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DIY or call out?

There are certain things that a seasoned DIY-er can take on, potentially saving themselves thousands in call out charges. But take on a job beyond your abilities and it really could cost you dearly – contractors don’t charge those expensive fees for nothing after all. So what are those ‘little’ …

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Credit crunch car deals

When the recession began in spring 2008 it was expected that the car market would be one of the worst affected throughout the UK with an estimated terrifying £2billion lost by the second hand market alone.  But for buyers there hasn’t been a better time to pick up a shiny …

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DIY energy efficiency

You’ve got the bio-fuel car, you recycle your cans, bottles and paper and you even grow your own vegetables. But is your home as energy efficient as it could be? Inefficient products such as fridge freezers and dishwashers could be causing you to sport a giant-sized carbon footprint. So how …

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Restoring original features in your home

Many of us will choose a house based on those immortal words ‘original features’.  Fireplaces, wooden floors, ceiling coving and old pine doors are all things that can raise a house above the pack when it comes to the estate agents details. But more often than not those much-loved features …

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Is the future car crash free?

If there’s one place where technology seems to be moving faster and faster it’s in the world of motoring – as evidenced at the Intelligent Transport Systems Congress in Stockholm this year.  The congress sees around 2,500 delegates from around the world gather to discuss high-tech transport systems and how …

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Why a 1930s house could be the perfect DIY project

Think of a typical British home and you might think of a chocolate box thatched cottage, roses round the door, an apple tree in the garden. But you’d be more on the money if you pictured a bay fronted 30s semi-detached, pebble dashed and wide door-ed. Those very same houses …

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The most iconic cars of all time

There are certain cars – not necessarily expensive sports cars or even the best, most reliable or useful cars – which we all admire.  Here we count down the ten most familiar, well loved and longed for cars around…  Mini Cooper  Ever since Michael Caine uttered the immortal line ‘you’re …

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The best designs of all time

There are some designs which we love for a few months before consigning them to the bin of bad taste.  But there are some which stand the test of time, looking great in every changing trend… Mies van der Rohe Barcelona Chair  With its clean lines and sleek looks Mies …

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