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Which Species Of Real Christmas Tree Is Best For You?

Fun for all the family to enjoy, choosing a real Christmas tree is one of our favourite things to do at this time of year and with December now upon us, there is no better time to find yours. But with so many different to choose from, which Christmas tree is best suited for your home?

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How can I Attract More Customers to My Retail Store?

In today’s competitive market, getting more people to visit your store can be tough. Read these 12 simple yet effective tips and ideas on how to attract more customers and build your business.

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5 Top Tips for a Successful Herringbone Installation

There’s no question just how stunning a herringbone floor can look when installed correctly – those striking patterns will truly transform any room. However, herringbone can also be surprisingly unforgiving for the inexperienced installer, which is why we’ve put together our 5 top tips for successfully laying a herringbone floor.

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What is Engineered Wood Flooring?

Everything you need to know about engineered flooring, including; what is engineered wood flooring, the different types, what rooms it can be used in, how long it lasts, how to lay engineered floors, and how to care for the floor once it’s installed.

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7 Tips to Help Prevent Scratches on Wood Floors & How to Fix Them

Discover our 7 useful tips on how to help prevent scratches on your wood floor, and how to fix scratches if you do get them!

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Juniper Homes – Redlands Court Girls School

An exceptional landmark development introducing a collection of new build and exquisitely refurbished and architecturally unique homes set within landscaped grounds.

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What Is Distressing In Wood Floors?

Distressed flooring is a particular style of flooring that undergoes certain processes to give it more character and to replicate an old, worn feel.
Distressed boards tend to come with a textured finish to enhance the grain of the wood.

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