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Posted by: DIY Doctor |  Posted on: December 17, 2013 | No Comments »

We thought we would give you a quick rundown of the best way to test whether your Christmas tree lights are working because they are broken, or if it is just a faulty bulb, by using an electrical mains tester screwdriver. While the lights are in storage during the rest of the year little elves Read on…

Posted by: DIY Doctor |  Posted on: December 16, 2013 | No Comments »

If you are on benefits in a low income household and your boiler is broken or failing you may qualify for a free replacement boiler. This is part of the Government’s Energy Company Obligation (ECO), which makes the energy suppliers responsible for making sure people in the most vulnerable households can still afford to heat Read on…

Posted by: DIY Doctor |  Posted on: December 13, 2013 | No Comments »

Statistics show that burglaries can be up to 20% higher during the autumn and winter months, as thieves take advantage of the darker evenings, so now is the time to be thinking about home security. Technology is continually changing and evolving in all aspects of life, including security. For maximum protection and peace of mind Read on…

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…