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Posted by: DIY Doctor |  Posted on: December 11, 2013 | No Comments »

1. Humidity or Moisture Absorbers These models from Unibond are not powered by electricity or batteries. They have a salt capsule inside which with the help of ventilation draws moisture out of the air and drips down into the container below. You just pour away the salty water as it fills. The salt ring inside Read on…

Posted by: DIY Doctor |  Posted on: December 9, 2013 | No Comments »

It is terribly British to harp on about the weather, but it really does seem to have been doing funny things in recent times. It seems we’re moving away from year round grey to a slightly more extreme climate, proven by this year’s supremely sun-soaked summer. And if this is correct, it seems safe to Read on…

Posted by: DIY Doctor |  Posted on: December 7, 2013 | No Comments »

Ventilation manufacturer Nuaire invented a new strategy for curing condensation and improving air quality over forty years ago. Today, Positive Input Ventilation is one of the most popular form of whole house ventilation in the UK but homeowners still know little about it. Nuiare Residential Estimator, Llyr Davies explains. Most new and older homes will Read on…

Posted by: DIY Doctor |  Posted on: December 6, 2013 | No Comments »

We can now announce that the winner of the Storefloor system from LoftZone is Martin Wilkinson from Lythan St Annes, Congratulations to him! Martin is in the middle of an improvement project in his own home, and we are sure that the StoreFloor loft storage system will help him to store his suitcases (and later Read on…

Posted by: DIY Doctor |  Posted on: December 5, 2013 | No Comments »

The Pump is the Heart of the Central Heating System Your central heating pump pumps water around your central heating in a similar way to your heart pumping blood around your body. So it stands to reason that if it isn’t working properly your hot water isn’t getting to the whole system. If it isn’t Read on…