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How to fit a lock
Take up your next DIY challenge with help from the Homebase guides. Learn how to fit a new door lock with our expert online guide. Read all about it now.
How to put up a shelf
Take the guesswork out of putting up your shelves with this useful guide by Homebase. Explore the detailed how to guide & make DIY a straightforward exercise.
How to insulate your loft
Loft insulation is one of the best ways to save money around the home. It only takes a few hours to do, so find out all you need to know in this Homebase guide.
How to lay a brick wall
With the right equipment you can save yourself the cost and inconvenience of getting the builders in – and build a wall yourself.
Check out our great prices on winter fuels & accessories. Here at Homebase we have everything you need to keep warm this season
Outdoor lighting & heating
Outdoor heating buying guide
Find the perfect outdoor heating for your garden with our buying guide. Browse our chimeneas, fire pits & more to see what is best suited to your garden today!
Plant of the moment
October plant of the month
Take a look at which plants will look their best in your garden right now
Kitchen planning & installation
Your dream kitchen is as easy as...plan, select, create, enjoy!
How to replace a worktop
Step up to the challenge of replacing a kitchen worktop in your home with our expert guide. Check out the Homebase tips with 9 steps to help solve the problem.
How to hang & remove wallpaper
Learn how to hang and remove wall paper with our step-by-step guide. Whether you want to create a focal wall or want to spruce up your home decor, watch now.
How to paint walls & ceilings
Get the finish you crave in any room with our expert painting tips. The Homebase guide gives help & advice when it comes to painting walls & ceilings. Read now.
How to measure & hang blinds
Transform the look of any room by hanging window blinds correctly. Use the Homebase guide & video for tips & advice to ensure you find the right measurements.
Blinds buying guide
Cost-effective & durable, blinds are seen throughout modern homes. Get buying advice on these contemporary fittings & their advantages with the Homebase guide.
We are delighted to work in partnership with Gas Safe Register to support and promote gas safety messages to both consumers and colleagues.
Brenda McNamara, Installation Service & Compliance Manager at Homebase explains:“Homebase has supported ‘Gas Safety Week’ every year since it started, and by developing a partnership and working closer with Gas Safe we will help raise awareness of gas safety and promote good practice at other key times of the year”.
From the Gas Safe Register, Abrar Hussain Aziz. Stakeholder Manager said:“We are delighted that Homebase, given its leading position in the Retail sector understand the importance of raising awareness of Gas related issues to their audience and welcome the support they are giving to Gas Safe Register.”
Throughout the year it’s important to make sure that your gas appliances, such as a gas fire, cooker and boiler are working safely and correctly. Did you know Gas Safe Register is the only official list of engineers who are legally allowed to do work on gas and the gas appliances in your home? It replaced CORGI. Trust the Triangle; when it comes to having gas work done, only use a Gas Safe registered engineer.
In the right hands, gas is safe, but badly fitted and poorly maintained appliances can cause gas leaks, fires, explosions and carbon monoxide poisoning. Carbon monoxide is a highly poisonous gas. You can’t see it, taste it or smell it, but it can kill quickly with no warning. Every year thousands of people across the UK are diagnosed with carbon monoxide poisoning.
All Gas Safe registered engineers carry a Gas Safe Register ID card. Before any gas work is carried out always check the card and make sure the engineer is qualified for the work you need doing. For gas safety advice or to find and check an engineer visit the Gas Safe Register website or call the free helpline on 0800 408 5500.