New Year, New Home
So 2016 has finally arrived! You’ve already scoffed all the chocolate in the house, signed up for that gym membership and made half a dozen New Year’s resolutions. While you’re at it, there’s never been a better time to create that home you always wanted.
Spend Less by Saving on Energy Bills
A really common New Year’s resolution is to spend less than you did the year before, and one of the ways to do this is by saving money when it comes to heating your home. uPVC windows and doors will help you to keep much needed heat in, so the central heating can stay off for longer.
Give Your Gutters a Pre-Spring Clean
Gutters, as well as fascias and soffits, protect your property from the Great British weather by collecting and redirecting rain and debris away from the house itself. In any given year, thousands of litres of water will be travelling through these pipes, so its pays to check them over once a year. If you can see any issues, give Rhino Building Solutions a call on 01772 671358 and we can take a look for you.
Get More DIY Exercise
Yeah, you could hit the gym and pay through the nose for a membership—or you could concentrate all that hard work on improving your home! Building cabinets, fixing broken appliances and redecorating rooms will all get you into a sweat, and you’ll have a better home to show for it as well as rippling abs (no promises on the abs).
Feel More Secure
Your home is your castle, and it’s the place where you should feel safest of all. Unfortunately opportunistic criminals try and alter that by attempting break-ins. Check all the locks and security measures on your home, or consider our uPVC windows and doors. Rhino windows come with an eight-point locking system, while our doors go one step with a 10-point system. Ensure your family is safe and secure with Rhino Building Solutions.
Stop (Your Home) Being a Waste of Space
Make some serious changes this year by utilising those rooms that are currently going to waste. Convert your loft to a real bedroom or TV room, extend your kitchen, or even add your very own conservatory or orangery onto the property. Whatever you decide to do, you’re sure to love the new space.
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