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Skip Hire And Rubbish Clearance
Skip Hire And Rubbish Clearance

When carrying out renovations or building works to your property, you may find that you need to hire a builder's skip to get rid of the rubble or rubbish.

  • 4th November, 2006

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Plumbing
A Guide to Buying Wholesale Plumbing Supplies

There's more to buying plumbing supplies from a wholesalers than you may think.

Plumbing
Plumbing Consulting - Why it's a Good Idea

Before carrying out any plumbing repairs around the home it may be wise to seek a plumbing consulting service first.

Insurance
The Importance Of Home Contents Insurance

A home contents insurance policy should cover everything you would take with you if you moved home.

Home Inspections
An Introduction to Home Inspections

A home inspector should provide you with a comprehensive analysis of the condition of the buildings major systems and components.

Condominiums
Luxury Condominiums Do Sell But Patience is Needed

The world of real estate is a diverse one and there is no pointing to one niche of buyers as there is a lot to be offered.

Renting
Buying To Let Tips

It is predicted that the strong interest in the Buy to Let market will continue. See our Top 10 Buying to Let and Renting Tips.

  • 26th August, 2006
  • Category: Renting
Insurance
Cheap Home Building and Contents Insurance For Home Owners

Cheap Home Building and Contents Insurance. Is there such a thing? It seems easy enough to find plenty, if not hundreds, of companies offering cheap house insurance.

Investing
Getting Started in Real Estate Investment

How do you get started with real estate investment? In this article we cover the the options available to any newbie planing to get started in this lucrative form of investment.

Plumbing
Handy Plumbing Tools For DIY Plumbing

Before tackling any kind of DIY plumbing job, check your toolbox first. There may be some specialized plumbing tools you might be needing.

Green Real Estate
Green Real Estate - What Homes Qualify and Which Don't

There is an uprising trend in the number of green homes.