5 Tips for Moving Your Furniture Safely

Posted on: 18 December 2017

Furniture is usually susceptible to damage during transportation from one location to another. This article discusses some suggestions that you can implement to protect your furniture while you lift it during the removals process. Lift the Furniture Correctly You should not randomly select the points that you hold onto the furniture. Find out what sections of that furniture are the strongest so that you can use those parts to lift the furniture. [Read More]

Caring For Outdoor Furniture: 3 Top Tips

Posted on: 1 August 2017

Outdoor furniture is designed to last for a very long time. However, even the hardiest types of tables and chairs will need a little love and care from time to time. By carrying out basic maintenance, you can make your outdoor furniture look great while also extending its lifespan. Below is a guide of steps you should take. Clean the furniture Because your outdoor furniture is subjected to wind and rain, it can slowly become covered in dust, debris and grime. [Read More]

When and Why You Might Need Custom Cabinets Made for the Bathroom

Posted on: 29 May 2017

Having sufficient cabinetry in the bathroom is necessary for adequate storage, and is especially needed for a space without a linen closet, medicine cabinet, and other such built-in storage. You may not have thought about adding custom cabinetry to your home's bathrooms, but note when this might be good for your home, and why such cabinets can be needed in the space. The bathroom is very small Cabinets bought at a home supply store may get in the way of foot traffic in a small bathroom and may interfere with the opening of a shower door or bathroom door. [Read More]

Five Tips for Repairing Pet Scratches and Bites on Furniture

Posted on: 14 April 2017

If your dog has been biting and scratching at your furniture, there are a few things you can do to repair the damage. Here's a look at some options. Until your dog is fully trained, you may want to try some of the temporary approaches, and then, when he's done with his furniture chewing stage, you can progress to the more permanent repairs. 1. Make Duct Tape Patches For a clever approach to dealing with holes and scratches in upholstery, try making duct tape patches. [Read More]