Domestic & General are launching our Van for Good, a reuse, recycle and sustainable project. As sustainability becomes the new way of thinking, doing, and living, our Van for Good will provide the transport consumers and our customers need to donate their preloved appliances.
The four-day bank holiday weekend has finally arrived and there will be celebrations galore up and down the country and worldwide as we mark the Queen's Platinum Jubilee.
From jubilee lunches, street parties, and the Queen's Green Canopy project to the Queen's birthday parade and trooping of colours, there will be lots of celebrations to attend.
We've rounded up a few things you and the family can do from the comfort of your home to celebrate the Jubilee this weekend.
Now that the Easter holidays have hopped up on us, it is not only a time for family and friends but for all things sweet. Amongst all the chocolate eggs and sweets consumed and the list of things to do, we are here to help make sure your Easter fun is friendly to the environment.
Domestic & General, joined Seven Trent Water to help plant the fourth Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Forest.
With summer just around the corner, spring has officially begun and there is no time like the present to start sprucing up your home. If you want to try your hand at having a zero-waste household, we have just the thing for you to get started.
Every washing machine needs to do a great job at keeping our clothes, towels and linen fresh and clean.
So, it is important not to take your hard-working appliance for granted by making sure you give it some TLC, this can be done through regularly deep cleaning it, to get the best results out of each and every wash.
The Commonwealth Games 2022 will build a carbon neutral legacy. What is carbon neutrality, why does it matter and what are some carbon offsetting examples?
With many on half term this week and others eagerly awaiting their week of no alarms being set, it is time to think outside the box and get creative. Read on to find out our top DIY tips, with things that you can find around the home.
Find out what you can do around the house to reduce your energy usage and bills. Plus, discover some extra ways to be kinder to the planet this season.
The final part of The Energy Saving article series focuses on how you can use your dishwasher more efficiently and how you can save both money and energy during the winter months ahead.
From whether you need rinse aids to understanding the purpose of dishwasher salt, we’ve put together a guide answering every question you might have.
After hours of running the sweat wicking technology of most modern sportswear means it needs to be looked after to keep it clean and fresh!
We have compiled our top hints and tips to keep your kit working as hard as you do.
Offer on your dream house has been accepted, the bad news: you're going to have to organise moving house. These are our top tips to help move your white goods safely and make the big day go smoothly.
Looking to find out how to unblock drains or how to unblock a sink? We’ve got all you need to know about drain care and maintenance here.
Though refrigerators generally operate very dependably, sometimes they can break down, and, when they do, the food inside can spoil in a hurry.
Before booking a repair engineer, there are some things we can troubleshoot and repair ourselves, and as a result, may save time and money in the long run.
The second part of The Energy Saving series focuses on how changing your laundry habits using your washing machine and tumble dryer can help you save money.
Over the past few years, we have all become more aware of the products we use and the harm they might have on the environment.
We have gathered the eco products you need to introduce to your weekly wash day that are good for you and the planet.
As it’s part of running a home, like cleaning an oven, there will come a time when most of us will have to defrost a freezer. That’s why we’ve put together some questions and answers to help.
While the lifespan of the average boiler is 12 years, it’s important to maintain it regularly to ensure maximum longevity. If your boiler and central heating system are working efficiently you’ll use less fuel and will benefit from lower heating bills.
It’s that time of year again, one of the busiest for heating engineers, when people start to turn their heating on after having been off for the summer months.
There could be any number of reasons why your boiler has stopped working, but thankfully there are a few that you can easily fix yourself.
The humble washing machine is the workhorse of a household. By following some simple hints and tricks you could add a few more years to your machine’s lifetime.