In case you didn’t know, September 14th is the first-ever National Quiet Day – an event which aims to raise awareness of the importance of quiet. Of course, everywhere we go we’re confronted by all sorts of noise, hustle and bustle; those of us who live in towns and cities can find it particularly difficult to get some peace and quiet.
In case you missed it, earlier this month (August 2nd) was Playday 2017 – ‘the national day for play’ – an event which both celebrated children’s right to play and highlights the importance of play in the lives of young people.
In case you hadn’t noticed, the summertime is finally here. Just a couple of weeks ago, most of the country basked in soaring temperatures and sunshine – only for that to be pretty rapidly replaced by the more familiar grey skies and driving rain we’re so used to in Britain.
Before you can start work on your loft conversion, you’ll need to think about the appropriate regulations and whether your plans abide by them. The planning regime is pretty relaxed when it comes to loft conversions, but it’s important to do your homework properly.
In case you don't already know, May 15th was the UN's International Day of Families, a global event intended to celebrate the role played by families around the world. This got us thinking - what do loft conversions do to bring families together and strengthen family life?
When you come to have your loft converted, there's quite a lot that you need to think about. Obviously budgeting is essential, and above all you need consider just what you use your converted loft space for - because this will have a major bearing on the entire project.
If you're looking to add more space and value to your home, then a loft conversion is the ideal solution to your needs. Not only do loft conversions make homes that bit more spacious - ideal if you've got a young family - but as...