Episode 3, House 5 | Three Birds TV


Tune in to Episode Three to see a snapshot of how the first few weeks of the reno unfold. Erin’s far too calm as the Foreman (is she serious?). Bonnie’s designing the house on the hop (is SHE serious?) and Lana continues to add little value onsite, providing a few too many “Oh My God!” moments (and the sad thing is, she IS serious).

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Sun Awnings – All The Benefits

During the summer months when the sun it at its hottest, adequate shaded areas around the home will allow for some respite from the suns rays. Whilst a parasol may be adequate for small terraces and patios, the majority of homeowners are looking for a larger shaded area to provide protection from the sun of not only themselves but also their friends and family.

Choose a Hardwood Conservatory As Your Next Investment

Whilst the conventional type of conservatory nowadays is UPVC, it is also becoming increasingly popular for people to invest in hardwood. Dating back to the Victorian era, a hardwood conservatory is able to provide you with an extension that is both aesthetically pleasing and energy efficient. Being much more eco-friendly to create than UPVC, a hardwood conservatory will help you to reduce your carbon footprint, as well as giving your garden that unique, natural look.

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