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A Hidden Secret when Decorating your Home

Why should you consider decorating your home this season

Are you considering redecorating your house? There are many reasons to change the outlook of your house. People re-decorate for many reasons.

For some people it could be that they have not re-decorated in many years and fancy a change to how their house looks. When a house looks newly done up, it can give you pride especially when your friends come around and are impressed by the new look.

There can be other reasons, such as if you are considering selling your house, you may wish to add value and make it more attractive to prospective buyers. Whatever your reason for re-decorating your house a fresh change to the decor is always a good idea.

The hidden secret revealed

There are many things to consider when decorating. There is replacing the wallpaper, painting the walls, re-tiling the bathroom or kitchen and replacing the wooden flooring or carpet.

What people often neglect though is the replacing of skirting boards. Skirting boards rarely get replaced even though they do not match the decor of the house. The old skirting boards often do not match the interior design of a newly done up house spoiling the look of the room. For example if you just painted your walls white you ideally would like white skirting boards to match the colour scheme. Even when they become damaged with tear and wear people still often neglect them.

Skirting boards come in many different shapes and colours so it will be easy to find a replacement for your existing skirting boards.

Why skirting board heating in your home is a brilliant idea

What a lot of people do not realise, is that as well as helping to improve the look of a house, there are skirting boards on the market that heat your home. Skirting board heaters look exactly the same as standard skirting boards, they come in many variations such as white, oak, carbon black, silver birch amongst many others. They heat your house and are a good alternative to central heaters freeing up space at the same time.

Martin Wadsworth

As survivor of BBC’s Dragons’ Den, Martin has built over 100 properties in the North West, including on a flood plain in Cheshire. He has over 12 patents in his name for industrial products, including 6 in plumbing in heating.