Monthly Archive: March 2018

Five Types of uPVC Windows

When it comes to home improvements, one of the key areas to focus on is the windows. Whilst good-quality double-glazed windows generally have a generous lifespan, there will invariably come a time when they need replacing. At this point, many homeowners opt for uPVC windows – the most popular choice for window replacements in the UK.

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According to G2S, some of the key benefits of uPVC windows include their low-maintenance nature, their security value and their durability. They are also extremely cost-effective – a trait that has landed them with an unfair and inaccurate reputation of being a cheap and flimsy choice. However, modern uPVC has banished this bad press, and now more people than ever are opting for them. But what are the different types of uPVC windows, and which style is best for you?

Casement

A casement window is generally installed with just one or …

3 Commercial Carpet Cleaning Myths


Installing new carpets can make a huge impact to your home’s aesthetics. You might heard about the common carpet cleaning myths and want to settle the rumors permanently. After all, you must make sure that your new investment is protected and maintained properly so it would last for an extended amount of time. To keep your carpet stays functional and last long, we have listed three common carpet cleaning myths.

MYTH 1.  “The lowest price is your best deal.”

A lot of commercial carpet cleaners out there are offering cheap prices, but would these companies provide top-notch services for a minimal amount? Once they arrived in your home, some carpet cleaners will tack on extra expenses that you think were already included. So make sure to hire trustworthy and upfront carpet cleaning providers.

MYTH 2: “If I vacuum my carpet regularly, I do not need to have it cleaned by

Which flooring type works well for kids

When you have children, it very quickly dawns on you that your beautiful home may not stay that way for long and that your interior design decisions may have to be more functional than fashionable from now on. Floors in particular can come in for some punishing treatment, from toddlers throwing food to armies of children with muddy feet, and a whole lot more besides. In this article we take a look at how well various types of flooring stand up to this onslaught.

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Carpet

A carpeted floor provides a soft, warm, non-slip surface that is lovely to play on and gives good sound insulation, but it will have to be very hardwearing and preferably dark in colour to stand up to paint spills, juice stains, muddy feet and so on. Expect to have to deep clean once every year or two.

Solid wood flooring

Easy to clean, …