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12th Job on Brixham New Development

I seem to be spending a lot of time on the Berry Head Park development, in Brixham.

This is the 12th job I’ve completed on this stylish new estate.  Almost all of them have been for White Wood Venetians, either with or without ladder tapes.  They seem to suit the house design perfectly and look stunning.

If you would like a quote, or just some advice, then give me a call or fill out the form on this page and I will get back to you within 24 hours.

Splash Of Colour!

One of my many jobs on the Berry Head Park development, in Brixham, saw not every window covered in wood venetians, for a change.

The customer did have 11 wood venetians, but in the kitchen/dining area went for 2 verticals, in a strong blue colour, matching the vibrant splash back to her sink unit.

If you would like a quote, then give me a call, or fill out the form on this page and I will get back to you within 24 hours.

New Look For Retired Couple

A retired couple in Paignton wanted to do away with their tired looking net curtains.

They decided to upgrade to Verticals throughout their bungalow and were very pleased with the new look.  A change of type of window dressings can really transform a room, or even a whole house.

If you would like a quote, or just some advice, then give me a call or fill out the form on this page and I will get back to you within 24 hours.

Dave Musgrove Blinds to the rescue!

During the recent hot spell, 2 seagull chicks fell from next door’s roof.  After a couple of days of being dive bombed by the parents I went to investigate.  Unfortunately one of the chicks hadn’t survived, but one had.  It did however appear to have a damaged wing.

On calling the RSPCA I was advised to try and catch the chick and place in a box for collection, within 24 hours.  Not easy, with the constant dive bombing, with claws out, but I managed it, with the help of my partner and a golf umbrella.

The RSPCA duly collected the chick the following morning and after a couple of days the mother eventually went away.  As a Torbay resident, not a great fan of seagulls, but it’s hard to leave a young helpless chick to suffer and possibly be taken by a cat or other animal.

Meanwhile if you would like a quote or some advice on Blinds give me a ring or fill out the form on this page for a call back.

 

Whole house refurbishment

Recently a customer bought an older house and then proceeded to completely gut it and start from scratch.

The final touch was the fitting of Vertical Blinds at every window.  Blackout upstairs in the bedrooms and a patterned white everywhere else.

Their new home is now ready to move into.  If you would like a quote, or just some advice, then give me a ring, or fill out the form on this page for a call back.

Father’s Day present

I got a bit of a surprise this Father’s Day.

My sons, Matt & Nick got me a personalised registration for my, still, nearly new van.

The significance of the 59 is the year of my birth as well as being my age this year.  Thanks boys.

Meanwhile if you would like a quote, or just some advice, then give me a ring or fill out the form on this page for a call back.

 

UK’s smallest city

On our recent holiday in South West Wales we visited the city of St Davids.  Apparently the smallest city in the UK, both by population and size.

By far the biggest building is the cathedral, a stunning building with the ruins of the Bishop’s palace next door.  Both being over 1500 years old!  Meanwhile if you would like a quote, or just some advice, then give me a ring or fill out the from on this page for a call back.

 

 

 

Night off at the Theatre

I recently went to the Princess Theatre, in Torquay, for an evening with Aggers & Tuffers.  That is ex England cricketers turned commentators Jonathan Agnew & Phil Tuffnell.  It was a very entertaining night with some very funny stories from their careers.  Phil Tuffnells description of how he played fast bowling was particularly amusing.  As he demonstrated, it basically saw him jumping around with arms and legs flailing, head turned away and bat wafting somewhere in the air.  He referred to it as “I then played my preferred shot to a fast bowler”.  I went alone, as it was a present from my partner.  Needless to say she is not a cricket fan!  Meanwhile if you would like a quote, or some advice, on Blinds fill out the form on this page and I will get back to you.