Five Simple Instructions For Fixing A Hole In Your Screen Door

26 November 2014
 Categories: Home & Garden, Blog

If you have a hole in your screen door, fixing it may be easier than you think. Even if you are a home improvement novice, you can attempt to fix your own screen. Here are five tips to help you: 1. Gluing the Edges of a Very Small Hole If there is a very small hole in your screen, simply grab the pieces of screen along the edges of the hole and push them together. Read More 

Caring For Marble Surfaces In Contemporary Kitchens

19 November 2014
 Categories: Home & Garden, Blog

Marble countertops are beautiful as well as durable, making them a staple in contemporary kitchens. However, to ensure that marble remains shiny and in good condition, you need to clean and maintain it. The first thing to note is that marble should not be cleaned the same way that granite is. Marble tends to be much softer, can stain easily and is susceptible to chemical etching. So what are some of the tips on cleaning and caring for marble countertops in contemporary kitchens? Read More 

The Low-Down On Wool Carpet: Pros And Cons

11 November 2014
 Categories: , Blog

There are many kinds of fibres available for carpets today, ranging from all natural to all synthetic and everything in between. Wool is one of the oldest types of carpet, and has the advantage of coming from an easily renewable source. So why should you choose wool for your carpet? Why not? Below is a list of advantages and disadvantages so that you can make an informed decision when considering wool carpet for your home or business. Read More 

3 Important Accessories To Utilise When Remodeling Your Bathroom

6 November 2014
 Categories: Home & Garden, Blog

The bathroom is an important area of your home, as it is used every single day. You can enhance the look and function of your bathroom thanks to these things. Frameless Shower Screen In terms of the shower, one of the best ways to enhance it is to install a frameless shower screen. These screens feature tempered glass, which is extremely strong and will resist cracking or breaking over the years. Read More