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  1. Caring for Your Garden Furniture This Winter

    Caring for Your Garden Furniture This Winter

    Your garden furniture served you well last summer, so now it’s time for you to return the favour and read our garden furniture care guide.

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  2. Your Guide to Better Shed Insulation

    Your Guide to Better Shed Insulation

    Shed insulation is essential if you’re going to make the most of your garden shed. Find out how to properly insulate your shed here, so that you can enjoy its many benefits the whole year round.

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  3. Useful Ideas for Old Fence Panels

    Useful Ideas for Old Fence Panels

    Sometimes, we tend to hold onto things that we really ought to replace. For example, we might insist on running an old 1998 Volkswagen Polo into the ground, even though it’s clearly time for a newer model. Similarly, w

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  4. Beef Up Your Shed Security

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    Is Your Shed Secure?

    We underestimate the value of our shed's contents. With mowers, tools and garden furniture, the value adds up very quickly. It's important that you check your shed is secure and take measures to maximise its security.

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  5. Create a Home Gym in Your Garden Shed

    Create a Home Gym in Your Garden Shed

    The New Year is here. Millions of people around the country have made the famous resolution: to finally get in shape. The excessive consumption of mince pies and wine over the festive period has not helped anybody’s weight l

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  6. Be Prepared for Ice and Snow in Your Garden and Driveway

    Be Prepared for Ice and Snow in Your Garden and Driveway

    It has been a good few years since we’ve seen a snowfall quite as impressive as this week’s influx. And, as the latest snow storm hit the UK, we suddenly all remembered that we meant to buy a snow shovel, we fully intended to have some rock salt kept in the garage and we were definitely going to get some of that fluffy white stuff to protect our plants. Most of us didn’t.

    As the snow and ice starts to thaw, don’t put it off again. We’ve got some key tips so at least you’ll know what to do next time the cold weather strikes, covering Britain with a blanket of snow and ice. While the snow has the brilliant ability to turn everyday sights into beautiful, picturesque scenes, it can also cause a multitude of frustrating problems. It’s best to be prepared.

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  7. Garden and Outdoor Furniture Storage Ideas During Winter

    Garden and Outdoor Furniture Storage Ideas During Winter

    The first day of winter is very nearly upon us; Jack Frost’s icy grip is tightening on Britain, attacking us with sleet, snow and freezing winds. At this time of year, one would probably worry about whether there is enough time to finish the Christmas S

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  8. How to Insulate Your Shed

    How to Insulate Your Shed

    More and more ordinary sheds are being converted into places of extraordinary activity. Workrooms, chill out space and hobby dens are all evolving from the humble 6x8. But to make a shed a comfortable place to work, rest and play, the structure has

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  9. Log store design ideas

    Log store design ideas

    Log burners are a must-have item and to keep one well fed you will need to stack your logs. A log store needs to keep the worst of the rain off your logs and allow air to circulate around the wood. If you just dump all your wooden logs in a heap and

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  10. Log store plans

    If you have a wood burner, you have to have a supply of dry logs. And that’s 'dry' as in seasoned and 'dry' as in not dripping wet from last night rain. A log store is the answer.

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