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  1. How to Clean Wrought Iron Gates

    How to Clean Wrought Iron Gates
    Wrought iron gates can be costly, but considering the fact that they last a lifetime, they are often seen as one of the best investments to make if searching for a durable gate. Maintaining the appearance of your gates and fencing is important from an aesthetic point of view, but also ensures the paintwork and material of the gate are...
  2. What Reclaimed Garden Items Should You Decorate With?

    What Reclaimed Garden Items Should You Decorate With?
    For many of us, any excuse to decorate our garden while the sun is out is very welcome. You might, therefore, be looking for some inspiration for the reclaimed garden items that you can add to help accessorise, adding something new and interesting to your outdoor space. Continue reading →
  3. 6 Summer Building Projects for Your Garden

    6 Summer Building Projects for Your Garden
    In the garden is where we all want to be when the weather starts warming up, but not all of us are happy with our gardens so might be thinking about how we can make it more enjoyable. A great way to do this, while simultaneously spending time outside, is to embark upon a building project for your garden - this might be a new shed, a new seating area, or even a fire pit. Continue reading →
  4. How to Care for Metal Garden Furniture

    How to Care for Metal Garden Furniture
    The key to caring for metal garden furniture is to protect it, clean it, and store or cover it. You need to maintain the protective coating applied by the manufacturer, clean the furniture to prevent dirt build up causing damage by reacting with the metal, and store or cover your furniture to minimise its exposure to the elements. Here at...
  5. What You’ll Find at a Reclamation Yard

    What You’ll Find at a Reclamation Yard
    Reclamation yards are fantastic places to find interesting and inspirational items for your home, your garden, or even your place of work but they can be intimidating to some people. There is so much material, which means it can be tricky to know exactly what you’re getting yourself in for. Continue reading →
  6. Cawarden Brick Slip Cleaning

    Cawarden Brick Slip Cleaning
    Cleaning Brick Slips Cleaning brick slips in the right way is no secret and there’s no need to go and purchase expensive cleaning products. Due to the surface texture of brick slips, external weathering, obvious internal foot traffic and of course young sticky hands. Brick slip walls can get dirty over time. The good news is cleaning brick slips is easy and trouble-free. This method has been used for many years and dates to Victorian times. The old ways are generally the best ways and sometimes a lost art. Continue reading →
  7. How to Make the Most of Reclaimed Garden Items in Time for Summer

    How to Make the Most of Reclaimed Garden Items in Time for Summer
    With summer coming up, a lot of us will be thinking about getting our gardens ready to be spending more time in the sunshine. Winter is behind us at this point and spring is the perfect time to get all of your provisions in place, and we think that reclaimed garden items are fantastic for a whole host of uses to spruce up your outdoor space. Continue reading →
  8. What Are Brick Slips?

    What Are Brick Slips?
    Brick slips are thin sections of brick that can be applied retroactively to a surface to offer the appearance or practical benefits of exposed bricks. The two most common examples of this are with internal, feature walls or externally for extra insulation and a traditional appearance. Continue reading →
  9. What is the Difference Between Skirting Board and Architrave?

    What is the Difference Between Skirting Board and Architrave?
    In the construction industry, as with any industry, there are many examples of jargon that can confuse the layman. One of the most prevalent that we come across is the difference between skirting board and architrave. Continue reading →
  10. Environmental Benefits of Reclamation

    Environmental Benefits of Reclamation
    While the environmental benefits of reclaimed items might not be the first reason you decide to go down this route, salvage items are a great choice for their eco-friendliness alone. With modern furniture and construction relying so heavily on mass production, it can be refreshing to source your furniture and building materials more consciously. Continue reading →

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