1. Hello world!

    Welcome to Magento 2 Blog extension by Magefan. This is your first post. Edit or delete it, then start blogging!

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  2. The Irish Insulation FAQ

    Here are some of the most common questions we are asked at Build4Less.ie relating to insulation so we decided to answer them for you. Read more »
  3. Preparing For Winter: Top DIY Projects for Autumn

    As Summer comes to an end, it’s time to start looking ahead for the upcoming winter months. Autumn is an ideal time to start preparing for winter. The weather is still warm enough for you to work outside without feeling too cold. Take advantage of these preparation months by looking at some of the top DIY projects Read more »
  4. Toolbox Essentials: Every Tool that Should Be in Your Home

    When approaching any project, it’s important to remember that there is a “tool for every job.” If you ever walked into a hardware store or browsed the collection of tools available on our site, this quote becomes easily understandable. If you’re only starting to assemble your toolbox, the task can seem complex and overwhelming. Don’t let the fear prevent you from starting. Take a look at what every builder should have in their toolbox. This list will allow you to tackle most home projects with ease. Read more »
  5. A Buyer's Guide to Power Washers

    Spring cleaning is often associated with organising and tidying up around the house. And getting a home ready for the summer months involves a strong focus on gardens and decking. However, a deep clean of the exterior of a house can’t be done without some form of power washing. While a power washer can be rented, the variety of tasks it can accomplish make it a necessary addition to your tool shed. Read more »
  6. Father's Day Gift Guide

    Finding the perfect Father’s Day Gift, can be a difficult task but it doesn’t have to be. If your dad is a builder or has a love for DIY, then our Father’s Day Gift Guide can help to provide you with some ideas on what to get your dad for Father’s Day. Read more »
  7. How to Get Your Garden Ready for Summer

    Summer is a wonderful time for spending time at home relaxing in the back garden with family and friends. With warmer weather already starting, now is the time to start getting the garden ready for the summer season. With these tips below, you’ll have your back garden in perfect condition before Summer officially starts. Read more »
  8. Everything You Need to Know About Xtratherm Floor Insulation

    On 1st November 2019, new building regulations were put into effect. These regulations require that all new homes are Nearly Zero Energy Buildings (NZEB). This means that homes will be completed with a high energy performance and requires that the home’s energy will mostly come from renewable energy sources. The long term benefits to these regulations are great for homeowners and the environment. Consider this, NZEB homes will have an A2 rating which means that they will emit 70 percent less carbon emissions than similar homes constructed in 2005. Read more »
  9. The Builder’s Guide to Timber Decking

    The weather outside is chilly but the winter frost is slowly starting to melt away. And dreams of long evenings out on the deck can become a reality. To help ensure that your dreams are realised, it's important to make sure that your deck is in good condition now. A deck that is of good quality is expected to last for around 15 years. Wood decks require annual maintenance and if not treated properly, residents will discover that the lifespan of their deck may drop drastically. If you’re curious about replacing, repairing, or starting to build a deck from scratch, this guide will answer your questions with our builder’s tips. Read more »
  10. How To Save Money and Keep Your Home Warm

    When it comes to keeping your home warm during the colder months, the first thought that comes to mind is, “Is my heating effective?” The most substantial way to improve the heating in every home is through ensuring that it’s properly insulated. More than around 35% of heat is lost through the walls of an insulated home. But before considering adding or upgrading your insulation, consider these options for keeping your home warm.

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