Revitalising Your Kitchen

Posted by & filed under Guides.

A new kitchen can give your home a fresh new look, but it can also be a costly and time consuming process.  An alternative would be to replace cupboard doors and worktops, which can give your existing kitchen a whole new lease of life. Bridge Timber have been supplying high quality kitchen worktops to households… Read more

How to Fit UPVC Decorative Cladding

Posted by & filed under Guides.

What is UPVC Decorative Cladding? It is UPVC panel that is fitted to the wall and/or ceiling to created a stylish waterproof finish to a room. They do not need grouting or maintenance – just a surface wipe down. Wall and ceiling panels are for internal use only. When installed and maintained, as per manufactures… Read more

Give Your Home A New Look By Installing New External Doors And Replacing Internal Doors

Posted by & filed under Blog, Guides.

Although remodelling homes to improve their visual appeal is a common exercise nowadays, not many people consider replacing internal doors as a major remodelling exercise. Just like replacing external doors, one can greatly improve the internal appearance of the house by simply changing the existing internal doors. Before doing so, it is important to consider… Read more

Solid Worktops That Will Modernise Your Kitchen

Posted by & filed under Guides.

Kitchen Worktop Ideas: Solid Worktops That Will Modernise Your Kitchen A kitchen makeover is an easy way to completely revitalise an important area of your home, and by fitting new solid worktops, you can transform the feel of your whole kitchen, even on a restricted budget – we touched on how to revitalise your kitchen… Read more

Choosing & Fitting A Worktop In Your Kitchen

Posted by & filed under Guides.

Fitting A Kitchen Worktop: How To Choose & Prepare Modern kitchen worktops are extremely hardwearing. They are often referred to as Formica worktops, however Formica is merely a branded name for a decorative layer of material which is coated and protected by a melamine top layer. They are made using a high density chipboard core… Read more