Bonnie’s Dream Home has been over a year in the making and is by far and away our biggest project to date! So it is only fitting that this series of Three Birds TV is our biggest ever. We are over the moon to share our latest TBTV season preview with you…. Episode One starts April 30th.
Different Wood Types and Their Uses Part 3
I’ve now written two articles explaining to you the different types of wood, which are currently used in carpentry and the Latin names for the trees it comes from and a bit of general information on the species of the trees. As there is so much to learn about every single type of wood and as you can appreciate there are lots of different woods I’ve really only touched the surface in my previous articles; ‘Different Wood Types and Their Uses’ and ‘Different Wood Types and Their Uses part 2’. I am now going to try and tell you about just a few more types which I think you should consider for further carpentry projects such as making skirting boards or furniture for your home. I hope you find this article as informative as the previous two.Different Wood Types and Their Uses Part 2
I recently wrote an article about different varieties of wood and what there uses are for and why they can be beneficial. The article was called ‘Different Wood Types and Their Uses’. I’ve decided to write another article to continue on about further varieties as I could only cover a few in the article. I hope you enjoy this further article and that it is as informative as the previous.Different Wood Types and Their Uses
I’m a timer merchant and I’ve got to admit I’ve always had a fascination with wood. I suppose I love the idea that you can grow something, which is natural and use it eventually to make practically anything you desire. You can make skirting, tables, chairs, stairs and even houses from something as simple as wood. As there are so many varieties of trees through it can become confusing so I’ve written the following article describing the different types you can use for skirting and other types of furniture or home improvement projects.How to Fit Fascias and Soffits
Adequately-mounted soffits will protect your house from being damaged due to exposure to the elements while the fascias will support the gutters that collect all of the rainwater and dispose of it through drainage holes. Preparing For the Job: When replacing soffits and fascias, it is not advisable to work on a ladder.Why Choose UPVC Cladding?
A material that is cheap, durable, easy to maintain and environmentally friendly would be the perfect choice for exterior cladding in any home, particularly when considering areas frequently exposed to harsh weather conditions, such as eaves, soffits and fascias. Fortunately, UPVC cladding provides all of those advantages and more. UPVC cladding is a superior alternative to traditional timber methods of protection, which is why it is the most popular choice in the UK today.