Lee Jones Blog
A beautifully landscaped garden is a source of pride to the owners of the house. A professional landscaper helps you design and build your gardens as well as maintain them.
The nights are getting a little longer and there’s hint of warm breeze in the air. It’s almost t-shirt weather, and we all know what that means: spring is finally here. The flower buds are beginning to poke their heads out of the ground, and it’s a little easier to get up in the morning! It’s time to take advantage of the extra daylight and tackle those DIY jobs. Spring is a great time to get your house in ship-shape, just in time for summer. We’ve pulled together our favourite Spring DIY projects for you today.
If you’re looking to protect your walls against the elements, and let’s face it, here in the UK we do get some pretty harsh weather conditions, applying render is a pretty good way of doing so. Not only will it protect the wall against harsh weather, it will also provide an aesthetic appeal and will help to really improve the appearance of the wall itself. Small scale rendering can be done yourself, although it’s highly recommended that you speak to a professional builder and get their opinion, and perhaps their help, before you take on any rendering work yourself. Here’s a very basic step by step guide on how to render a wall using the traditional sand and cement/lime method.