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15

Dec

Some useful information from our friends at Pinpoint. - Will it be Toys or Tears this Xmas

Posted on 15th December 2016  |   Add a comment

Some useful information from our friends at Pinpoint. - Will it be Toys or Tears this Xmas

Have you festooned every available surface of your home inside and out with lights and decorations?  Or have you not bothered this year because you’re on the Christmas Party Express and you’re only home to sleep so what’s the point?  Like most of us you’re probably somewhere in between.  Like it, love it or loathe it, most of us will...

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7

Sep

Top 10 Energy-Efficiency Tips to Increase the Value of Your Home

Posted on 7th September 2016  |   Add a comment

Top 10 Energy-Efficiency Tips to Increase the Value of Your Home

Whether or not you are preparing your home for sale, or property for rent, it makes sense to explore ways to increase the value of your property. 1. Lighting Changing your bulbs to energy-efficient lightbulbs can increase your property EPC (Energy Performance Certificate) rating by at least 1. Using energy-efficient lightbulbs instead of traditional filament bulbs will last much longer and will...

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15

Aug

Do UK Homeowners Know More About Their Homes or The Kardashian Family?

Posted on 15th August 2016  |   Add a comment

Do UK Homeowners Know More About Their Homes or The Kardashian Family?

When buying a house, as the new owner, there lies some responsibility with you of remembering the key information about your new home. This information can include the age of the property, any repairs or restoration the house has been subjected to and the price you paid to purchase it. However, the longer people tend to stay in the one place, these...

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30

Jun

Safe as Houses? Protecting Children and the Public from Your Vacant Property

Posted on 30th June 2016  |   Add a comment

Safe as Houses? Protecting Children and the Public from Your Vacant Property

We’re living in a modern age where no-one can afford to be passive about prevention. Hoping that all will be well is not enough and whilst parents have a parental responsibility for their children’s well-being and behaviour, property owners also have a social responsibility to keep their communities safe – which includes ensuring that vacant properties do not pose a...

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