As the cold months roll in, keeping your house warm in winter becomes a priority. However, blasting the heat isn’t the only (or most energy-efficient) way to fend off the chill. Here are eight handy tips to ensure a warm and cosy home environment, without adding to your heating bills.
Winter brings the dual challenge of staying warm and managing energy costs. Adjusting your thermostat to the optimal temperature can keep your home warm and comfortable without breaking the bank. In this post, we’ll explore the best temperature to set your thermostat in winter, to save money during those chilly months.
It’s a common scenario that many homeowners face – the heating is on, but the house is still cold, and you’re bundled up in blankets. Before you turn up the temperature, it might be worth investigating some common culprits. Here are five possible reasons your house isn’t as toasty as it should be, even with the heating on.
As the days become shorter and the air gets chillier, the age-old subject of when to turn heating on becomes a topic of discussion in most homes. With energy bills at an all-time high, many people can be hesitant to take the thermostat out of hibernation. So, how do you know when to turn your heating on?
If your render is looking a little worse for wear, you might consider patching render to put things right. Before you dive in, it’s worth digging a little deeper to learn about how it works and the different options available. Read on as we do exactly that…
Cracks in pebbledash render are more than just an eyesore. Even a hairline crack in pebbledash can allow moisture to penetrate, which can worsen the problem and even lead to damp issues inside your property.
Could your property’s exterior do with a face-lift? Many homeowners choose to render their property as it’s an effective way to refurbish or update the exterior. If you’re thinking of selling your home, changing the render can give an appealing fresh look for prospective buyers. Or you might have an old property that is crying out for a modern update.