As we recently blogged about, April was National Home Improvement Month (NHIM), with the campaign encouraging people to make just one change to their property, be it the installation of bi-folding doors, a quick paint job in your favourite room or the introduction of smart tech in some parts of the house.
Many homebuyers trying to get on the property ladder will probably have put some money aside to pay for renovation costs when they do finally get a place of their own. However, it is not just new homeowners who are spending their cash on redecorating, as more and more Brits are enjoying updating their house year-on-year.
As we’re coming out of the winter, your attention may be turning to spruce up your home for the summer. Start home improvement project, allowing you to make the most of the good weather that’s (hopefully) on the way.
With climate change an ever-pressing issue around the world, no doubt there are many homeowners out there who are keen to ensure that their houses are as eco-friendly as possible… but it can be tricky to decide where to focus your efforts and which products to invest in.
As of 1 April 2019, new rules relating to the energy efficiency of rental properties are in force in England and Wales.
Bifold doors have been around for the last few years, but their popularity does not seem to be waning with many homeowners still swapping their traditional patio or French doors with this more modern alternative.
Every homeowner will want to update their property but unless you’re a professional interior decorator, it can be very tricky to decide just what you want to do and where.
When it comes to home improvements, there’s so much you can do to your property that it can often be challenging indeed to decide where best to focus your attention. But it perhaps makes sense to choose the jobs that will yield you the best return on investment while ensuring that the work enhances your way of life at the same time.
Waiting for your aluminium bifold doors to arrive is certainly exciting, since it means that your renovation job is nearly done and dusted… But before your FENSA installer comes over to fit them, you need to make sure that your home is ready as it is a big job and can take some time. You want to make it as easy as possible for the installers to get the work done as quickly and as efficiently as possible.
No doubt if you’ve been in touch with bifold door suppliers already to discuss the options for your home in this regard, you’ll have come across the concept of insulating glass, a real must for anyone who wants to have this kind of product installed at home.