Sometimes, the air in our homes can seem stuffy and polluted, especially during the summer when the weather is warmer, and it is more difficult to get a constant flow of fresh air through our properties. Additionally, this lack of airflow also makes it harder to banish any potentially harmful pollutants that come from the products we use within our homes, such as air fresheners, cleaning products, insect repellent, glues and paints. So how can you increase the air quality in your home during those hot summer months? Below, we’ve provided some useful tips to help you breathe easy:
Most of us will agree that going to the cinema is always a fantastic experience. But have you ever thought about bringing the cinema to you? If you’re a film buff, your newly converted loft could be the perfect space for a snug home cinema! Enjoy a family classic with the kids or get cosy with your loved one and sample the latest thriller in the comfort of your own home while relishing all the excitement of a regular trip to the pictures. Not only can having your own cinema at home save you money on often pricey tickets but it can also provide you with the ultimate screen to enjoy a surround sound gaming experience on too! So, for all you film fanatics, we’ve got some great advice to help you plan and create a stunning home cinema:
The weather this winter has been particularly unpredictable; from snowfall and floods to rain and hail, no two days have been the same. However, one thing that has remained constant is how cold it is outside. With the drop in temperature outside making us layer up as much as possible, it is likely that you’re also doing the same when at home.