February 9, 2011
Leicester, United Kingdom (RPRN) 02/09/11 — For many homeowners the anticipation of spring will bring with it a desire and motivation to start work on home improvement projects. In fact 20,000 new projects are estimated to be carried out in UK homes every year. The statistics, reported by This Is Money, include new kitchen and bathroom extensions among the work.
For anyone wishing to carry out improvement such as these having a good understanding of the work and the correct professionals to use is essential – and this is where Builder Guide can help.
The website www.builderguide.co.uk is the UK’s leading online resource for homeowners and trade professionals regarding all home improvement, renovation and building-related issues.
So whether you’re interested in building, roofing, painting and decorating, electrical work and more, you’ll find the website’s vast wealth of articles, project descriptions and breaking industry news a real benefit.
David Holmes, Founder of Builder Guide, said: “Improving your home is a great way to update the look of a room, enhance the practicality of a living space and increase the value of your property. However a lot of this work requires the skills of a trained professional to get a high quality finish and ensure safety.
“By using the Builder Guide website you can read up on the best way to complete a project. Builder Guide features a comprehensive range of articles, providing you with information and guidance on all building and decorating work.”
Builder Guide covers a variety of building and construction needs, including:
For more information, including the latest tips and advice for your home, visit: www.builderguide.co.uk
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