Thanks to everyone who has posted jobs on Tradesmen.ie posting approximately 210,000
jobs helping to create and sustain employment in the Irish Economy. We hope that you have a happy Christmas and a fantastic New Year filled with promise and opportunity!
Our office will be closed for Christmas from Friday 23rd of December and re-opening
on Wednesday 4th of January but you can post jobs throughout the Christmas on
our website at www.tradesmen.ie and they will be sent out every day except Christmas Day and Sundays. Email and text messages will be checked throughout the Christmas Holidays.
As we arrive at the shortest day of the year, it seems a good time to explore how to make the most of natural lighting in your home. In this post, I’m going to explore how you can maximise the amount of light coming into your home, be it through large or small windows.
The advantages of natural light and sunshine are plentiful: energy savings, puts us in a good mood and helps us to be more productive. However, if you don’t want to or can’t afford going down the route of installing larger windows or glass pitch roofs, here’s some tips on increasing whatever amount of natural light comes in:-
here is a video testimonial we received a while ago from Vincent Kelly, Abbey Street, Dublin 1. Vincent posted a job on Tradesmen.ie and was very happy with the result. You can see the video feedback below:-
It has been mild for the last couple of days but was freezing cold last week and my thoughts turned to how people can improve the insulation of their homes as well as reduce their heating costs. Here are 7 Ways To Reduce Heating Costs & Keep Your Home Cosy this Winter:-
Are you looking around your house wondering where you’re going to put the Christmas tree? If your house feels a little like it is bursting at the seams and you know that adding the Christmas decorations is going to make it feel cluttered, then you need to do a clear out before you drag those decorations down from the attic.
I’m tackling my house at the moment. It started because we’re swopping bedrooms around so it’s the perfect excuse to do a clear out when emptying wardrobes but now I’ve extended it to downstairs too. Here’s my tips for doing it as painlessly and quickly as possible:-
here are the results and video of our November Draw 2016. Each month we have a draw for everyone who hires a tradesman and provides feedback. So not only do you get up to 4 quotes from Rated Tradesmen but you also are in with a chance to win a cash prize as well!
The draw for everyone who hired a tradesman and provided feedback in the month of October was held on November 30th. The results are as follows:-
It’s not December yet but with the Late Late Toy Show on next Friday night, I’d imagine lots of families will be getting their tree and the decorations in place to have the house looking festive and adding to the Christmassy atmosphere. No one wants to end up in A & E or even experience any small accidents when decorating so here’s eight safety tips to ensure that while the house looks suitably festive, you’re all hale, hearty and feeling safe and cosy while watching the Toy Show:-
here is a video testimonial we received a while ago from Aine Nally, Cabra, Dublin 7. Aine posted a job on Tradesmen.ie and was very happy with the result. You can see the video feedback below:-
Your “little girl” is growing up, she’s now a teen girl and wants a bedroom revamp. She may even have decided there will be no pink in her new room design. In all likelihood, you won’t have that much say in the paint colours although she may seek approval for her own choices. She will need a room that is multi-functional even if it is small. A space for sleep, a zone to relax with friends and an area to study, not forgetting storage for clothes, shoes, sports or hobbies equipment and books.