Signs That Your Chimney Needs Repairing

Even though it might sound a bit old-fashioned, there are still many homes in the UK that feature a chimney. Whether they’re still used or simply a decorative feature, it’s important that they are well maintained in order to prevent damage to your property as a whole. In this blog, we explore the signs that…

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Unique Roofs From Around the World

The roofs of our homes keep us sheltered, warm and protected from the outside world and elements. Arguably, they are one of the most important features of our homes, businesses and public buildings, but some go the extra mile to transform their building into something extraordinary, starting with the roof. In this blog, we explore…

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The Benefits of Adding a Skylight in Your Home

Skylights have been used in architecture for thousands of years and date back to the time of the Romans. Found in the Pantheon itself, open skylights feature heavily across Roman architecture and then evolved into closed skylights during the Industrial Revolution. But, if you’re looking for a home feature that boosts your natural light whilst…

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Four Signs Your Roof Needs Work

Cracks When your roof gets exposed to rainfall it is doing its job by protecting you and the integrity of the building. However, severe rainfall can sometimes cause cracks which need to be dealt with. You should also look out for blisters, which are trapped pockets of air or moisture that can develop and cause…

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Why Should You Clean Your Roof?

For most people, their roof is the last thing on their minds when doing home maintenance. Cleaning the gutters, repainting, hanging shutters, etc. all make the list, but very few people consider cleaning the roof. While roof cleaning isn’t something you need to do that often, it’s still a very necessary part of keeping up…

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Know When to Replace Your Gutters

As long as their gutters are working, most people give them little thought. Cleaning them out after a storm or before winter sets in is a good idea, but even then, how closely do you really look at your gutters? Do you just scoop out the leaves and debris and move on? That could be…

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