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Danny, Tanni and Carl, the tri-force! It’s Tuesday the third of August, the sun is shining and smell of diesel is perforating the air as the ready mix lorry pulls up at Shelwood Road. Today is the day that the foundations are being poured and it’s an exciting time for everyone involved.
Home. It’s the place where you spend the most time, where you share your most intimate moments, where you cook up a storm, where you care for your loved ones and where you welcome your friends.
Yet so many people spend little thought or no time on personalising their homes, instead falling for the tried and trusted time and again.
With house prices continuing to rise after the recent election, more people are opting to stay put and refurbish and renovate to meet their needs, rather than move home.
With the right advice, some imagination and careful planning, it really is amazing what you can do with existing spaces.
So what is Venetian Plaster? Also known as “Polished Plaster it’s a wall and ceiling finish of plaster mixed with marble dust which is burnished to create a smooth surface with the illusion of depth and texture. It can make any room look luxurious and classy and works well in both commercial and domestic properties.
Spring is the most popular time for home improvements so we are offering £550 towards your bathroom fittings with any loft conversion or £850 towards your kitchen appliances with any extension we take on. Major refurbishment projects may also be considered.
With spring approaching fast, the warmer climate may start you thinking about changing interiors and redecorating. This season there is a move toward the cooler and softer side of the colour spectrum. An eclectic, ethereal mix of understated brights, pale pastels and neutrals are popular this year.
1.Often overlooked by the more exciting element of building and renovating, the design of your electrical plan is actually one of the key steps in ensuring your new home will be as comfortable and efficient as possible.
Permission is always required for any building work or alterations to be done on your property, but it’s not always clear how Planning and Building Regulations approval processes differ. There are also responsibilities under the construction health and safety regulations to consider.