Finsa Home is delighted to announce that customers now have the opportunity to supplement their DIY Kitchen and Flooring experience by entering our ‘My Finsa Home’ Competition.
The contest will take place on the Finsa Home Facebook Page and will require customers to upload a picture of their new Finsa fittings on display. Competitions will be run on a seasonal basis and Finsa Home will be providing a number of exciting prizes for the image that attracts the most “Likes” and sufficiently impresses a judging panel on the Finsa Home Facebook Page.
To take part, simply log on to the Facebook Page and upload your photo(s).
The deadline for entries in the first ‘My Finsa Home’ Competition will be September 21, 2013.
For a full rundown of the competition’s terms and conditions click here.
The following blog entry has been contributed to Finsa Home by Katie Sykes. Katie is an experienced copywriter and her bragging rights include having her work published in a fashion magazine.
Putting that unique stamp on your home can be difficult and expensive. Ensuring that your personality flows through your home requires both time and research, so where should you begin?
Here, we look at ways in which your home design can become an extension of your personality without breaking your budget. Continue reading
Finsa Home have teamed-up with with MyBuilder.com to help customers find reputable and quality tradesmen in their local area.
Having worked with a number of other distinguished brands, MyBuilder offers Finsa Home users the opportunity to supplement their DIY Kitchen or Flooring purchase with the hiring of a recommended local fitter.
The service has access to thousands of tradesmen across the UK who specialise in kitchens, flooring, gardens and more.
Users are able to receive the contact details of potential tradesmen, scan their work history, qualifications and previous customer feedback to make an informed decision about the fitter you should hire.
The ‘Find a Fitter‘ page is available in the footer of the main website.
With the spring weather now in full swing (I think we’ve all had enough snow for one year, right?), the Finsa Home Cargo Terminal has been busier than ever.
In preparation for what is expected to be a hectic season in the house development and construction sectors, our guys on hand at the Cargo Terminal have been hard at work over the past few days.
Our customers have several exciting projects lined-up and we will be sure to supply them with all the materials they require to perfect their home.
Below is a shot of the two vessels coming in over two consecutive days.
Plan your DIY Kitchen experience now!
This blog post has been contributed to the Finsa Home blog by Biljana Dimovska. Biljana is an online writer and a blogger who is always on the lookout for good plumbing supplies deals and plumbing and heating tips to share with home owners worldwide.
Bathroom renovations can be stressful – especially when you don’t know what you’re doing.
When it comes to plumbing, it is critical that you do everything right, especially because the complications that would result otherwise would overwhelm you.
This blog post has been contributed by Holly VicHammond, who is an Indianapolis native with a love for running and writing. When she isn’t training for her next race, you can find her blogging on behalf of Sears and other brands that she loves.
No part of a home shows its age as much as the kitchen. Even if you ignore the aging styles and designs of a kitchen, appliances can’t fake their way to modernity. Over time, the wares of your kitchen will keep this room firmly rooted in the past, which can make it less of a joy to be in and less likely to win over prospective buyers.
A kitchen renovation is great, whether you’re prepping to put the home on the market or settling in for the long run.
The following post has been contributed by Dan Whiteside.
With so much happening in the day-to-day running of a household, a leaking tap, blocked sink or slow-draining bath could be the last thing you need.
These issues can be extremely inconvenient, but are often resolved without having to call out an emergency plumber. That’s right, a little DIY can go a long way – so check out these four useful tips.
This blog post has been contributed by Cormac Reynolds, who is a “very amateur” DIY lover, however, he still tries to expend all his knowledge across the net on home improvement projects.
If you have children or pets in your home, then there’s a certain inevitability that carpets will be stained.
Any amount of precaution may not help prevent deep-rooted stains due to unexpected circumstances or mishaps. Most manufacturers claim synthetic carpets are stain free.
While the summer may seem like a little while off yet (and the cold weather doesn’t particularly help), it’s important to start planning for your DIY renovations now. Nisha Kaushal from Loft Centre takes us through some DIY renovation ideas for the summer months.
A perfect home improvement project for the summer is the renovation of a back yard with a garden of tomato plants and gerbera daisies. The warm months provide rain that is rich in nutrients that encourage rapid growth. An investment in plants that produce food or flowers provides dividends throughout the summer.
With the economy still struggling to recover following the economic downturn of recent years, many people are looking to improve their current home rather than move. This has led to an increase in the amount of extensions, loft conversions and general building work happening to homes across the UK.
It’s normally the case the cost to move home will outweigh the costs to improve, with considerable improvements to the home not costing as much as you might think. If you are looking at buying a large home in an affluent area, for example, you might have a stamp duty charge of 3%. This can mean that you could have to pay the government £15,000 just for the privilege to move. This is without estate agent fees, solicitor fees, transport fees and everything else you’ll have to pay towards the move. It’s easy to see then that most home extensions or improvements will come in at a price much lower than this.