Friday, 31 January 2014

Kilwaughter K Rend North Wales

Kilwaughter K Rend North Wales
Richard Williams Builder’s Plumber’s and Timber Merchants are the leading stockists of Kilwaughter K Rend North Wales. They are also the leading suppliers of Kilwaughter K Rend in the North West of England.

Kilwaughter are global industry leading manufacturers of K Rend, Kilwaughter Lime and K Landscapes. K Rend is their personal brand and one of the most well-known products of its kind. Kilwaughter has been manufacturing K Rend for over 20 years and they are among the first render manufacturers to have achieved the Kitemark licence. This assures you of their products, safety, high quality and reliability.

Your local builder’s merchants Richard Williams are proud to stock K Rend and be the leading stockists for your region. Richard Williams have two branches in North Wales including our Llandudno Junction and Ruthin branch. The staff are always knowledgeable of our products and on hand to give you advice and assistance.

Richard Williams supply and deliver K rend throughout the North Wales area. 

When applying K Rend, to achieve the desired, most uniform result, it is recommended that you scrape the compete surface evenly with a scraping tool when the render is set but not hard and remove about 2mm. This helps deliver a uniform texture to your exterior render.

K Rend at Richard Williams is available in 20 standard colours. The most popular colours we usually have in stock but we can always order other colours in for you.

Richard Williams have a wide range of products for building and plumbing work. You can also select timber and take advantage of our cutting service in the timber yard. They have a brick matching service to help you achieve the idea effect in your renovation work. From K Rend to Garden Care we have everything you need for a spot of DIY or extensive building projects.

Thursday, 30 January 2014

Insurance Tips for Landlords in Liverpool

Landlord's Insurance Liverpool
Landlord’s insurance is a very important and vital part of protecting your business if you rent out your property or properties. When choosing your landlord’s insurance Liverpool you should look for a commercial insurance broker who specialises in a wide range of business insurance including Landlords Insurance.

Another important factor to consider is whether they understand your area or your company. Some larger insurers take a one size fits all approach to cover which sometimes does not suit smaller businesses, therefore it is better to choose a company that actually specialises in small to medium sized businesses in your area. This way they are more convenient if you wish to meet someone face to face to discuss your options and they can get a better idea of how your business works. They will also understand the area you are working in and what possible issues might affect your cover such as warranties etc.

The best way to get a good deal on your cover is to do research so you can understand the kind of cover you need and get a competitive insurance premium. Find insurers who are honest and transparent with their clients. If you do not understand your policy how can you know your legal responsibilities as a landlord and what situations you are covered for? The best business insurance specialists should stand by your company and help your policy grow with your business as well as explaining things like ‘rent guarantee’ and help you cover the cost of tenant eviction under special legal expenses policies.

Make sure the insurers you choose are Chartered Insurance Institute Qualified advisors. That way you know you are getting genuine, professional advice from trained staff.

The best companies will offer face to face meetings and let you talk to a real person rather than a machine.

Thursday, 2 January 2014

Different DIY Sealants

Building Supplies North Wales | Sealants
There is a wide choice of building supplies in North Wales available from your plumbers and builders merchants in Denbighshire. They can supply you with everything you need to crack on with all those pesky DIY jobs around the home. Sealants of various kinds are one of the most useful pieces of DIY equipment in your arsenal.

Sealants are used for so many different jobs and tasks. If you need to lay tiling, flooring or connect gutters you will require a sealant. Sealants are used in so many DIY jobs and that means there is a lot of difference between different kinds of sealants.

The variety of sealants available can be confusing if you are new to DIY. When collecting your required building supplies North Wales you can be confounded by all the cryptic sealant labels so before you buy the wrong kind it is good to get to grips with what they are all used for.

Sealants have many uses including internal DIY, such as fixing in windows or even electrical equipment. You will have probably recognised that sealants are frequently used in the bathroom because of all the tiling and particularly with glass door showers. When choosing a sealant for a bathroom DIY job look out for a fungicide in the ingredients. If it contains this then it is highly likely it is a sealant suitable for bathrooms as this is to help guard against the fungal attracting effects of damp commonly found in steamy environment such as your bathroom.

Sealants with a weatherproof seal in them are the best for exterior DIY. If you need to seal an exterior door or for joints in concrete then a sealant containing a weatherproof seal will be the most hardy and durable against the elements. Silicone sealants are ideal for both indoor and outdoor sealing but there many kinds of silicone sealants, including low modulus sealants and high modulus sealants. The former allows more movement are therefore will be better suited to exterior environments.

When you are looking for the right sealant you will find silicone based sealants to be the most commonly used for DIY jobs. In addition to ones suited just for indoor and outdoor sealing you can also acquire specialist silicone sealant. This may be required if the sealant is in use near food such as the sealant on a fridge. In the case of ovens you would require a high temperature resistant sealant and there are also nontoxic, waterproof sealants for fish tanks.

Other kinds of sealants include acrylic sealants. These are paintable and therefore preferred for filing around wood and door frames. They are less flexible than silicone so if the weather is unpleasant it is best not to apply them on exterior surfaces and wait for a drier day. Polymer sealants are considered useful for many applications and polyurethane sealants are the best water resistant sealants.

Rubberised sealants work well for your gutters and polysulphides are great is a watertight seal is necessary.

Understanding the job of the sealant will help you choose the best one for your DIY jobs but when in doubt always ask your local builder’s merchant before beginning a task.