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Interactive Guide Helps Busy Parents Nail Home Improvements

Interactive Guide Helps Busy Parents Nail Home Improvements
Home improvements inevitably move to the bottom of the list when you have young children in the house.

So what happens when the home needs a little attention? Your first thoughts are probably 'I don't have time for this' or 'I can't afford to get this fixed'. But that is where you are wrong. If done correctly, DIY can be a relatively pain free experience that takes very little time and helps cut out unnecessary costs.

In 2015, Swinton Insurance claimed that the average person had blown on average £300 employing tradesmen to carry out minor repairs in their homes when really they could have attempted the job themselves. Within the same survey only 48% of people felt brave enough to attempt even the simplest of repairs on their property so to help all the DIY novices out there, Ken's Yard have launched an interactive guide to some of the most common home improvements.

So do you fancy taking on a new project? Doing up the nursery or re-designing the playroom? This guide is sure to be of use. Some of the home improvements included in the guide are:
How to wall mount a TV
How to correctly hang a door
Replacing door handles
Fix dripping taps

The Beginner's Guide to Home Improvements
Provided by Ken's Yard

The guide includes an estimate of the amount of time it should take to complete each task, the difficulty of each process, the tools needed and an accompanying explanatory video tutorial.

The hub can be viewed in it's entirety here: www.kensyard.co.uk/home-improvements

Luke Bell, General Manager of Ken's Yard commented, "We decided to create the interactive guide as a go to place for all home owners wanting to make minor improvements to their property. Whether it be families who have limited experience with DIY projects or the more experienced parent wanting to renovate their children's bedroom, we want to give people the confidence to take on DIY projects themselves."

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