A hurricane-proof home: What are the best construction practices?

Aug 17 2021

The weather changes all over the world made me reflect on potential risks to my UK property. When hurricane season rolls around, coastal homeowners begin to prepare for the worst and hope for the best. In the past few years, hurricanes have been devastating to the United States, with Hurricane Micheal sweeping through the Florida Panhandle in 2018 and causing record damage. Individuals who plan to build a home in a hurricane-prone area need to learn about the best construction practices for making their home as hurricane-proof as possible.

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MOT: What to really expect?

Mar 18 2021
MOT, car, MOT certificate, mechanic
A modern mum has to face multitude of challenges on a daily basis. The current lockdown situation has made it even more difficult because things have changed their normal course. In the midst of it all, we adopt a lethal habit of almost taking our car for granted. Maintenance requires time and that is always a task of its own. Then, there are terms like ‘MOT testing’ that exist just to haunt us – or at least it haunts me. In this article, the real picture of MOT certification will be drawn so you are clear on what to expect. Is it really something crucial to put our time, energy and money on?

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Is a basement conversion the right choice for your home?

Dec 10 2020

Keeping the kids entertained at home during lockdown is no easy feat. But, after spending months at home, you may have found that your living space was the biggest challenge that you faced during this time. Life in lockdown has highlighted many issues that people face in their home. Maybe you desperately need a home office space so that you can Zoom without being interrupted by the kids. Or, perhaps you need a playroom because toys are taking over your home. Whatever your reasons, adding some extra space to your family home is an excellent idea. 

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