Summer outdoor challenge to better your property
07/05/2009

Summer 2009 has got to a fantastic start with temperatures reaching the late twenties °C on the thermometer across most of the UK. Why not make the most of the fine weather by rising to the DIY home improvement website lets-do-diy.com’s challenge to complete an outdoor DIY project.

Online PR News – 05-July-2009 – – Summer 2009 has got to a fantastic start with temperatures reaching the late twenties °C on the thermometer across most of the UK. Why not make the most of the fine weather by rising to the DIY home improvement website lets-do-diy.com’s challenge to complete an outdoor DIY project.

Of course it wouldn’t be in our nature to leave you unassisted. The latest project to be launched, building a brick garden wall, could be ideal for you. A clear and simple step-by-step advice and tips article, with diagrams, will help you to plan, build and ultimately enjoy constructing a wall in your garden. From borders around flower beds and ponds, to a perimeter wall for your garden, lets-do-diy has what you need to increase security and/or value to your property this summer.

The project not only gives the DIY challenger useful new skills, as well as some outdoor fun, but saves money in an economical climate that doesn’t match the current weather.

“Why spend hundreds of pounds on hiring builders to do a job that can be successfully accomplished by a homeowner following our DIY tips” Says the websites editor Seb Mills.

“To me it sounds like a great challenge that not only saves money and looks good, but gets the British public out in the summer sun.”

If building a wall is not for you, lets-do-diy has over 180 illustrated projects, including building a barbeque. A brick barbeque is usually a cheaper, larger and more permanent alternative to purchasing from a store.

Make use of these projects and more at http://www.lets-do-diy.com

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Tips and advice for building a brick garden wall, building a barbeque or how to build strip foundations can be found at http://www.lets-do-diy.com