There’s a simple rule when it comes to prices on the outskirts of London. The further you get from the city, the more affordable the property. It’s a rule that has held true since time immemorial, but it seems that the district of Leyton didn’t quite get the memo. Reasonable prices, a short commute into central London and a fantastic local community – there’s a lot to like about Leyton.
Sliding Doors add Style, Convenience and Comfort The summer has only just begun, so what better way to let it in to your home than with a new sliding door? Glazed doors are perfect for giving your home a new lease of life and injecting it with light, warmth and life. They can […]
Save Water by Switching to Artificial Grass Fed up of your parched yellow lawn which is taking up too much of your time? Claim back your weekends and save water by switching to fake grass. With the UK in the midst of the strongest heatwave we’ve seen in decades, the grass both at home and […]
When summer comes, we all breathe a sigh of relief. It’s the start of warm days, long evenings and sitting out in the sun – for some of us. For some, the summer brings bad hay fever and sunburn, and going out into the sunshine can be a battle with the elements as you try […]
Bouncy castles have been around for years. There are larger versions for fairs and carnivals and smaller versions that can be rented or purchased for home use. Even adults must admit they are pretty fun to jump around in, so are there any benefits of bouncy castles for kids? Well, definitely!
Whether it’s signing back up to the gym, searching for a new job or eating healthier, every New Year brings with it a fresh wave of enthusiasm to get stuff done. The garden is no exception, and the New Year is a great time to give borders, beds and baskets a little refresh – whether […]
Very few gardeners are content with the length of their growing season. The good news is that by using a few simple season-extending techniques and plant-protection devices, you can shield your plants from extreme weather, and stretch your gardening season by two, three of even six months.