A smaller space doesn’t mean it’s any less appealing! Sure, the lack of space can be irritating when preparing food or doing the laundry, but there are some savvy ways you can create more space in your kitchen and make it look larger than it actually is.
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Did you know you could fix your appliance for the same price as a bottle of wine?
Maybe he taught you to tie your shoelaces. Or came to pick you up when you missed the last train home. Or even let you have the last biscuit in the packet. There’s no doubt dads work hard to keep their kids happy so Father’s Day is your chance to express your gratitude!
Now we’re going to make a wild speculation and say you’ve got a first aid kit at home. Or at least a box with the essentials: plasters, painkillers, cough medicine, cream to soothe mosquito bites and so on. But do you also have a first aid kit to fix up your ailing appliances?
At eSpares we are inundated with customer questions through our social media accounts, as well as our blog and we love to answer these questions as we know our answers help our customers fix their appliances for less.
To celebrate Fix It Week, we’ve randomly picked three customer questions we’ve been asked since the start of the year – along with the answers we’ve provided, in the hope that these questions will help you fix your appliance.
Adding value to your home doesn’t need to be difficult. In this infographic, we explain how by carrying out some DIY you can increase the value of your home.
Over the weekend, we hit (and then surpassed) 25 million views on our YouTube channel, so to celebrate we thought we would share the 12 top videos on the channel – some of which have required us to delve into our back catalogue.
As we all know today (October 31st) is Halloween, a time when children dress up as devils, witches, ghouls and ghosts, before going around the neighbourhood shouting “trick or treat”.
Trick or Treat is a phrase which is not only applicable to Halloween, but also for some DIY tasks. Earlier this year incahootscotland.com reported that British residents spend over £3,000 fixing DIY mistakes; whilst 250,000 people are seriously injured carrying out simple DIY tasks.