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Carbon Monoxide Advice

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New workwear developed specifically for industry

MASCOT® LIGHT is the name of the new light workwear range from MASCOT. A range that offers both light weight and a low price. The range has been specially designed for work in Europe’s large industrial companies. It contains nine new two-tone products, including work trousers, work jackets and a softshell jacket in two different […]

Morrisons teams up with B&Q for new Store

A pioneering new outlet is destined for Staffordshire that will see a DIY store combine with a supermarket. B&Q and Morrisons will joine forces in a combined facility in Meir Park. If the venture is given planning permission  it will represent fresh competition for neighbouring supermarkets Tesco and Aldi. At the moment, the site is […]

TV DIY pioneer Harry Greene dies at age of 89

Harry Greene, one of UK TV’s first DIY presenters and the father of the former Blue Peter presenter Sarah Greene, has died at the age 89. Mr Greene collapsed just days after returning home from a holiday with his daughter and her husband, fellow presenter Mike Smith. In his early life Mr Greene toured as […]

How to Lay Laminate Flooring

Part 1 of 3 – Preparation If you’re not too well-acquainted with DIY, laying a new floor can seem like an impossible task. But don’t give up yet! This three-part guide will teach even total DIY novices how to lay laminate flooring by breaking the job up into small, manageable stages, and explaining them in […]

Stay Safe With DIY

The beauty of home do-it-yourself projects is that anyone can tackle them. However, that doesn’t mean that they’ll always be a piece of cake. In fact, there are some key safety aspects to consider, from how to avoid asbestosis claims to knowing when you really can’t do it all by yourself. Keep reading for the […]

Guide to Roof Damage and Repairs

British winters can be harsh and very windy. During stormy weather, roof tiles can become cracked and loose, and an regular problem is slates falling off. It’s important that boken slates are fixed quickly and leaving it will only result in a hefty repair bill in the future. A damaged roof will eventually lead to […]

How to rewire your home safely

Every year British households are wasting millions of pounds on DIY mishaps and it is an expense that in the current economic climate, quite frankly is hard to justify. As a result: 14% wished later on that they had called a professional to do the task that they themselves had failed. Interestingly, the differences of […]

Easy fixes for four common plumbing problems

It’s at this time of the year that you should really be asking yourself a few questions about your home. Do I have adequate boiler cover? Is my home energy efficient enough and can I tackle any simple plumbing problems that may arise? With summer coming to an end and the cooler months coming up […]

Hammer on the head: DIY health and safety training for your employees

Hearing about an accident at work is probably one of your worst nightmares as a business owner. It is common for the head of a company to worry about safety and health concerns because properly trained and efficient workers are the most valuable asset you can acquire. The success of your business depends on them, […]