Professional painting supplies are going to come in handy if you are expecting a baby soon, particularly if you are looking for second hand furniture.
How much do you know about the inner workings of your car, and are you confident enough in your knowledge to carry out basic maintenance tasks yourself?
The number of householders doing their own home improvement rather than moving house is up five-fold, according to new reports.
The average cost of motor insurance claims has hit a record high, peaking at £2,936, with the total amount paid on all claims reaching £8.1 billion – practically unchanged from 2016.
If you’re planning to sell your home DIY may be the last thing on your mind, however, carrying out some simple repairs and touch ups could impact not only how quickly you’re able to sell your property, but also how much you’re offered for it.
DIY was one of the only sectors that experienced a growth in sales last year, according to a recent report from the Confederation of British Industry (CBI).
Whether you’ve recently purchased your first home or have simply avoided doing DIY thus-far in your life but want to get stuck in, there are some things you’ll need before you begin any project – tools.
While carrying out home improvements can be a great way to revamp your living space and make better use of certain rooms in your home, it can also be an expensive business.