The kitchen area of my latest finished refurb. The heart of any family home. I am posting the stages so you can take a glimpse into the actual turnaround of an investment project. Nothing happens overnight, most might never have an opportunity to see the “behind the scenes” effort that goes in and the stages […]
So here we have another completed refurbishment project ! 15 weeks ago I start out on this hugely outdated 3 bedroom terrace property. With a couple of surprises on the way – layers and layers of flooring covering up old quarry tiles and rising damp. Wall boarding hiding lots of defects and a bathroom with a […]
So many women ask me the same questions about investing and buying property. Many want to buy property but don’t know where to start. This video will give you some options to think about and if you need anything further, or would like to get started get in touch.
This is the first video in the series of my completed refurbished property. We start here in the lounge where the rooms were initially two rooms, having taken down the dividing wall and installing a Rolled Steel Joist the lounge in now a much larger living space. All the before and after videos can be […]
The kitchen is the most used room in the home. So if you are installing a new kitchen it is important to get the layout correct. Ensure you install the best quality fixtures and fittings you can afford so that the kitchen will last. Choose a neutral colour that you can change by adding colour […]
So what do you do when you have a small bathroom. Here I will give you tips on the best way to utilise the space you have. In my NEXT video, you will see the make over and the completed bathroom.
This video clip shows the work being carried out to the upstairs bedrooms of one of my current refurbishment projects in the south Wales valleys. The chimney breast in the master bedroom has been removed to make best use of the space, and easier placement of furniture, the boiler in bedroom three will be boxed […]
Having installed a Damp Proof Membrane to an internal, exterior wall. This video shows how to comply with Part L of the Building Regulations “Conservation of Fuel and Power”. Here we are improving the thermal efficiency of that internal/exterior wall following the DPM
With most mortgage companies looking for a damp proof guarantee before lending, it is important to get this right when you are renovating a property. Damp proofing can be a controversial subject especially in old stone houses, but in this case we are talking about an old terrace property which has had the old lime mortar […]
With high level of rainfall in the UK, the average home is subjected to a lot of rainwater, so it is no surprise that damp can become a big problem in many homes. Damp on internal walls can look unsightly, often causes a bad smell in the house, it can cause permanent damage to plaster, […]