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  • 20/03/2017 13:56 0

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    What on Earth is a Tubular Latch?
    This is a question I am often asked by our customers. A tubular latch is the part that keeps the door which closes when you pull the handle or turn the mortice knob. Without it, the door would simply not stay closed. The tubular latch is often referred to as a mortice latch or tubular mortice latch.Mortice means that is fitted into a hole or recess in the wooden door. So why are there so many different types of latches on our e-Hardware website?Read More
  • 06/03/2017 07:03 0

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    Posted in Help and Advice By Nigel

    Like any other piece of furniture in your home, your door needs to be affordable, practical and stylish. Door handles are a big part of that.

    Hello there! Nigel here.

    Door handles can make a huge difference to your home. They may be small details, but they’re the kind of details which you instantly notice when you get it wrong. No-one wants to spend more than they need to, no-one wants a door handle which looks at odds with the rest of the room, and you especially don’t want one which doesn’t work properly. So, to avoid these headaches and keep your doors looking fresh, here are some top tips for choosing your door handle.

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  • 13/02/2017 07:11 0

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    Hello, Nigel here! I thought this time I would have a look at some recognisable doors around the world. Believe or not, doors aren't always just the simple things we use to enter and exit the home each day. They have, throughout time, been symbolic. Take the doors of Dublin, painted with bright colours and decorated with elaborate door furniture to rebel against the strict architectural guidelines of the Georgian era. Or the Feng Shui belief that a red door brings positive energy into the home.

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  • Protecting your home from theft is not as simple as double locking the front door or buying a high-security padlock for the shed. You have to assume that burglars are calculated and perceptive, so there are many precautionary measures you should take to keep your home safe and secure.

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  • As temperatures fall below zero, leaving the house becomes more and more of a burden. Any short spell of sunlight is a beacon of hope amidst this freezing start to 2017. For many of us, all we want to do is lock the front door and stay at home, away from the rain and the bitter cold. What this bad weather does bring is additional time at home, but that's not everyone's cup of tea. So how can we remain productive and proactive during these long days stuck indoors?Read More
  • 23/01/2017 11:34 0

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    Posted in Help and Advice By Nigel

    When preparing your home against burglary, the first thing you think of is securing your property and all possible access points that a burglar may utilise. However, your outdoor area is also at risk. Burglars know that there are valuable belongings around your house as well as in it, so some things need to be locked away.

    They may not feel like the most sentimental or costly items, but when you consider how much you spent and how much you use them, things in the garage or shed, for example, are often worth as much or more than those valuables indoors. Here are a few tips on improving security and protecting your outbuildings with padlocks, lock vaults and more.

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  • 09/01/2017 11:22 1

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    Posted in Help and Advice By Nigel

    Our homes are central to our lives. They’re just about the most important material possession we own and, without a doubt, where we feel most comfortable and act ourselves. We walk out of the front door and into the world before returning to our home at night, almost every single day. It is where we sleep, eat, relax and socialise. Homes are our safe havens; the place we feel most calm and at ease.

    For all these reasons and more, home safety is essential. Without a secure home, you cannot feel completely assured and, therefore, not completely comfortable either. Security helps us to feel relaxed and makes a home the inviting safe haven that we look forward to going to bed in each night. Security and comfort are essential aspects of life and without an adequately secure home, we cannot properly wind down after a day's work.

    Here are a few security issues that dictate if a home really feels homely and, more importantly, what you can do about them...

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  • The turn of the year is a time for change. It’s the chance to start off the new year from scratch, improve your lifestyle and redefine yourself and your surroundings. However, only 8% of people actually stick to their New Year’s resolutions. One resolution that is practical and achievable is household improvement. We can all give our home some new year care and attention whether it’s upgrading your front door and front door furniture or completely renovating your kitchen. The best part is that this isn’t a New Year’s resolution that you have to spend the rest of the 364 days persevering with. From looking after your front door furniture and windows to decluttering and sustainable living, here are a few tips to help you improve your home in 2017…

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  • 26/12/2016 12:46 0

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    If you’re selling your property, or just looking to improve its value, your home’s exterior is the first place you should assess. The walk up to the front door and how comfortable people feel approaching your home will immediately shape their first impression. If you’ve got a neglected door and entryway with rusty door furniture and overgrowing plants it’s quite obviously not going to have the most positive impact! Imagine it like you would a job interview. Employers make their decisions on job applicants in the opening few minutes, judging initial contact and appearance. Homebuyers aren’t so different and won’t take long to think “this house looks the business”, or think “this place is going to need a lot of work.”Read More
  • 19/12/2016 12:41 0

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    Christmas is a jolly time of the year, but also a hectic one! Everything begins getting you in the mood weeks before even December has arrived. From television adverts to supermarkets and communal decorations, everything seems to encourage that festive cheer. There is always, however, those few that absolutely deck their houses in decorations and, dare we say it, go a tad over the top. One of the nicest ways to celebrate the Christmas period is by decorating your front door for guests to see. There are a great variety of ways to decorate your door and front door furniture to encourage that Christmas spirit. Here, we’ve broken down five ways it can be done…Read More

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