Top DIY Websites


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Is your wardrobe falling apart? Does your shower leak when you use it and thepeople living downstairs keep complaining about it? Are you in need of a new drill to place a hanger on the wall? Whether it’s a small or big job you need to do, you can find great deals and home improvements advice on the net. All you need is a computer and an internet connection, and you can start resolving the issues in your house that have been bothering you for ages.

 

There are plenty of good websites you can choose from. Here are a selection of some of them. 

1. B&Q

One of the most famous chain companies that specialise in DIY. They sell goods both for indoor and outdoor, as well as offering ideas and services on their website. They also have a permanent clearance section where you can pick up a bargain. www.diy.com.

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 2. Wickes

A well organised website for your home improvements. The site is divided into different sections, which makes it easy to search and find what you need. They continuously add discounts available only when purchased online. Don’t panic, though. You can choose for your good to be delivered at your door, or collect it at the store and they also offer free returns to store if you are not 100% satisfied with the product. www.wickes.co.uk

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 3. Homebase

A simple and fresh website design for another DIY company in UK that helps you deal with your home improvements. They are currently offering summer deals for your garden. Starting from as little as a stepladder for £19.99, to a 3 seater garden hammock for 109. www.homebase.co.uk

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 4. London DIY Centre

You may not have heard about London DIY centre, but this little private company based in Leyton (London) can certainly provide anything you need. Particularly,their website is replete with hundreds of items at low costs, as well as delivery options (subject to conditions) and other services, such as keys cut and a wide range of brands you can choose from (e.g. DeWalt, Irwin, Knipex,Refina, etc.) www.londondiycentre.co.uk

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 5. Robert Dyas

“Clever solutions for your home and garden”; this slogan says it all. Not only can you find DIY articles, but you also have a big selection of items from one of the best and well-known trademarks in the market. It might not be the cheapest company out there, but if you are after good quality products and you believe that ‘you get what you pay for’, then don’t search any further. Labels include: Russell Hobbs, Nespresso, Hoover and Brita, just to mention a few. www.robertdyas.co.uk

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