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  • Your shower is wasting you tons of money, how to fix that

    Your shower is wasting you tons of money, how to fix that

    First of all having a shower is generally always better than having a bath (energy and water wise), so good work getting that far as we know baths often can be rela. So the whole point of this post is because I’m sure we would all prefer to have money in our s than

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  • DIY Home Automation / Alarm System

    DIY Home Automation / Alarm System

    Buying a full security system and home automation system isn’t cheap but buying and installing your own DIY version should give you functionality, better value for money and sensors that will be moveable to newer systems in the future. Here is a list of the products we use, they all work fairly well together but

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  • Heat your house from waste paper, leaflets and junk mail!

    Heat your house from waste paper, leaflets and junk mail!

    This technique basically comprises of collecting a load of waste paper, leaves, grass clippings etc. Soaking them in water (ideally free rain water) and them pulping them into a paste and creating paper logs. They will burn for hours once you’ve got a fire starting and are an ideal way of saving money on buying

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  • Housemate wanted: Ensuite room in a £8,000,000 Penthouse just £1PW

    Housemate wanted: Ensuite room in a £8,000,000 Penthouse just £1PW

    Are you all of the following? Aged 24-35 Open minded Needing a place to live for 6months-2years Available to move immediately? Ambitious or successful Enjoy partying, movies, chatting & generally hanging out Entrepreneurial and into Technology Enjoy getting drunk A Non-smer Not likely to bring back unwanted guests Enjoy the company of dogs (specifically chihuahuas)

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  • The DIY guide to living in a Van

    The DIY guide to living in a Van

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  • How to get decent furniture on the cheap

    How to get decent furniture on the cheap

    First of all. Make a plan & roughly measure. Buying furniture can take ages, especially if you’ve got take something back because it doesn’t fit! Make a small drawing of the room and any obvious measurements that are needed a decent tape measure is probably a must. If you’re feeling particularly ‘designery’ then try RoomSketcher

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  • 50 interior life hacks to improve your house on the cheap

    50 interior life hacks to improve your house on the cheap

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  • How to Repair a hole in a door

    How to Repair a hole in a door

    Spending a fortune on getting someone in to do this or risk losing your rental deposit over a job that takes 30mins-2hrs to fix? You will need: A scraper or other object that can scrap & a sharp knife Sandpaper Plasterboard Filler or Expanding Foam Canister Decorators Mesh Some matching paint An axe (not recommended) Follow

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  • £750 van = rent free home

    £750 van = rent free home

    Jamie Waddington, cancelled his £800-a-month rental property and purchased a LDV Convoy van. Then converted it with his Dad to include: Skylight Shelving Working kitchen Fold out bed Rustic wooden interior Carved handles Fire extinguisher and carbon monoxide detector. Jamie, 25, from Leeds also works for farmers in exchange for food/drink whilst only spending £10-a-week

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  • 10 ways to improve your house on the cheap

    10 ways to improve your house on the cheap

    Even if you don’t own your house you can improve it with a few minutes work and these tips start from £0! 1) Lighting LED strip lights or LED bulbs can transform a room, for instance behind the TV, below the kitchen counters or around your bed. LED RGB light strips with Remote £18.99 LED

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