectangular box. Luckily, with just a dash of creativity and common sense, you can beat the limitations of living in a small space. So to everyone who’s

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Unused Garage = Extra Space For Your House!

Almost every homeowner I know wishes that they could have extra space on their house. Some believe that the solution is to buy a bigger house, but I always convince them that it’s not always the answer. Creating extra space for your house is very easy, especially if you have an unused garage. By just

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Luxury Bathrooms On A Budget

Some people treat their bath as a personal spa where they can let loose and relax after a very tiring day. The only problem is that renovation costs for a luxurious bath could reach up to £12,000, that’s why not a lot of people get to achieve the bathroom of their dreams. If you want

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DIY Money Saving Tips

Most people I know do DIY projects around the house because they don’t want to pay people for work that they could do on their own. But no matter how golden their intentions are, most of the time these DIY heroes end up spending more than they want. If you’re always frustrated about renovation costs,

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A Guide On How To Measure Building Materials Correctly

One of the tricks to save on renovation costs is to make sure that you order the correct materials at the correct amount. That is why I’m giving you some simple tips on how to compute for the right amout of materials in this latest blog. Concrete for Foundations Based on my experience with self-build

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New Changes In UK’s Health And Safety Laws You Need To Know

Starting 6 April 2015, homeowners performing their own property renovations and home builds are now covered by revised CDM regulations that focus on regulations intended for health and safety on renovation sites. For the most part, the new rules on Health and Safety Management won’t get in the way of self builders and renovators. But

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Can Renovators Benefit From Seller Finance?

PROS of Seller Finance Many builders and renovators I know are self-employed. However, it’s not a secret that self-employed people have a more difficult time qualifying for home loans because they don’t have a “stable” income stream. I’m writing this, because banks have a more rigid description of what a stable income stream is, and,

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How To Renovate A Rundown Property

Before you buy • Find a house One of the ways to find a property for your plan and budget is by contacting real estate agents. Going this route, however, could take a few months, depending on the number of clients that estate agents have. You can also try asking family members or friends if

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A Crash Course On Barn Conversion

Now that home values in cities around the UK have increased significantly, people are now looking at properties in the countryside. For people who really want to revel in the countryside charm and are adventurous enough to incorporate the theme into their homes, one piece of advice I can give is to renovate an existing

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