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Autumn Gardening Tips And Tricks

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“Autumn Gardening Tips And Tricks” is a collaborative post. Now that the summer is over and autumn is ringing in, it’s time for a change in our gardens. It’s time to get ready for the winter season and the harsh weather conditions we are about to face. The tide truly changes when autumn rolls around in the garden and it’s important for us to take care and ensure that the garden survives through winter. So that it can thrive again…

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Patio And Decking Ideas For Your Home And Garden

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“Patio And Decking Ideas For Your Home And Garden” is a collaborative post. Patio and decking arrangements can really give your home some more character. With their addition, your house will have added value and improved functionality. After all, the best adjustments you can make to your home are always the ones that are both decorative and practical – and decking and patios more than fill that quota! Patio And Decking Ideas For Your Garden And Home Decking – Tall…

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Why You Should Take Out Home Emergency Cover

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This is a collaborative post. Your home should be the one place on earth where you feel the most comfortable and relaxed. Being proud of your home and keeping it well maintained is a must for many homeowners. However, from time to time, there can be problems that arise, such as burst pipes or roof damage, which can have a devastating impact on your property. Being protected in situations like these can make all the difference and give you peace…

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5 Ways To Make Your Home More Accessible

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“5 Ways To Make Your Home More Accessible” is a collaborative post. There’s not one homeowner who doesn’t want to feel more at ease and comfortable within their own property. However, if you’re one of the 11 million disabled people in the UK, or one of the 2% of the UK working population who have become disabled this year, it can take more than a new home aesthetic, or simple property swap to feel comfortable in your surroundings. If your…

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5 Home Improvement Tasks To Do This Summer

“5 Home Improvement Tasks To Do This Summer” is a collaborative post. Summer could be the perfect time to invest in some home improvements. Here are just five projects that are worth considering taking up before August is over. 5 Home Improvement Tasks To Do This Summer Upgrade Your Heating Your home’s heating might be the last thing that’s on your mind in the summer, but these warmer months could be the perfect time to consider an upgrade to your…

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Hiring A Reliable Handyman

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“Hiring A Reliable Handyman” is a collaborative post. You have small jobs that need doing around your home. Maybe you don’t have the time or the expertise to tackle them yourself. And yet you don’t want to pay plumbers’ emergency call-out rates just for a dripping tap, or a major roofing company to replace a single broken tile. All too often, though, that handyman you found in the local paper never turns up. Worse still, he turns up, messes the…

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How To Design A Living Room You Want To Spend Time In

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“How to design a living room you want to spend time in” is a collaborative post. It’s an age-old problem for families everywhere: you spend so much time fighting with your home that you never quite get to enjoy being there. If you aren’t tripping up over toys and accidentally stepping on stray Lego, you are probably chasing dishes around the kitchen and shouting at everyone to tidy up after themselves. The good news is that you can break this…

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How A Messy House Can Affect Your Mental Wellbeing

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This is a collaborative post. You may well remember the episode of Friends where Chandler discovers that his clean-freak wife Monica is secretly messy, hiding all her untidiness behind a secret locked closet door. Having a clean house was, in fact, the key to Monica’s happiness and mental wellbeing. Fast forward to a more modern media example in Queer Eye, and you’ll often see an unkempt, poorly maintained house attached to a subject struggling with some level of anxiety, depression…

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