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Latest issue of DIY Week available to read online

Published: 9 November 2020 - Neil Mead
 

The latest issue of DIY Week has been published and is now available to read online here

Features in this issue include:

  • News - The latest headlines and breaking news from across the home improvement and garden sectors
  • Kitchens & Bathrooms - Easy ways to make the bathroom feel brighter this autumn The future of home design post-pandemic
  • Hardware & Plumbing - There was significant growth in the pipes & fittings market last year and online plumbing sales increased
  • Garden Offices - Advice for customers looking to build a garden office or transform a garden shed into their new work space
  • Home Extensions - Five ways your customers can let plenty of natural light into their home extension

Back issues of DIY Week are also available to read online here.

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