The spring is coming and it’s time you took care of your lawn to get some lush green grass growing all over. Let’s start it! Rake Deeply This is the first thing you need to do when you’re planning to prepare your lawn for this spring. You need to do it not only to remove leaves or other light scattered things but also to remove thatches. Thatch is a loose, organic layer of shoots, stems, and roots. It is an overlooked and stealthy layer in your lawn that develops between the green gr..
Even though offering more money helps to put a smile on the faces of your employees, this isn’t the only method an employer can use to keep the personnel happy and cheerful. Offering better benefits, learning to say “thank you,” being transparent, and boosting their work-life balance are all ways you can use to assist in boosting employee morale. Below is a look at some of the techniques you can use to keep the team happy without having to provide them with a raise. 1. Prioritise W..
Water leaks in your plumbing can seem like a small concern, but they could quickly turn into a bigger problem. Small leaks can contribute to slow, consistent water damage over time, weakening your home’s structure and adding to your water costs. Plumbing leaks commonly occur in and around fixtures and appliances, such as sinks, showers and washing machines, and can lead to blockages in your homes plumbing. Serious leaks due to burst pipes can be especially costly and may be more difficult t..
There's not been a tougher time in the last decade for businesses across the globe than right now, and while many consumers are itching to get back to their buying habits and to re-stimulate the economy, there’s a long while yet before things get back to normal. If you're a small business owner and have seen a noticeable decline in your revenue, customer inquiries or anything else finance-related, then you may be creeping into panic mode. We know how hard it can be to see all of your ti..
So your tap is leaking, or your toilet won’t flush. Is it worth calling out a plumber for these plumbing problems or should you try and fix the issue yourself with the use of a YouTube tutorial? With the plethora of information now available online from every DIY job you can possibly imagine, it can be tempting to try and fix it yourself and avoid paying an emergency plumber to do the job. There’s only one dilemma – often plumbing problems aren’t as easy to fix as you may think. Th..
One of the most exciting things about owning a property is seeing its value increase over time. Do house extensions add value to your home? Whether you are looking to up your property value before selling, or just wishing to improve your home, a house extension can be a worthy investment. As a matter of fact, The Guardian recently found that a house extension can add up to 20% to your overall property value. Alongside this, house extensions will improve your everyday home life. Whether..
So it's been a long day at work, the kids have been shouting at you, and you've even run out of coffee. Worst case scenario. But it's all about to get better - in a steaming hot shower or bath. Thank your lucky stars your hot water system is always there for you. But when you really need hot water the most is usually when it goes bang. It might even say farewell with a friendly little flood. So if you don't want to spend too many days easing your stress under a torrent of freezing cold wa..
Are you ready for downsizing your home, but not sure where to start? Is clutter driving you crazy? Would you think clearer and work more efficiently if only you could find the space? Here are some top tips that will show you how to downsize successfully - from getting organised, to finding a secure self storage unit, to getting in touch with a reliable moving company. 1. Plan your new home This is the fun, inspiring bit! Downsizing your home means you get to come up with a brand new interi..
Buying a home is a huge commitment, it doesn’t matter if it is the third or first time doing it. But of course, the whole process does get easier the more you do it so first-time buyers tend to have a little more stressful time buying a home. Most people buy their first home in their 30s, at a time when they look to settle down. You can’t just settle for the first house you like, there are a lot of things you need to consider. This guide will help first-time buyers ease into the proce..