Category: Blogs

How to Lay a Garden Path: Step-by-step Guide

You have a beautiful garden and you soak in all its beauty sitting in the comforts of your conservatory. The Niger Seeds bird food and the Sunflower Hearts bird food that you regularly replenish the bird table with are attracting the robins, collared doves, magpies and wood pigeons to your

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Common Garden Birds: Ultimate Guide (2020 update)

Being a conservatory owner is one of the most blissful feelings one can think of. The diverse collection of flora in the conservatories is usually inclusive of unique conservatory flowering plants which brighten your world every day with their gorgeous colours. The herbs that are commonly used in your household

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Lawn Care: A Complete Guide

Lawns typify British lifestyle. Whilst we might attract some criticism in saying so, the fact is there aren’t too many societies around the world that treasure lawns as much as the Brits do. Lawns are the bridge between modern lifestyle and our past connection with nature. They symbolise civilised human

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Do You Need Planning Permission for a Conservatory?

It’s a question that is often debated, do you need planning permission for a conservatory? You may have already asked friends or family this and been given different answers from each. In truth, there isn’t a simple yes or no answer. Did you know that DIY conservatories are conservatories that you

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How to Make Pallet Furniture

Use the menu below to jump easily to a section of your choice: Step 1 – Work on Bench Seat and Back Steps 2 – Work on the Legs Steps 3 – Attach The Legs Steps 4 – Attach Armrests Steps 5 – Paint it In a world where environmental

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How To Prevent Mould In Your Conservatory

When you own a conservatory it does require careful maintenance. One of the most important maintenance regimes is to deal with the problem of mould. The early sights of mould in your conservatory can be heart-breaking after all the efforts you have put into adding one to your home. If

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10 Furniture Ideas To Transform Your Conservatory

A modern conservatory is not only great for your happiness and wellbeing, but it is also a huge benefit to any home, giving you the option to really bring out the best of your environment. Whether it is an extension to the house itself or simply an area to overlook

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How To Fit Lead Flashing On Your Conservatory

With the UK’s unpredictable weather, you can never be truly sure if it’s going to rain. The chances are it probably will, so protecting your home from the elements is very important, unless you want soggy carpets and broken electrics of course! If you’ve got a conservatory, then you may

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How To Insulate a Conservatory Roof Yourself

We love our conservatories but, unfortunately, it is a well-known fact they many are not the warmest of rooms in the winter months. Our favourite room should not be neglected or avoided over the hassle of wrapping up warm in our own homes. They could quite easily accumulate dirt and

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Decorating a Conservatory on a Budget: 5 Tips

Styles and fashion are constantly changing and it is the same with home decor. We would all love to have an en-vogue conservatory but keeping up with the times it costly, time consuming and wasteful. Below are 5 fantastic conservatory ideas for decorating a conservatory on a budget, all of

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England’s Most Christmassy Counties (2019)

When it comes to the holiday season, I like to believe I possess an abundance of Christmas spirit. I am sure you probably know someone who embraces the festive season the moment the leaves start to turn and you feel that first nip of frost. The Christmas tree is up

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Conservatory Lighting: Full Review [2021]

During the day and in the brightest parts of the year the last thing you probably think about with regards to your conservatory is the lighting. As conservatories have roofs that are comprised of windows made from glass of another material, along with several other windows around the structure, they

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Best Sealant To Fix a Leaking Conservatory Roof

Although it may seem a mild nuisance at first, a leaking conservatory roof is the first sign there is something wrong with your extension. A simple leak can quickly transform into something that causes serious electrical and structural damages that can be expensive to repair.  What do you do if

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8 Cheap Ways to Heat a Conservatory Quickly

We often put off the idea of planning to heat our conservatory for as long as possible, soaking up as much of the summer sun without any distractions. That summer sun may have inspired you to try your hand at growing fruit in your conservatory. With autumn underway, you may

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Niger Seeds

Niger Seeds: Ultimate Guide (2020)

One of my favourite aspects of conservatories is the ease of sitting on your chair or garden storage bench in the warm with our best conservatory heater and watching all the wildlife in my garden while enjoying a cup of tea and the latest fictional best-seller. We created a review

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Sunflower Hearts Bird Food

Sunflower Hearts Bird Food – Full Review

One of the great pleasures about owning a conservatory is the bridge it provides between the interior and exterior of your property. You can use your comfortable conservatory chairs to enjoy your garden and any wildlife that visits it, all year round, including winter time, without actually subjecting yourself to

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10 Ways to Stop Condensation in a Conservatory

It can be such a nightmare, the frightening sight of condensation trickling down your conservatory windows.  You may be wondering why do my conservatory windows steam up and how to stop condensation in a conservatory? Condensation occurs when warm, moist air meets cold surfaces, most commonly on windows and glass

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10 Ways to Keep Your Conservatory Cool

It’s no secret, even British summers are getting hotter. This year we saw a record-breaking July for temperatures and who knows, that could even be beaten. As much as we all love lounging in the sun, attempting to get a tan while trying to avoid those pesky mosquitos, we do

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