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A Look at the Various Responsibilities a Tree Surgeon Has

  in  Gardening
Tree surgery involves many, many things beyond simply chainsawing through trunks and branches. A professional tree surgeon will:-have to find out if his latest (potential) new job is in a conservation area or not, or has a preservation order in place.
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7 Tips to Help Keep Your Carpet Looking and Smelling Fresh

  in  The Home
An absolutely-no-exceptions 'No Shoes" policyThis should go without saying, but there are many households who break this rule just once or twice - like when they've forgotten something before going out. "I'll just kind of do a hop skip and jump over the carpet to get my phone! ".
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Reasons to Choose an Architect to Design Your Home

  in  The Home
There are MANY reasons as to why you should choose an architect to design your home. However, this article will just look at a few of the key reasons why you should definitely hire the expertise of an architect for your home design. Expertise and ExperienceThis is the most obvious reason why, and it prevents a multitude of "sins" the amateur would commit by him or herself.
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What is the Best Material for a Kitchen Worktop?

  in  The Kitchen
You can read lots of informative posts on different types of materials for worktops, but really, what is the best type of material to use? Having started a renovation project in our kitchen that dates back 400 years, the choices are wide ranging and the advice is plentiful, but no one really told us what was the best. Here is our experience and advice that comes from that experience.
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10 Reasons To Remodel Your Kitchen

  in  The Kitchen
The kitchen can be the centre and the heart of the home andwhere the most activity takes place. Remodelling a kitchen can be a major task.
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Is Brexit Priced Into Current Property Prices in the UK?

  in  The Home
Brexit has unsettled the property market in many ways:-Net migration to the UK is at a ten year low. No doubt many immigrants are waiting to see if/when Brexit happens, OR they've given up on the idea of moving to the UK altogetherMany home buyers are anticipating a house price drop post-Brexit and are postponing looking for properties.
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Should You Rent Out Your Property as Furnished or Unfurnished?

  in  The Home
So you have decided to rent out your property. . . but should you rent it out as furnished or unfurnished? Let's look at the advantages of both:-Advantages of renting out a furnished propertyit will be much easier to rent outyou can get shorter tenancies if that's what you're looking foryou can rent your property out at a higher rental valuedepending on what country you live in, you can get tax deductionsyou could move back into your property quickly and easily if you so wishtenants don't need to move in furniture (less chance of damage as they'll only be bringing in smaller items)Advantages of renting out an unfurnished propertyless wear and tear risklonger tenancy contracts as tenants are investing more effort into the property by moving their items into it (if you want a longer contract)less need for managementit's cheaper and faster to get ready to rent outit's cheaper and faster to get ready to sell if you are looking to sell it after tenants move outWhatever you decide, you need to be as certain as you can be as to which route to take. Some landlords equivocate on the above, and try to "go down the middle".
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Can You Time the Housing Market?

  in  The Home
This article will look at the notion of "timing the housing market" from the perspective of both buyer and seller. It assumes that the seller is looking to either profit from their sale (get more money than they originally paid for it, or upsize), and the buyer is hoping for a dip or a crash, and take advantage of lower prices.
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Tips for Better Home Acoustics

  in  The Home
You've just installed a new speaker system, butwhen you turn it on, something just doesn't sound right. No matter how much youfiddle with the equalizer, the surround sound isn't as impressive as youthought it would be or the bass still sounds a little high-pitched. Or maybe you can hear your neighbours" TV sowell you decided to throw away yours and cancel your own subscription.
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The Stubborn Carpet Smell That Wouldn't Go Away

  in  The Living Room
We've rented for many years and would consider ourselves to be "good renters" - responsible and conscientious toward the landlord and his or her property. We have two young children so we're aware that spillages and damage are very real possibilities (likelihoods? ).
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