As we prepare to enter a new year, renovations and do-it-yourself projects are something that are always on people’s minds. Thanks to social media, the world is also currently in a DIY boom, with home improvements being documented all over TikTok and Instagram as the market continues to grow.
Whilst we always recommend an installer for any big jobs that may be tricky or perhaps even dangerous, our collection of precision-cut, high quality, decorative mouldings can be easily applied at home as part of a DIY task. Mouldings can be used to apply decorative features to your home, hide gaps or joints in woodwork, add practical features to a room, such as a protective dado rail or used in woodworking joints.
From wall panelling to skirting boards, our mouldings can be installed to create a small design feature or to totally transform a space. They are extremely versatile and can be finished in a variety of different ways to suit your home décor whether that be stained, varnished, oiled or painted. This is why they’re great to create feature walls, add cladding effects, form frames or even shelves. Our decorative trims can also help to add the finer details to a wall, ceiling or furniture.
Not only are they useful for countless jobs around the home, but installation can quite often be pretty simple and therefore extremely cost-effective. That’s why we’ve put together several guides to make the fitting process even easier. Designed so that they can be fitted by any competent DIY-er, Richard Burbidge’s mouldings are easy to work with while providing the highest quality.
Whether its installing wainscot wall cladding or fitting scotias, each guide talks you through step-by-step to ensure you can fit your mouldings efficiently. Browse through our guides on DIY mouldings:
Top Factors to Consider Before Renovating your Staircase One of the most integral parts of a home is the staircase, when designing a home the location of the staircase determines the layout of the entire property. The staircase is the central design focus and a new stairway has the ability to transform your home from the aesthetics to the flow in your house. If you are looking to improve your interior space, a stair renovation may be for you. Here are some of the top factors to consider when looking to renovate your stair space. Interior Décor The staircase plays an integral part in enhancing the décor of your property. When you walk into a home your eyes go immediately to the staircase, the centrepiece and central design focus of the home. There is a staircase design to suit everyone, from glass to timber to metal balusters, every homeowner can find a design to match their interior vision. As the staircase is the first part of your home guests see upon entering, it really sets the tone for the décor style of the rest of the house. High Quality A well designed and well maintained staircase and balustrade can last for a lifetime without needing to be replaced. A good quality stair balustrade will ensure fitting is quick to complete and stays in top condition. Adding Value One of the many perks of choosing to renovate your staircase is that you will add a great deal of value to your home, to both the prospective buyers, and the monetary value. An up to date and current stair design will attract possible buyers to your property, increasing the demand and value. Safety Safety should be one of your top considerations when looking to renovate your staircase, it’s important to choose a company that is transparent about the testing and safety credentials their products hold. At Richard Burbidge all of our stair systems are put through a series of rigorous tests and assessments by FIRA, the recognised authorities in timber product testing, ensuring our products stand the test of time and comply with all the necessary domestic building regulations for your safety. We can confidently say our stair systems are top of the range safety. Experts When installing your new stair system make sure to hire a reputable fitter if you are not confident in installing yourself. We are always on hand to provide our expert fitting advice to ensure your stair renovation runs smoothly. No matter the design, the most integral part of any staircase is the quality of both the materials and the parts. Richard Burbidge is the UK’s leading supplier of stair parts, with over 150 years’ experience manufacturing timber products, you can be confident your Richard Burbidge staircase will be a great investment. See our stairparts collections here. Contact our technical team for any advice prior, during or after installation, on firstname.lastname@example.org or 01691 678 212.READ ARTICLE
Richard Burbidge, the UK’s leading manufacturer and supplier of stair parts, decking accessories and decorative mouldings has relocated its head office to Chirk, North Wales, joining the company’s existing onsite manufacturing and distribution facility. As part of the ongoing development of the company, Richard Burbidge has relocated its office headquarters to join its existing manufacturing and distribution facility in Chirk. The Chirk site forms part of the extensive business history of Richard Burbidge, since it was initially acquired in 1986. The move will improve both the service and quality of products by having all staff in one location, unifying working relationships between all departments, from marketing to distribution, as well as improving efficiency, customer service and delivery. Mouldings Grading Facility Tony Miles, CEO of Richard Burbidge, comments: “The consolidation of all offices to Chirk is a big move and demonstrates just how serious we are about British manufacturing and sustainability. “We are a family business and above all, excellent quality and customer service are our priority. The move is already proving successful, with a unified workforce, improved communication and efficiency. “2020 is a big year for the company with increased marketing and production. Richard Burbidge is proving itself as a leading manufacturer of stair parts, decking accessories and decorative mouldings and this year will see further products being stocked in B&Q stores nationwide.”READ ARTICLE