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.
At this time of the year many of us start to look for jobs to do around the home to get our houses and flats ready for the coming months. Now that Christmas is out of the way, DIY seems like a good idea again.
There has been a decline in the number of people taking out new car finance recently, which could mean more drivers are choosing to keep their old model instead of spending money on new ones.
We’ve already seen something of an 80s revival in clothing fashion, so it was only a matter of time before interior trends would start to head this way too.
When it comes to selling your property, potential buyers will notice every detail, so it’s important you put some money into fixing that broken light or purchasing a surface repair kit to bring that chipped bath enamel back up to scratch. If you’re still struggling to get a buyer for your home, the writers at Women Love Tech offer their tops tips to make sure your property sells as quickly as possible once on the market.