Please note - due to manufacturer shortages we are temporarily not able to accept new orders for plasterboard.

Please note that due to worldwide shortages on materials, there may be unforeseen delays or changes to orders with very short notice. We will endeavor to keep this to a minimum and inform you with as much notice as we can.

Guides

What Is An Energy Rating?

What Is An Energy Rating?

13 days ago

Many energy customers frequently find themselves looking for new ways to reduce their gas and electricity bills, whilst making attempts to cut down their carbon footprint. It’s easier than you might think to reduce your energy usage, and just a few simple changes can make a substantial difference, including using products with high energy ratings that tell you how energy-efficient...

What Is The Difference Between Celotex and Kingspan?

What Is The Difference Between Celotex and Kingspan?

2 months ago

Celotex vs Kingspan   When looking to purchase insulation products, there are two big names that will constantly crop up: Celotex and Kingspan. Both are very experienced in their field and offer a range of fantastic thermal and acoustic insulation products, suitable for insulating roofs, walls and floors. There are plenty of questions regarding the difference between the two, which...

Celotex: A Buyer’s Guide

Celotex: A Buyer’s Guide

3 months ago

Celotex Saint-Gobain Insulation UK offer a range of products for thermal and acoustic Insulation. With a strong focus on innovation, their products are of high quality and the company has over 90 years of experience.   What Is Celotex?   Celotex is a multi-purpose insulation board that can be used around the home for insulating roofs, walls and floors and...

Eight Soundproofing Myths You Need To Know

Eight Soundproofing Myths You Need To Know

3 months ago

When soundproofing a home, it can be tempting to use DIY techniques as a quick or more cost effective solution. But do these techniques really work? Here we look at the use of egg crates, carpeting walls, wallpaper, fiberglass insulation, cellulose insulation, the appearance of acoustic panels and how easy it is to soundproof a space. Read on for the...

How To Soundproof Against Outside Noise

How To Soundproof Against Outside Noise

3 months ago

If noise outside of your home is causing you stress, it can feel like an impossible problem to solve as you can't stop the source of the noise. However, there are things you can do including soundproofing walls, doors, windows and using acoustic hangers. We'll look at these different forms of soundproofing and also consider how you could tackle the...

A Guide to Shed Insulation

A Guide to Shed Insulation

4 months ago

Insulating your shed can be extremely beneficial to extend the time you can spend in it throughout the year, as well as protecting your belongings and electronics from extreme temperature changes.   Seemingly simple garden sheds on the outside are now being transformed on the inside into micro homes for people to retreat to and spend their time relaxing, creating...

10 Steps to Renovating a Room

10 Steps to Renovating a Room

3 years ago

There is a lot of planning and research involved in renovating a room to make sure it is completed to a high standard. But where do you start and how do you end? We’ve put together ten steps to renovating a room to help get you started. 1) Make a plan Renovating is not something that can be completed to a high...

6 Ways To Budget Effectively For a Home Renovation

6 Ways To Budget Effectively For a Home Renovation

3 years ago

Wherever possible you will want to save money on your renovation. The rewards are huge but it can place a huge strain on your finances in the process. With so much to consider, costs can become unmanageable without clear organisation and planning. Taking care of your budget will be central to the success of the project. If you want to know how to...

Deciding Whether to Renovate With or Without a Contractor

Deciding Whether to Renovate With or Without a Contractor

3 years ago

Balancing the needs of your renovation with your available budget can be a concern throughout your project. There is a lot advice and a growing number of professional tips available that allow you to tackle DIY tasks yourself without having to hire external help. You can save valuable money by being your own contractor. But there will be some tasks that require a...

Five Ways to Add Value to Your Home

Five Ways to Add Value to Your Home

3 years ago

One of the main reasons for renovating a property is to increase its value ahead of a sale. Experienced renovators purposely buy period buildings to renovate them before selling on at a profit, moving on to another property to repeat the process. If you are considering putting your house on the market and want to maximise its worth, here are five ways to...