Tackling a home improvement job like bringing an old bath back to life with the right surface repair products is a great one-time project, but there are some jobs DIY-ers could do with mastering because you may have to do them time and time again.
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.
When you start looking to move, it can be hard to find somewhere within your budget that’s of a good enough size to last you for a number of years. Depending on where in the country you are, affording a house instead of a flat can be nigh-on impossible.
When you move into a new home buying all the furniture you need can be expensive. Everything from sofas to coffee tables and beds to wardrobes can cost a lot if you want to buy high-quality new items.
When you think about refurbishing an old piece of furniture your first thought is probably whether you’re up to the task and then whether you have the energy to actually complete the work. If you take the plunge, you can end up with a wonderful piece of bespoke furniture that suits you, probably for a fraction of the price if you’d bought something brand new.
The terms and conditions in tenancy agreements can be lengthy, and in some cases restrictive, but it’s important for both tenants and landlords that these are in place so that you always know where you stand.