March 2, 2011
LONDON, UK (RPRN) 03/02/11 — Builder Guide, the UK’s leading online resource for homeowners and trade professionals regarding all home improvement, renovation and building-related issues, is encouraging all homeowners to start planning home improvement projects now.
With the daylight hours in the UK beginning to get noticeably longer, it’s a good idea to arrange for any home improvements and renovation works to take place over the spring/summer months in order to take advantage of the maximum daylight.
In the UK June 21 is the longest day with the most hours of sunlight. Therefore, by carrying out building and decorating projects around this period, homeowners will have the potential to complete works over a shorter period of days, allowing for more time to enjoy the finished result.
For anyone wishing to execute home improvements over the coming months, such as painting and decorating, roofing, building and garden landscaping, then having a good understanding of the work and the correct professionals to use is essential - and this is where the Builder Guide website can be of assistance.
Builder Guide has a vast wealth of articles, project descriptions and breaking industry news to help you get the most from your property.
Builder Guide contains expert knowledge on building and construction works, including:
David Holmes, Founder of Builder Guide, said: “The advice by Builder Guide to plan home improvements now means that homeowners will be able to get any work done quickly and efficiently. As well as the benefit of longer daylight hours, the spring/summer season is also warmer and dryer meaning work is less at risk from the weather.
“For anyone wishing to carry out work in the home or garden, using the Builder Guide website will not only provide up to date advice but also explanatory articles."
For more information, including the latest tips and advice for your home, visit: www.builderguide.co.uk
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