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  • How to remove oil stains from block paving
    November 11, 2019 Sarah Macklin

    How to remove oil stains from block paving

    A popular choice for driveways, pathways and patios across the UK, block paving is a versatile and structurally strong surface, making it perfect for use in domestic and commercial projects alike. However, as with all surfaces of this kind, block paving...

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  • How to demolish a wood deck
    October 26, 2019 Aaron Stretton

    How to demolish a wood deck

    A well-maintained deck can be the main eye-catching feature of your garden or landscape. However, if your decking is starting to look a bit worse for wear, it could be time to take it down and either replace it with...

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  • C16 and C24 timber, wood or lumber?
    October 8, 2019 Jess lee

    C16 and C24 timber, wood or lumber?

    The minute you cut that tree down, it is no longer wood, it’s timber. That may help you to understand why lumberjacks scream “Timberrr” at the top of their voice when a tree is felled, rather than “Watch out!”
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  • How to restore block paving
    September 8, 2019 Amy Lauchlan

    How to restore block paving

    Knowing the best ways to restore your block paving will ensure it stands the test of time and remains looking fresh in the process. In this post, we’ve outlined some key methods of looking after your block paving, all of which you can do yourself at minimal cost. 
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  • How to lay railway sleepers in the garden
    September 8, 2019 Sarah Macklin

    How to lay railway sleepers in the garden

     Railway sleepers are used in gardens across the UK for a variety of different horticultural purposes. From creating rustic pathways to long-lasting raised flower beds, these heavy slabs can add a bold and striking feature to any landscape.  But what...

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  • Why do Knots Occur in Timber?
    July 3, 2019 Sarah Macklin

    Why do Knots Occur in Timber?

    Have you ever noticed those small dark circles on your wooden furniture? They’re wood knots. But why do they occur and how do you paint over them?
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