Eliminate Chills with Small Renovations

By Martin Hart on Fri 06 March 2020

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Your space may be kitted out with all the home comforts and mod cons, but if there’s a chill in the air due to poor insulation then this can be the source of most of your discomfort. But the lack of heat doesn’t just take a toll on your well-being, it’s a major waste of money and energy.

The Best Tap to Match Your Bathroom

By Martin Hart on Fri 06 March 2020

The finishing touches are amongst those details you should never overlook, independently of what you're doing. So why should bathrooms be any different? Taps can elevate the bathroom's design, so it's important that you choose them with the overall look in mind.

Finding the Perfect Hinge for Your Project [Infographic]

By Martin Hart on Fri 06 March 2020

Choosing the perfect hinge for your project will mean all the difference when you get down to it. Different hinges can be used in different places, such as doors and furniture, so you can be confident that you’ll always find the right solution for your project – and always with the assurance of high quality.

Fitting a Kitchen: 4 Things You Need to Know Before You Start

By Martin Hart on Fri 06 March 2020

Installing a kitchen is a pretty vital part of the job, right? Whether you’re a professional or a DIY-er, the kitchen is likely to be the busiest room in the house. It’s where people gather, and where conversations happen and families bond. No surprise, then, that fitting a kitchen can be a big job that you need to get right first time.

How to Fit a Kitchen Worktop

By Martin Hart on Fri 06 March 2020

Spring brings fresh air and lots of inspiration. When a client wants to give a new look to their kitchen without spending lots of money on it, how about changing its work tops? There are several materials to choose from, such as wood or stone, and they all come in a wide range of colours and textures.

How to Fit a Kitchen Sink

By Martin Hart on Fri 06 March 2020

Fitting a kitchen sink is one of the most important jobs when it comes to creating a kitchen worth its weight in gold (Or silver. Or bronze. Or whatever colour scheme that’s been employed). After all, a kitchen without a sink is about as much use as a home without a roof. But just how do you go about fitting a kitchen sink?

Complete Kitchen Makeover Ideas for Expert Tradesmen

By Martin Hart on Fri 06 March 2020

Sometimes you’re going to run into a customer who simply must have the best-designed kitchen, but hasn’t got a clue where to start in getting it. But at least you’ll be able to deliver on that (and look like a genius to boot!) with our thoughts on complete kitchen makeover ideas.

Assembling the Perfect Kitchen Cabinet

By Martin Hart on Fri 06 March 2020

With spring  comes new ideas for refurbishment, and this month at Hart Wholesale we're focusing on the kitchen, as this room is probably the most used in every house. We have talked about making general plans and fitting the sink, but what about the cabinets?  They provide space to keep both food and utensils and at the same time shape the style of the whole kitchen. Here we have some tips that will help you impress your clients!

How to Fit a Shower

By Martin Hart on Fri 06 March 2020

A shower is one of the most important fixtures in a home, as it is part of a place where we spend a lot of time: the bathroom. Installing a shower is done in two steps: installing the tray and then the cubicle. 

Thinking Big: 4 Top Tips to Remodel a Small Bathroom

By Martin Hart on Fri 06 March 2020

Many houses have one big bathroom the whole family likes to use and then a small toilet downstairs no one seems to care much about – precisely because of its size. Sometimes they don’t even consider remodelling it because they have assumed it is not even worth the expense.


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