Globes were described in wattage, ie 40W, 60W, 100W this is the actual power consumed, not the brightness. Lumens (lm) is the right term for brightness. Read More . . .
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Gardeners can be very partisan when it comes to naming their favourite tool, but few will deny the absolute indispensability of a good pair of hand pruners. You can get by with a good pair of scissors or flower shears for soft stems, but sooner or later you're going to have to get in there and trim, prune or hack back hard, woody stems and you'll be glad you have the appropriate tool. Read More . . .
With the ever increasing cost of food, growing your own vegetables is both economically sensible and creatively satisfying.
The high price of vegetables has made many more gardeners keen to grow their own veggies. Veggies that can still be sown for harvesting before winter are beetroot, carrots, lettuce and spinach. Crops like broad beans, peas, broccoli, cabbage as well as cauliflower will be ready for picking towards the end of winter or early spring. Read More . . .
The massive decline in the exchange rate has started to affect the price of 80% of Hardware products. Even locally manufactured product has imported components which have resulted in price increases ranging from 10% to 30%. Read More . . .
By simply cleaning gutters and down-pipes this will allow water to flow and as the pooling of water/rainfall accounts for around 80% of roof leaking problems Read More . . .
Be sure to check mowers and lawn-cutting equipment. Read More . . .
This year has been a very dry start to summer. We have many solutions to make your watering/irrigation easy and effective without spending a fortune. This is a fantastic and easy DIY project. Read More . . .