There are various ways that we can help keep rooms and conservatories cool during those hot periods in the summer, although they few and far in between in the UK. Here are some quick fire ways to achieve this:
We had a great question via our Ask Apple service about the maintenance of door and window locks. Modern doors and windows are relatively low maintenance but with a little care now and again you can have a big impact on the longevity of your windows and doors, extending their life and usability way beyond the guarantee.
Do you need planning permission for a conservatory? The regulations regarding planning permission, effective from 1st October 2008, deems that a single story conservatory is considered to be permitted development, so in most cases, planning permission is not required for your conservatory.
Water authorities across the country have, or are in the process of, introducing regulations regarding domestic buildings being constructed on, over, or near drainage systems. The regulations stipulate that the build should be no closer than 3 metres from any public sewer unless agreed by the water authority.
We recently posted a Facebook Ad featuring a short clip showcasing the brilliant journey of SupaLawn, our very own artificial grass product range -- and some users expressed concerns about its impact on nature and garden wildlife. Similarly, industry experts have also previously expressed their increasing concerns about the impact of artificial grass on wildlife and habitat. This has been heightened by the increasing popularity of artificial grass in the last few years, as home owners turn to a cleaner, low maintenance alternative to natural grass.