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How does double glazing work

Posted on: June 30, 2020

Any good Double Glazing Hereford company will tell you how important it is to have at least double glazing in the windows of your home. They help to prevent some of the heat that you generate in your home during the winter months from escaping and causing your home to decrease in heat and your energy bills to be high, and they also act as a sound barrier to the noises that occur outside. Here…

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How Can you Cut Carbon Emissions?

Posted on: June 17, 2020

In recent years, climate change has dominated the news headlines. Evidence that the world is about to suffer disastrous consequences as well as the human impact of pollution on wildlife around the globe have become huge areas of concern, for governments and individuals. For the world to be able to recover it is clear that drastic action must be taken immediately, but as an individual what can you do to play your part in the…

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How large can my extension be without needing planning permission?

Posted on: June 15, 2020

It is worth noting that there are specific restrictions for all extensions and these include: The extension cannot reach higher than the top point of the existing roof of the property. This also means the eaves cannot be higher than existing eaves too. Where the extension reaches within 2 metres of the boundary of the property, the eaves must be no higher than 3 metres. Find out more about House Extensions Solihull at a site…

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When getting the Mosaics in was a sign of wealth.

Posted on: June 4, 2020

No self respecting Romano-Britain wealthy person would be without a mosaic in their home. There was a great trade for the artisan mosaicist and their visions. They would work in their studios meticulously applying the same pieces of stone and Marble Tiles  to a hessian sacking covered with a cement. We have discovered quite  a bit about the lives and workings of the mosaicist and how they provided the flooring for the many villas and…

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Tips for Keeping Glass Windows Clean

Posted on: May 29, 2020

Tips for keeping glass windows clean are available for both commercial and residential properties. Keeping windows clean ensures that they will not become contaminated by dust, dirt and debris. Cleaning windows involves both the window and the frame. Taking into consideration the amount of traffic the windows experience, it is best to keep them clean on a regular basis to ensure proper air flow. Image credit Window cleaning includes wiping them with a lint free…

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How Does a Care Home Compare to Assisted Living?

Posted on: May 26, 2020

The question is usually asked in an attempt to find out which is better. While it is easy to look at a facility and get a quick opinion on it, this is not the right way to judge one against another. It is important to look at the type of services that each provides, the quality of their staff, how accessible they are, what their environment is like, how clean the rooms are, the amenities…

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How to read your Gas meter

Posted on: May 11, 2020

Your gas meter is an important part of the home as it allows you to get an idea as to how to deal with the amount that you use. It also means that the supplier that you have can give you an accurate reading and therefore an accurate bill. How do you read this meter correctly so as not to make mistakes or end up with an estimated bill? Image credit First off all its…

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How do tapping machines work?

Posted on: May 11, 2020

Tapping Machines are used in many different industries but especially in the manufacture and shaping of metal. UK Tapping Machines work by allowing screws and nails to be inserted into two adjoining pieces of metal with strong force creating a better bonding of the two pieces. Image Credit The difference between tapping in screws and bolts compared to drilling a hole and then inserting the screw is that a thread is created in the hole…

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Making the right choices for your office flooring

Posted on: May 7, 2020

When it comes to choosing the right flooring for your office you can be faced with a number of different choices from carpet and vinyl through to hard wood. The choice that you make will depend very much on the work that you conduct and the number of people that you have working for you and visiting on a daily basis. Here is a breakdown of the options. Image Credit Carpet – carpet adds a…

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Having a move around in your garage

Posted on: May 6, 2020

Garages are often spaces that we neglect to use as dumping grounds for all of our belongings that we don’t know what to do with or to store garden furniture and equipment ready for the next time we want to use them. Many people are looking at ways in which they can regain this space either to use for alternative purposes or simply to bring some order to the chaos. Image Credit There are ways…

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Top tips for branding your business

Posted on: May 6, 2020

When it comes to branding for your business it is important that you take your time and really think about the way in which you want your marketing and branding to reflect your business. A Brand Strategy Agency can help you with this if you are unsure of where to start. Image Credit Here are some top tips for branding your business. Individuality – we have all had those generic happy birthday emails that contain…

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How we got the triple lock pension.

Posted on: May 4, 2020

You may have heard of, or even be benefiting from the Triple lock pension. What exactly is this now standard part of British political policy? Is it likely to remain given current circumstances and what can we do if it needs changing? The Triple lock is a promise by the Government to increase the level of the state pension by one of three indicators. The highest one is used out of either the Consumer price…

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Is it a hoist or a winch for this job?

Posted on: May 2, 2020

If you need something lifted and pulled then you need a hoist or winch. You can combine the two to make a powerful tool. To the untrained eye they look pretty much the same but there are some subtle differences that will enable you to tell them apart should you ever need to. A hoist lifts and winch pulls. So hoist winch or one that does both, which is it to be? Image credit If…

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Making ready for a disaster.

Posted on: April 28, 2020

Running a small to medium business is hard enough at the best of times. What then do you do if there is some kind of natural or human disaster? It can have a terrible impact on a business of any size be it, say an earthquake to a general power loss to your building. In that incidence you could get a Generator Rental firm to help you but what other steps can you take to…

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Penny Mallory, one of Britain’s top female mindset experts and inspirational speakers.

Posted on: April 27, 2020

Considered to be one of the top, British, female motivational speakers for inspiring and transforming lives, Penny Mallory, Motivation speaker UK can call upon her years of experience to justify and qualify herself in this demanding role.  As an elite part of the female Motorsport industry, a successful Rally Driver and a Performance Coach in various sectors Penny can easily call on her past to enthusiastically and wholeheartedly speak passionately about the future., Image credit…

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How to choose your letting agent

Posted on: April 24, 2020

So you are thinking about renting out your property or perhaps you have a portfolio of properties that need managing, how do you go about choosing the right letting agent for you. Here are our top tips: Image Credit Location – one of the ways to ensure that you get a quick response when it comes to having issue at your property dealt with as well as viewings with tenants and having inventories completed quickly…

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Coronavirus and the lockdown in England

Posted on: April 22, 2020

The Coronavirus or Covid 19 as this terrible pandemic has become known, as it invades the Countries, Cities and towns of our World has been amongst us since the beginning of the year. Already more than 2.5 million human beings have been infected by this deadly strain of virus and 178.000 deaths have been recorded!  Usually only causing disease in animals this particular viral strain made the jump to people and the worst possible outcome…

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The proud Irish sport of Horse Racing

Posted on: April 22, 2020

The Country of Ireland and its proud people have long since been linked with the traditional and exciting sport of horse racing. With internationally renown trainers, jockeys and horses the Irish are always among the favourites when it comes to winners. There are many Irish racing festivals held throughout the calendar year including; The Irish Derby, the Irish 2,000 Guineas and the Irish Champion Stakes. Image credit With their smart tweed jackets, plaid trousers and…

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