Category: MyBuilder

    It’s time to get out the bunting – we’ve just become the first find a tradesperson service to win the coveted ‘Mumsnet Rated’ accreditation. For the past couple of months we’ve been well and truly put through our paces by Mumsnet testers and we’re proud to announce we achieved a glowing endorsement, with 95% saying they’d recommend us to family and friends….

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  Our lives are noisier than they’ve ever been. Whether it’s beeps and chirps of our mobile phones or the roar of planes overhead, noise pollution is a real problem, and it’s harder than ever to find a moment of peace and quiet, even in our own homes. We’re more aware than ever of noise…

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  The building trade has always been founded on innovation, from the Romans developing concrete to help build their eternal monuments, to the latest cutting edge breakthroughs that are helping tradespeople work better and smarter. Sometimes the trades create technology that help them in their work – and sometimes they find technology elsewhere that can…

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Most of us are more conscious of our carbon footprint than ever before, and are committed to making sure we’re living as green a lifestyle as possible. From recycling our waste to walking instead of driving, all the small decisions we make can add up to help us be more eco-friendly. When it comes to…

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  One of the missions of MyBuilder is to show off the best of the building trade, highlighting the most talented tradespeople and all the quality work they do day in, day out. We know that the old stereotypes that many people have about builders and others who work in the trades are a relic…

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  MyBuilder has become the first find a tradesperson service to achieve a ‘Reader Recommended’ endorsement from Good Housekeeping readers. After putting us through our paces, 94% of 155 surveyed Good Housekeeping readers who’d used MyBuilder said they’d use us again, and 90% said they’d recommend MyBuilder to a friend as a quick and reliable…

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