How much a locksmith costs depends on what you want done, the time of day, and how far they have had to travel. Find out more here.
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Hi 👋 from the home improvement experts at The Page. Our Advice page is the one-stop-shop for everyone, whether you’ve just bought your first home, you’re an old timer who knows a trick or two yourself, or you’re just curious, hoping to get on the property ladder soon.
We provide data and advice about the industry and also specific job types e.g. kitchen and bathroom installs. The goal being that you’re as up to speed as possible when having conversations with tradespeople, giving you the highest chance of success.
The majority of cleaners quote per hour, but how much do they charge? Our guide details how much you can expect to pay for various cleaning services.
When the time comes to hire an electrician, it’s important to know how much you can expect to pay. Our handy guide is here to help.
If you have a smashed window, are looking for new glass to be installed or are simply wondering how much a glazier costs, then read this.
There is a lot that goes into the cost of hiring a builder in the UK, but our helpful guide will take you through the process.
There’s a less expensive way to give your kitchen a new, more updated look – a kitchen facelift. Find out the costs involved here.
If you’re in London and on the hunt for a plumber for your project and wondering just how much they charge per hour, then read this article
One of the most commonly seen codes to be displayed is the F22. This article will explain what it means and how to fix it.
A new bathroom could certainly add value to your property. Find out how much it costs and what it could add to your sale price.
If you’re considering replacing your current form of heating and hot water and wondering how much a boiler costs, then have a read of this.
New bathroom costs depend on its size, the materials and whether you’re aiming for a basic remodel or a full make-over. Find out more here.
If your boiler is displaying an F29 code you won’t have any central heating or hot water until it’s fixed! Find out what to do here.