Whether you’re buying a holiday home in Cornwall for investment or personal reasons you’ll need to consider certain key factors about the property.
There are a range of batteries available on the market and it’s vital to choose a battery that suits you.
If you’re trying to decide between a variety of different materials for your roof, you may be wondering why Natural Slate? For those of us slate lovers, the answers are obvious. But some of you may need a little more convincing.
It seems an odd concept using technology to help you sleep; many experts recommend removing all technology from the bedroom – but maybe we just need to give some consideration to the type of technology and how we use it.
Buying a holiday home isn’t just about making money. Buying a holiday home in an area you love can also count as a lifestyle choice. And it’s often a life changing one too! Such is the case with many buyers of holiday homes in Cornwall, whose decision to purchase has as much to do with their investment portfolio as with what they want out of life.
Once you’ve made the decision to buy a holiday home in Cornwall, you’ll need to think about the most suitable property type. You’re certainly spoilt for choice in England’s favourite holiday county. You can take your pick from cosy cottages to modern bungalows via traditional farmhouses and eco-lodges, with just about everything in between.
For many people the words sustainable and self-build conjure up images of old tyres or plastic bottles filled with mud and re-fashioned branches proudly on display throughout the interior. Whilst this style of building is certainly sustainable, and works for many self-builders, especially those on a budget, it’s definitely not your usual ‘Grand Design’.
Choosing a new garage door can sometimes be tricky, especially when you don’t know where to start.
Why should you buy a battery?
If you have, or intend to get, a well-designed PV system you’ll notice that on some days your system exports large amounts of energy back to the grid. This is because your system’s generating more energy than your home is using at that particular time. For instance, if you’re out of the house on a sunny day, your home probably won’t be using all of the energy your system generates and so energy will be exported straight back to the grid.
Connectivity to our world has a huge array of advantages; working from home has never been easier – we can check that family members are ok, keep our homes safe, shop from the comfort of our sofa, download our favourite music & films – the possibilities are endless. But how many of us give consideration to our personal privacy?
Corian was developed for one purpose; to create a practical material for living and working. Since its introduction by DuPont™ in 1967, Corian has proven itself to be remarkably durable; a versatile material that is easy to live with in both domestic and commercial environments.
If you are looking for a little garden inspiration the why not pop into Truro between 2nd – 5th August to explore ideas to enhance your garden, meet some great local organisations that help keep Cornwall beautiful.
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Space! We all wish we had more of it and often we have – right under our noses! We just don’t make use of it.
Think about your garden. Whether you have a modest plot or vast acres, there’s always more we could do with it.
Increasingly we see the garden as an extension to our home, to admire, provide relaxation and to produce flowers, fruit & vegetables. The recent warmer weather has provided us with the opportunity to spend more time in the garden, so it is an ideal time to give consideration as to how we can make the garden more comfortable for relaxation and entertaining.
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Like buy-to-let properties, holiday homes work as investments and part of a general investment portfolio. They make a very different investment type, however, compared to say stocks and shares, and may not be for everyone. If you’re thinking about buying a holiday home as an investment you need to consider several important factors.
The main living space in your home can be known by several different names – the living room, lounge, or sitting room – but whatever you call it this room has one main function, to be a comfortable space where the whole family can relax.
The Cornwall Home & Lifestyle Show Interiors Market, Lemon Quay, Truro
Friday 8th & Saturday 9th September 17
Taking part in the heart of Truro, come and discover some of Cornwall’s finest designers, makers and suppliers of fine furniture, soft furnishings, art work, ceramics, rugs, cushions, homeware and more all under one roof.
With fantastic event offers, FREE entry and the opportunity to find bespoke items for your home the show is one you wouldn’t want to miss!
The Cornwall Home Improvement & Self Build Show, Royal Cornwall Events Centre
Saturday 7th & 8th October 2017
Come join us for Cornwall’s premier autumn Home Improvement & Self Build Show.
Built on seven years of success this fantastic event is renowned for bringing together over 140 of the regions premier home products and services all under one roof. From interiors to architects and planning to renewables, this is an event not to miss if you are undertaking home and garden improvements, a renovation, extraction or self-build project.
We will also again be hosting our ever so popular homeware and food and drink markets.
You may have already made up your mind. You may not need us to reiterate why this glorious county of Kernow is a great investment option. But if you’re still pondering the benefits of property investment in Cornwall, we hope to assist with some of your unanswered questions.