How to Build a Pizza Oven

How to Build a Pizza Oven

Nearly everyone likes a good pizza. They are easy to make and easy to customise and can be tailored to any particular taste no matter how fussy you are. As a result garden pizza ovens are becoming more popular. You can buy basic complete units for your garden for £800 (makes one pizza at a ...
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Reduce Your Home Insurance Premium

Reduce Your Home Insurance Premium

The way home insurance works is simple enough: the more likely the insurer thinks you are to make a claim, the higher the cost of the insurance. This is true whether you’re insuring your car, your dog or your house. This is also why reducing the chance that you’ll have to make a claim (in ...
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Bad Weather Gardening

Bad Weather Gardening

Snowed out of the garden? There are still things you can do. If the snow has left you barely able to open your back door or the howling wind has forced you inside don’t get frustrated. This time of year gifts gardeners with time to spend on planning. So what new features can you add to your garden...
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Cosy Lounges

Cosy Lounges

Bleuc! Who would want to go outdoors in such appalling weather? The wind is howling like a ravenous wolf, the snow is falling in flakes the size of your fist and the Met Office has been sending out warnings as though Godzilla and Mothra were duking it out on the city streets. This is the ...
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The Leasehold Advisory Service

The Leasehold Advisory Service

The Leasehold Advisory Service (or LEASE), is a Non Departmental Public Body (NDPB) funded by Government which provides free advice to anyone about the legal framework operating over leasehold property in England. The organisation provides advice by telephone ( 020 7832 2500), letter, email, or in perso...
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DIY Apps

DIY Apps

Not everyone is a natural when it comes to DIY, in fact the majority aren’t. That’s why DIY Tips brings you a steady stream of helpful information. Whether you’re looking for information about how to use a drill or you want to improve the security of your garage door, we provide you with all the ...
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Electrical Safety Council

Electrical Safety Council

In 2014 the Electrical Safety Council changed its name to Electrical Safety First. This organisation is a registered charity formed to reduce the number of electrical accidents in UK homes. The organisation has representatives on important UK and EU committees that create the regulations for electricity...
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5 Skills for Beginners

5 Skills for Beginners

Getting the keys to your first home isn’t the end of the journey, it is just the beginning. Whether you are moving into a brand new house or one that has been loved and lived in, there will be jobs which need to be done. Here are 5 DIY skills that will come in handy ...
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Kitchens and Carbon

Kitchens and Carbon

A really interesting and positive diagram showing how far our kitchens have come in the fight against carbon emissions and what we can do to make it even better (40% of household energy consumption comes from our kitchens!).
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