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7 Biggest Mistakes Made When Refurbishing a Home

Here are the 7 biggest mistakes made when using builders

Don’t choose the wrong builder. Choose the right builder, one that has passion and attention to detail. A proven track record. Ask to see a property the builder has recently refurbished.
Do not automatically accept the cheapest quote. You need to remember that good quality materials and […]

By |July 21st, 2014|Building|0 Comments

Bathroom Ideas

I’d rather be able to face myself in the bathroom mirror than be rich and famous – Ani DiFranco
Your bathroom is one of the places you spend a lot of time in – it should be special, here are some other reasons you should renovate your bathroom:
More value to your home

Often times when people […]

By |November 7th, 2012|Building|0 Comments

Notting Hill, London – Refurbishment by Alexander Baxter Ltd

Our Client wanted a complete refurbishment on their property whilst they were away for three months.

They specifically said that they did not want to return to the work unfinished. Of course all works were completed in time.

Our client was delighted and actually cried on the phone when we spoke to them on  their return (through happiness) […]

By |October 23rd, 2012|Building|1 Comment

Its Never Been a Better Time to Buy a Prime London Property

Property prices in prime central London locations jumped by 0.7 per cent to a new record in May as wealthy Europeans flocked to the capital looking for a safe haven for their money amid the Eurozone crisis.

Last month’s increase means the prices of prime London houses are now 47.3 per cent higher than at […]

By |August 24th, 2012|Building, General, Investment|0 Comments

Best design practises

A couple of weeks ago, I got an email from a division of one of the country’s best known direct marketing agencies, informing me that I’d been identified from within their database as a technology buyer and influencer, and that certain criteria led them to conclude that their clients would also like to contact […]

By |August 23rd, 2012|Building, General|0 Comments