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Can I trust a website for a reliable handyman?

We are looking for someone to do some home repairs for my elderly parentsEvery week a Guardian Money reader submits a question, and it’s up to you to help him or her out – a selection of the best answers will appear in next Saturday’s paper.In search of a handyman for my elderly parents I’ve been looking at various websites that promise “trusted” workers. Has anyone found a site that delivers good tradesmen, or should I ask the neighbours instead Continue reading......


Homebase cuts 300 jobs as more store closures loom

Third of head office roles axed as new owners reportedly consider closing up to 80 storesHomebase is cutting 300 jobs at its Milton Keynes head office amid speculation that up to 80 stores will close after its takeover by the restructuring specialist Hilco. The loss-making DIY chain was bought by the owner of HMV for £1 in a deal agreed in May after its previous Australian owner, Wesfarmers, pulled the plug on a “disastrous” venture into the UK. Related: Tell us: do you work in retail and are af...


Want to avoid cowboy builders? Here’s how to find a reliable one

We examine how the main websites that list tradespeople measure upForget sun, sand and sea. For many, this summer will be all about skips, cement and the builder’s drill. For those planning home improvements, the key question will be where they can find a reliable tradesperson.Some 45,000 people called Citizens Advice last year seeking help with their home improvement and maintenance problems, and the Federation of Master Builders estimates cowboy contractors cost the UK economy £10bn a yea...


Homebase sold to Hilco for £1 putting jobs and 60 stores at risk

Acquisition of DIY chain ‘an unbelievable disaster’ for Australian group WesfarmersHomebase has been sold to the restructuring specialist Hilco, the owner of HMV, for £1 as the DIY chain’s Australian owner pulls the plug on its disastrous venture into the UK, putting thousands of jobs at risk.Wesfarmers, which bought the business for £340m two years ago, said it was offloading the entire 250-store Homebase chain, which has a workforce of just over 11,000. Hilco’s UK division, set up in 2000, has...


'A pool in the basement is a clear marker of wealth': how the super-rich are digging down

In London’s richest boroughs vast subterranean enclaves are being carved out over several floors to house cars, wine, saunas and private nightclubs. How did underground living – once associated with poverty and disease – become an investment scheme for the uber-wealthyWith its eclectic fusion of Regency and mythological motifs, Havona House stands out amid the stucco-fronted Victorian townhouses in Notting Hill’s Pembridge Villas. The newly built mansion’s mock neoclassical columns and the limes...


‘Homebase is the most disastrous retail acquisition in the UK ever’

Australia’s Bunnings caught out by ‘complexity’ of British home improvements marketIt’s an Aussie institution in crisis after aggressive management led to disgrace and embarrassment overseas. It also knows a thing or two about sandpaper.This is not the country’s cricket side, but Bunnings, the Australian DIY retailer, that set out to conquer Britain by revamping Homebase but ended up writing off A$1bn (£547m) after a catalogue of major mistakes. Continue reading......


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Can I trust a website for a reliable handyman?

We are looking for someone to do some home repairs for my elderly parentsEvery week a Guardian Money reader submits a question, and it’s up to you to help him or her out – a selection of the best answers will appear in next Saturday’s paper.In search of a handyman for my elderly parents I’ve been looking at various websites that promise “trusted” workers. Has anyone found a site that delivers good tradesmen, or should I ask the neighbours instead Continue reading......


Homebase cuts 300 jobs as more store closures loom

Third of head office roles axed as new owners reportedly consider closing up to 80 storesHomebase is cutting 300 jobs at its Milton Keynes head office amid speculation that up to 80 stores will close after its takeover by the restructuring specialist Hilco. The loss-making DIY chain was bought by the owner of HMV for £1 in a deal agreed in May after its previous Australian owner, Wesfarmers, pulled the plug on a “disastrous” venture into the UK. Related: Tell us: do you work in retail and are af...


Want to avoid cowboy builders? Here’s how to find a reliable one

We examine how the main websites that list tradespeople measure upForget sun, sand and sea. For many, this summer will be all about skips, cement and the builder’s drill. For those planning home improvements, the key question will be where they can find a reliable tradesperson.Some 45,000 people called Citizens Advice last year seeking help with their home improvement and maintenance problems, and the Federation of Master Builders estimates cowboy contractors cost the UK economy £10bn a yea...


Homebase sold to Hilco for £1 putting jobs and 60 stores at risk

Acquisition of DIY chain ‘an unbelievable disaster’ for Australian group WesfarmersHomebase has been sold to the restructuring specialist Hilco, the owner of HMV, for £1 as the DIY chain’s Australian owner pulls the plug on its disastrous venture into the UK, putting thousands of jobs at risk.Wesfarmers, which bought the business for £340m two years ago, said it was offloading the entire 250-store Homebase chain, which has a workforce of just over 11,000. Hilco’s UK division, set up in 2000, has...


'A pool in the basement is a clear marker of wealth': how the super-rich are digging down

In London’s richest boroughs vast subterranean enclaves are being carved out over several floors to house cars, wine, saunas and private nightclubs. How did underground living – once associated with poverty and disease – become an investment scheme for the uber-wealthyWith its eclectic fusion of Regency and mythological motifs, Havona House stands out amid the stucco-fronted Victorian townhouses in Notting Hill’s Pembridge Villas. The newly built mansion’s mock neoclassical columns and the limes...


‘Homebase is the most disastrous retail acquisition in the UK ever’

Australia’s Bunnings caught out by ‘complexity’ of British home improvements marketIt’s an Aussie institution in crisis after aggressive management led to disgrace and embarrassment overseas. It also knows a thing or two about sandpaper.This is not the country’s cricket side, but Bunnings, the Australian DIY retailer, that set out to conquer Britain by revamping Homebase but ended up writing off A$1bn (£547m) after a catalogue of major mistakes. Continue reading......


SKU-13240 Drive Battery Powered Electric Patient Lift with Rechargeable and Removable Battery No Wall Mount from Home Depot  sku

Drive Battery Powered Electric Patient Lift with Rechargeable and Removable Battery No Wall Mount - 13240 by Drive

Item description: This Bath BATH ACCESSORIES - BORIS product is by Drive - This electric lift by Drive Medical charges quickly and easily from an AC outlet thanks to a convenient non-removable rechargeable battery. The battery can be charged by plugging in the unit, and never needs to be removed. (The lift will not operate while plugged in.) Heavy gauge construction and a jumbo actuator pump that lowers the patient ensures safe repositioning. The pump even includes an emergency button and can be switched to manual mode. 2-features ensure you won't misjudge the product's battery life: an audible warning will alert you once the battery power falls below 50% and a CHARGE light will automatically shut off when the battery is fully charged. The unit comes with a foldable mast and a wide, stable base for easy storage and transportation, making it ideal for homecare, and is for use with 4-point and 2-point slings.... Learn More

Manufacturer: Drive

Category: BATH ACCESSORIES - BORIS

$1,581.99

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