Home Improvement & Self Build Show 7th & 8th October 2017
Saturday 1000hrs - 1700hrs | Sunday 1000hrs - 1600hrs
Entry £3 per person, Under 16’s Free
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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!

To find out more about the event visit www.cornwallhomeshow.co.uk and you can follow us on Facebook and Twitter Pages.

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.

To find out more about the event visit www.cornwallhomeshow.co.uk and you can follow us on  Facebook and Twitter Pages.

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With the increased popularity of Woodburning and Multi-fuel stoves it is sometimes all too easy to forget the importance of the on-going maintenance requirements. Once you have had you appliance fitted by a qualified engineer it is then wise to schedule in annual maintenance while it is fresh in your mind. This will ensure that your appliance is kept in the best possible condition and above all it is safe.

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Peacehay Barn, Padstow Area

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‘How can we maximise the amount of bookings that our property receives?’ It’s a question that the property department get frequently get asked from homeowners. Here is a list of suggestions to help any property – whatever stage of the lettings process – whether you’re just starting out or want to know how to make your existing property work better for you.

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On Saturday 29th & Sunday 30th April, Cornwall’s Premier Home & Garden event took place at the well-known Royal Cornwall Events Centre. Over the previous 7 years the event has grown rapidly and this year didn’t fail to impress.

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In the warmer months your holiday home’s outside area be that a patio, garden or balcony becomes as important as the interior of your property. It will be one of the key reasons why your guest has chosen to book their Cornish holiday at your property, so a little investment in this area will pay dividends in the long run for you. Here are four areas for you to consider;

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Whether you’re going to live in your self-build or you’re building to sell or let, renewable heating has something to offer you.

Most self-builders are aware of traditional types of heating, gas, oil, LPG and so on, but not many consider the numerous advantages that renewable heating offers when building a new home. Whether it’s help getting your plans approved by Building Regulations or future proofing your home for years to come, renewable heating solutions are perfectly tailored to the self-build market.

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Living flame gas fires have moved on immensely since their rapid rise in popularity during the 1980’s and 90’s to a level of realism, controllability and efficiency unforeseen in those days features such as battery powered thermostatic remote controls with automatic electronic flame safety and ignition are now commonplace whereas when the living flame fire first became widespread this technical wizardry would have been thought of as nothing but a pipe dream.

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