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7 points to consider when buying physical security barriers

  • Posted: Jun 13, 2016
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7 points to consider when buying physical security barriers

There is quite a broad selection of retractable security barriers available on the market today. This can make it a daunting task to decide which style offers the best value for money and suits your personal requirements. On top of these two considerations, there are actually several elements that most people don’t normally think about until after their money is spent and the products are installed.

In many cases, security barriers are installed in haste. The most common reasons for this are:

  • Moving into a new home where there is inadequate or no security
  • Renovating or making additions to the home
  • Break ins either in your own home or in your neighbourhood

Even if one or more of the above reasons apply to you right now, try not to make a hasty decision about your security. The experts from Titandor offer some practical tips to ensure that you choose the best possible applications for your home.

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Concrete living – a beautiful trend

  • Posted: Jun 08, 2016
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Concrete living – a beautiful trend

Exposed concrete is a strong new trend in interior design that is exploding all over the world. It’s a bold look that can work for a range of different home and living décor styles. It’s also incredibly versatile as you can go for the full industrial look or get high contrast with soft furnishings.

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Small renovations with big resale value – the buyer’s perspective

  • Posted: May 09, 2016
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Small renovations with big resale value – the buyer’s perspective

If you’re thinking about putting your house on the market in the near future, then it’s a good idea to take a look around and see what needs fixing or cleaning up. A fresh coat of paint inside and out is always the first place to start. This instantly refreshes your home and gives a well looked after feel. When considering what renovations to do, always think about things from the buyer’s perspective.

It make sense to put in a little bit of work so that you can get the full value of your home, if not more. However, it’s important to put the work into areas that potential buyers will either see easily or specifically go looking for.

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