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1 December 2003

Advice, Q&As, suppliers, and step-by-step guides to DIY
Anyone planning home improvements of any kind should first check out a new website that claims to tell you anything and everything you could possibly need to know on the subject.

The site, www.improvewithus.com, has advice on all aspects of home improvements for kitchens, bathrooms, conservatories and double glazing. There are planning tips, information on buying wisely, useful articles, a question and answer facility, DIY links and a suppliers directory with companies listed by region.

One of the first articles, Consumer Help, not only gives advice on choosing home improvements but also provides links to organisations and federations that can steer consumers towards the right home improvement decisions.

Current articles include features on laying laminate flooring, hanging wallpaper and choosing effective colour combinations. New articles will be added to the site on a regular basis, building it into the definitivea home improvement ‘bible’.

4 November 2003

Information on top-class domestic, botanical and music glasshouses

A newly-launched crème de la crème of conservatory websites claims to offer links to the best sites and finest products around the world.

www.conservatories.org is a free resource for anyone interested in conservatories of all kinds – domestic, botanical or music. The site not only has links to domestic conservatory suppliers and related sites – for example, about planning permission – but also provides browsers with the opportunity, for example, to take a virtual tour of the Birmingham Botanical Gardens and Glasshouses.

Suppliers and visitor attractions cannot pay to be included on the site. The editorial team previews potential submissions and accepts only well-designed sites that are trusted sources of information for internet browsers.

Web editor Barry Dunlop said: “There are lots of sub-standard websites and browsers often give up in exasperation. This site aims to lead them straight to the very best, each one hand-picked for excellence.”

3 November 2003

Agency lists, safety tips, agony uncle, compatibility tests and bookstore
The modern dating game has taken a quantum leap forward with the launch of a new website that provides a comprehensive range of practical information for single people seeking a partner.

Not confined to online dating, www.love-match-uk.com gives advice and information on all aspects of finding romance and, subsequently, on keeping the flame of love burning brightly.

As a starting point, there are lists of dating agencies throughout the UK, sorted by county and given star ratings by the site manager, as well as agencies in seven other countries. This is combined with sound advice on what to look for in an online dating site or personal introduction agency.

The website goes much further, however, with tips on safety, first date do’s and don’ts, compatibility tests, articles and a book store. There is even an ‘agony uncle’ facility in the form of Doc Love, a US talk show host and men’s lifestyle coach.

And for browsers who want to take things a step further there is a sister site, www.lovematch121.com, containing details of thousands of people interested in online dating, romance or friendship. This free site claims a commitment to keeping all profiles genuine, with all applicants checked out before being accepted.

Both sites offer unrivalled benefits, according to site manager Barry Dunlop.

“Meeting the right person has become increasingly difficult in this fast-moving, sometimes inhospitable social environment,” he said. “Growing numbers of people are turning to dating agencies but many are nervous about taking the plunge.

“These two sites tell them everything they need to know about safe and easy dating and even give them the opportunity to meet like-minded people. We say that the lovematch121 site is like popping into a local wine bar except that, in this case, you don’t need a friend to go in with you.

3 September 2003

Adjustable steel bases save time, money and mess

A revolutionary approach to the construction of conservatory bases is not only saving consumers time and money but also minimising the disruption that has formerly been a big factor in a conservatory build.

The new concept involves a strong, steel custom-built base that is quick and easy to install. Suitable for DIY conservatory builders as well as the professionals, the Durabase can be used for all types of conservatory and is even ideal for uneven or sloping site.

Full details of Durabase are available on a new website, www.conservatory-base.com, which also offers additional practical information about planning and building a conservatory.

Website spokeswoman Aafke Krol said: “In a nutshell, these steel bases take the all the strain – and mess – out of the base construction. They eliminate the need for digging foundations, importing rubble, mixing cement and all those other jobs that can make laying a conservatory base so messy and time-consuming.

“It’s so easy that you could even dismantle it with the conservatory and re-erect it elsewhere!”

15  May 2003

Survey shows 'somewhere for the children' top reason for extra room
As recent figures from the British Bankers Association reveal that fewer than one in three property loans are for house purchases, conservatories and loft conversions top the shopping list as the boom in borrowing continues.

With space at a premium a survey conducted by the world's leading conservatory website, www.conservatoriesonline.com, shows that a substantial 26% of householders adding a conservatory want it primarily as a room for their children.

Close behind are 'to use as a breakfast room' and 'to use as a dining room', each chalking up 20% of the votes. A further 8% want a conservatory as somewhere to entertain and hold parties and a similar percentage choose to add a conservatory as a hobbies room. Perhaps surprisingly, only 2% wanted a conservatory as somewhere for plants.

Of the remaining 16%, many preferred to keep their reasons secret but there were one or two unusual uses planned. One home-owner wants a conservatory as a meeting place for her yoga class while another claimed to need the additional space to house his spider collection!

1 May 2003

Website offers step-by-step guide to planning, design and supply
The first step for any householders thinking of renovating their bathroom is to click onto www.bathroom-buyers-guide.com - a website packed with practical information on every aspect of bathroom planning, design and supply.

With advice on fixtures and fittings, flooring, walls, storage and lighting plus a range of useful tips, the user-friendly website acts as a step-by-step manual that guides the browser through the process of decision making. And with details of suppliers around the UK included, the site even takes the leg-work out of sourcing products.

What's more, there is a facility to ask questions online so, even if you can't find the information you're looking for, there's an opportunity to pick the brains of someone who has the answer!

12 February 2003

Site attracts hundreds of questions - and answers! - within first few weeks
Consumers with queries relating to home improvements are flocking to a newly-launched website that aims to find answers to even the most difficult of questions.

www.ask-questions.com is a question and answer forum that covers conservatories, replacement windows, kitchens, bathrooms and other types of home improvement.

Among the questions asked so far are 'Who sells mini kitchens including fridge, microwave/hob and sink?', 'How do you judge the quality of uPVC systems?' and 'What can be done about condensation between the panes of glass on double glazed windows?' In all cases there are experts - or other consumers who have had a similar problem or experience - willing to come up with the answers.

And although the questions can be on any topic at all - there is one about UK street maps - apart from politics and religion, most centre on home improvements.

Site developer Barry Dunlop, whose home improvement websites include the ground-breaking www.conservatoriesonline.com, is delighted by the response to www.ask-questions.com.

He said: "We know from our other home improvements websites that people have all manner of queries, some fairly common, others quite obscure. We also know that there is always someone, somewhere with the answer. 

"This new site is a way of bringing both sides together. It's proving to be a phenomenal success - within three weeks of its launch in January, nearly 250 different topics had been generated, resulting in 476 answers. It looks like becoming the fount of all knowledge - and available to anyone with a computer at the touch of a button."

28 November 2002

No. 1 website runs 'Project of the Month' feature
The world's number one conservatory website is offering conservatory suppliers a free starring role on its website.

www.conservatoriesonline.com, which attracts up to 2,000 visitors a day, is incorporating a 'Project of the Month' feature, for which suppliers are invited to submit photographs together with some background information. The selected project will also be featured on the sister site www.conservatorybuyersguide.co.uk.

Criteria on which the projects are chosen include the design and use of the conservatory, any particular challenges or difficulties overcome during the construction and, last but not least, the quality of the photograph submitted.

Barry Dunlop, who heads up home improvement website specialist eBuilders - owners of the two sites carrying the feature - will make the selection each month from the projects submitted.

"It's a great opportunity for suppliers to demonstrate their capabilities to their exact target audience," he said.

Conservatoriesonline.com, launched two years ago, has produced thousands of leads resulting in millions of pounds-worth of revenue for suppliers taking advantage of free listings on the site, buying low-cost hyperlinks to their own sites and taking banner advertisements.

Suppliers who want to submit projects for consideration can contact eBuilders on 01603 899910 for more details or use our contact form above.

13 November 2002

Website offers free samples, free delivery and three-week trial period
Anyone seeking cane furniture can now go straight to a dedicated website that not only showcases a wide range of products but also gives tips on choosing and maintenance.

www.conservatory-cane-furniture.co.uk, a sister site to the groundbreaking www.conservatoriesonline.com, has teamed up with a leading cane furniture specialist, to give consumers access to everything they need to know before making a purchase.

The site offers buyers the opportunity to request free fabric samples and includes free delivery of furniture - all ready-assembled - and a 7 day trial period in which to make a final purchasing decision.

Before buying, the website advises potential customers to:
  • Establish whether furniture is also suitable for use in the garden
  • Cover furniture when not in use
  • Check whether covers are removable for cleaning
  • Consider instal.ling usnblinds to reduce fading
  • Choose colours that blend with adjacent rooms
  • Ensure that furniture and cushions are fire-retardent

For more details visit the www.conservatory-cane-furniture.co.uk website.

1 February 2002


In the world of the web, the domain name is king and eBuilders, creator of the world's leading conservatory website, is currently trying on a new crown.

The company, whose www.conservatoriesonline.com site has notched up more than 210,000 unique visits since it was launched under two years ago, has secured the coveted domain name conservatories.com. This will now be used as eBuilders' portal site, offering consumers the ultimate 'doorway' to advice and information on conservatories and to other, related websites, enabling them to compare products at leisure.

"Generic domain names don't come cheap but after a very successful year we were able to afford the investment and, as the world's leading conservatory website, we felt justified in making the purchase," said managing director Barry Dunlop.

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