When It's Time to Get New Windows for Your Home

Posted on: 31 May 2016
When a window is broken then of course it's time to get it replaced, but it can be a mistake for homeowners to think that a broken pane is the only reason to call a glazier or glass specialist. There are times when the windows of your home need replacing, even though the window panes may be in one piece. Note that a glazier often does more than just replace glass panes but will usually install completely new windows altogether, so consider when it's time to give them a call.
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Three tips for keeping a bathroom in good condition

Posted on: 26 May 2016
The bathroom is one of the most-used areas of a home; because of this, it is more prone to wear and tear that can affect both its functionality and appearance. If you want keep it in tip-top condition, considering implementing a few of the following ideas. Check the sealant and tile grout regularly The sealant that lines your shower cubicle or bathtub plays a crucial role in preventing water from seeping into the floor and walls and causing serious leakages.
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Kitchen Improvement: Selecting the Perfect Glass Splashback

Posted on: 25 May 2016
The splashback is a valuable feature in the kitchen, so you should consider replacing your worn one or installing one in your bare kitchen. This element will protect your walls from splashes of oil, water and general spotting. Moreover, it will improve the visual appeal of your kitchen. There are different materials that are suited for splashback fabrication. However, you will get the most benefits by purchasing and using a glass splashback.
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How To Safely Remove An Old Glass Splashback

Posted on: 23 May 2016
A glass splashback fitted behind your cooker hob adds beauty as well as practicality to your room.  Although glass splashbacks are very durable and long-lasting, there are so many stunning new designs emerging, you might decide to replace your old one.  If you decide to fit your own replacement, you'll first need to remove the old one.  Here are some useful tips on how to do it. What you'll need
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