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'You Can Do It' channel

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DeckingB&Q is helping people around the country say 'I did that!' with the launch of a new YouTube channel, whether you need help with all sorts of home improvement dilemmas, or if you're just looking for some practical tips and advice.

There are over 100 videos to choose from, each dedicated to helping you carry out projects in the home and garden. From laying garden decking and installing a water butt, to hanging wallpaper and laying laminate flooring, there's lots on offer. And there are also plenty of ideas and inspiration for the home and garden including planning for a new kitchen or bathroom and a guide to garden furniture.

Whether it's help with fixing a new door, ideas for laying out decking, or even learning how to hang wallpaper, the B&Q YouTube channel has all the ideas and know-how. It's perfect to help people to get started on home improvement and DIY jobs, step-by-step. Talking you through the videos are B&Q's expert staff and presenters who share their wealth of knowledge, enabling viewers to get free, expert advice from the comfort of their hom,e 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

Using 'how to' videos online is becoming increasingly popular, with 10% more people than last year using the internet to find out everything home related. And recent research shows that out of the 12.6 million people are already watching online videos on YouTube, 2.2 million of them are specifically watching 'how to' videos.

Find out more at www.diy.com


B&Q’s You Can Do It sledge class

As Bing Crosby sang, "I'm dreaming of a White Christmas", it often feels that bit more festive when the white stuff is falling from the sky. So what better way to get into the Christmas spirit than building your very own sledge?

All 15 B&Q You Can Do It centres across the country will be offering a sledge making class from the 1 December. Classes will cost £20 and will last four hours. They will be held twice a week for the first three weeks of December - plus customers will get some tasty mince pies to enjoy with tea or coffee during the classes. 


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