Splashback Solutions for Your Bathroom and Kitchens

Trends are changing and if you are looking to build a home, you need to keep yourself updated. Not only will a good splashback add style to your living space. It will also save you from unnecessary repairs and cleaning. A splashback is used in covering places such as the bathroom sink as well as the kitchen benchtop to accommodate splashing substances. The splashbacks are always easy to clean and waterproof meaning that anything which splashes on them can be easily washed. [Read More]

How to Fit More People Into Your Restaurant With a Commercial Renovation

When you own a restaurant or a pub, the number of customers you can fit into your establishment has a direct impact on how much money you can make. Whilst you don't want people to be bumping elbows, you may want to explore a few creative ways to fit more people into your space. If you're thinking about a commercial renovation with a company like Randstar Building Services, consider the following ideas. [Read More]

How to Choose Between Electric and Water-Based Underfloor Heating

Fitting underfloor heating is becoming increasingly popular among people performing home renovations, and it isn't too hard to see why. Underfloor heating can lower your energy bills and make your floors far comfier to walk on — it can even minimize the need for radiators, opening up the walls of your property. But before you move forward with underfloor heating, you'll need to decide whether to use an electric system or a water-based one. [Read More]

4 Reasons to Consider Zinc Benchtops for Your Kitchen

If you're searching for the right kitchen benchtops, you've probably encountered a fair few materials. From natural stone to engineered stone and from stainless steel to timber, there are plenty of options. However, one material you might not have encountered is zinc. It's not a common choice, but it's becoming more popular with homeowners, and here are just four reasons why. 1. Stunning Appearance Maybe you've considered chrome or stainless steel for your kitchen but find the appearance a little too sterile. [Read More]