26th May 2015

How to Move a Fridge or Heavy White Goods by Yourself

Dirt? What dirt? If you’re guilty of simply brushing dust underneath your fridge and forgetting about it, it’s time to get out the dust pan! The good news is that it’s actually really easy to move large appliances and give a thorough clean underneath – even if you live by yourself. Here’s some handy tips to ensure you stay safe […]
26th May 2015

How To Dry Out a Flooded Garage

With a heavy duty, durable concrete base, you may think your garage is completely waterproof. That is, until you step foot onto a soggy, spongy floor! Concrete has a very porous nature, which means it quickly and easily absorbs water. If a pipe bursts, or if you’ve experienced heavy rainfall, that concrete is going to gulp down water like there’s […]
26th May 2015

How To Dig A Hole

Whether you need to dig a small hole for planting seeds, or larger, deeper holes for installing decorative items such as fence posts or a pond, digging a hole is skill many of us need to have at some point in our lives. The question is – just how do you dig a hole? Gardening Tools & Equipment Before getting […]
26th May 2015

How to Catalogue Your House for Insurance

If you had to make a list of all your household belongings without looking at them, could you do it? Probably not, which is why it’s so important for homeowners and tenants to create a contents inventory to protect themselves against accidental damages, loss, and theft. Having access to an accurate, up-to-date household contents inventory makes it easier to make […]
13th May 2015

How To Fix A Leaking Tap

A leaky tap can be an inconvenience, but can also rapidly increase your water bill and cost you a minimum of £40 if you choose to use a plumber. On the other hand, with little or even no previous experience and a small amount of determination, you can fix this problem yourself in no time at all. The following steps […]