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Could A Conservatory Add Value To Your Home?

We’re over a month into the new year and it’s understandable that as we start to see the first signs of spring many of us are coming out of our winter lethargy and looking for ways in which to improve our moods and our homes. That means now could be the ideal time to start […]

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Energy Price Cap Could See 11m Households’ Bills Soar

The government has introduced a price cap on energy bills in an attempt to prevent suppliers overcharging households in the UK. However, some experts believe the first review of the cap could actually result in a rise in bills for 11 million people. Last year, Ofgem revealed the price cap is intended to force providers […]

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6 Orangeries To Visit For A Spot Of Inspiration

Homeowners considering having orangeries installed at their Merseyside property might want to think about going on a little tour of the UK to visit similar conservatories and extensions to see if there are any ideas they can pinch for their own designs back at home. Here are just a few of our favourite orangeries and […]

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Equity Release ‘Helping Pay For Conservatories’

Finding the money to pay for home improvement projects can be a challenge at any time of your life, but once you’ve retired and have stopped receiving a regular income from work it might seem even more difficult to find the cash for larger scale projects. One option that is open to over-55s is equity […]

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FMB: Allow 7 Months To Plan For Home Improvements

Thinking of adding an orangery to your Stockport home? Make sure you give yourself enough time to get the project completed, if that’s the case… and new research suggests that seven months is the amount of time required in order to see a successful renovation project through to fruition. The Federation of Master Builders (FMB) […]

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How Many DIY Projects Are You Tackling?

With the new year here, it’s understandable that many of us will be taking stock and trying to decide what (if anything) we want to change about our properties in 2019. For some, it could be time for a big renovation, like fitting conservatories in Manchester, but for others it might be about getting some […]

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Conservatories: A Top Way To Add Space To Your Home

If you feel as though you never quite have enough space in your home, you might want to look into your options when it comes to home improvement projects for the new year. Although your first thoughts might be about a loft conversion or an extension, one newspaper recently suggested that homeowners should also consider […]

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Second Steppers Struggling To Move Up The Ladder

The majority of those who already own their own home say they’re finding it harder to actually move up the property ladder than to take that first initial step onto it, with new research revealing this to be true for 60 per cent of so-called Second Steppers. The Lloyds Bank study showed that over one […]

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What To Tell Your Trader When Doing Home Improvements

Whatever kind of renovation project you have in mind, whether it’s new orangeries at your Tameside home or simply an upgrade of your double glazing, do make sure that you take the time to sit down and have a proper chat with the professional tradesmen you’ve hired to get the job done. A new Which? […]

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