While the thought of doing DIY in the run up to Christmas might be crazy for some people, for others it’s a top priority.
There is a lot in the press at the moment about how first-time buyers are struggling to get on the property ladder, but for those who’ve already bought a home moving on is a bigger concern – and something many think is more difficult than buying a property in the first instance.
The importance of getting a rest when driving has been highlighted in a new campaign, after it was revealed that 53 deaths were caused by drowsy drivers in 2017.
With more people than ever deciding to improve their existing properties rather than move somewhere new, there’s a boom in home improvement works.
Homeowners might be tempted to get their hands dirty and tackle property maintenance themselves, but if they are planning to sell their residence in the next few months or years, it could be worth hiring a professional for home repair jobs instead.
If you’ve had to use surface repair products on your car to remove a scratch, the real question is was it you who did the damage or someone else? We all have perceptions about the sort of drivers who are more likely to be reckless in their vehicles and get into accidents and scrapes, however, new data from Go Compare might deliver a few surprises.
We all know that a kitchen renovation is an expensive and disruptive project to take on, but if you’re on a tight budget don’t discount the possibility of sprucing up this part of your home.
Are you the kind of person who’s happy to grab some tools and get stuck into a DIY job? Or are you more likely to search for a professional who knows what they’re doing rather than tackling the task yourself?