Cold Room Installation

If you are a business owner with perishable goods, you may have considered a commercial cold room – but what are they? Cold Rooms are usually a walk-in isolated room to keep given stock refrigerated or frozen at a cold temperature. Cold room installations can be completed on varying scales, from large commercial cold storage such as chillers and freezers to small cold rooms. They are most used in labs, pharmacies and restaurants.

Commercial Cold Room

The temperature of your commercial cold room can be altered to your required temperature depending on what good you need to store are. The most common industries that utilise cold rooms are hospitality, food, pharmaceuticals and healthcare.

If you need to keep your goods frozen, fresh and pre-chilled, a cold room installation is an excellent way to do this. It is a practical and cost-efficient way to lengthen the lifespan of perishables and avoid waste and spoilage. Commercial cold rooms are usually located at the back of a premise or in a separate outbuilding nearby.

Can You Have Bespoke Cold Rooms?

There is the option to have a specially designed bespoke cold room if a standard one doesn’t fit in your space adequately. Usually, a cold room installation specialist will come to your premises, discuss your needs and survey the space. They will then prepare a to spec drawing for your bespoke cold room factoring in your budget. A bespoke cold room will be more expensive than a standard stock one, but it is arguably worth the price if it fits into your space perfectly.

Cold Room

Fitted Wardrobes

Living a 10-year old’s dream

When I was ten, my greatest dream was to have a walk in wardrobe like Hannah Montana’s. She’d open a seemingly normal wardrobe and walk into a 10 year old’s heaven. There was a turning carousel of clothes, shoe racks that came out of the wall to reveal even more shelves of shoes and a large pouffe in the middle where I could imagine myself sitting as I surveyed my abundance of attire. But, unfortunately, my parents refused to let me transform my sister’s room into a similar masterpiece. I put together what I believed to be, a compelling argument as to why I should be allowed to perform this make over. Topics such as the space saving nature of bespoke fitted wardrobes and the added value to the house were frequently thrown around. But ultimately, I was outvoted, three to one, on account that my sister needed somewhere to sleep.

Since moving out, I have been waiting for the day I can afford my own house and start designing and installing my own walk-in bespoke fitted wardrobe. I have accumulated all this knowledge regarding how to design your own bespoke fitted wardrobe but given that I’m a millennial and unlikely to ever be able to afford a house, I thought someone may as well benefit from my knowledge. So, here is a step-by-step guide on how to design your own bespoke fitted wardrobe from me, the expert who has never had the opportunity to try this out.


The first thing you need to consider is the layout of your wardrobe. This not only includes the interior fittings like the number of shelves you want but also the external dimensions of the space your bespoke fitted wardrobe will be. There are many companies that help with the design of your bespoke fitted wardrobe so don’t worry about getting the exact measurements. It’s just so you know the limits and aren’t disappointed when you finally talk to the builders and they say it isn’t possible.


Next you want to be thinking about what materials you want to build your wardrobe out of. The first thing you should do is think about your dream materials. What would you want the doors and shelves to made of? What will your colour scheme be and which materials work best with said colour scheme? Will you have hinged or sliding doors? After you’ve decided your dream materials start to consider your budget and look at cheaper alternatives for example, Ash and Beech wood are both cheaper alternatives to oak with the same sort of look.


Finally, you can start to focus on the flourishes and the design. This is your opportunity to really put your mark on the bespoke fitted wardrobe. Want a mirror? Have a mirror. Want door knobs like the ones your gran had? Whack them on. If you want a shrine to Boyzone, you can have a shrine to Boyzone. This is where the real fun comes in so don’t miss your opportunity to let your personality shine.


fitted wardrobes


An eyebolt is a simple bolt with a loop at one end, these eyebolts are used to attach a securing eye to a specific structure, normally used to tie ropes and cables.

A lifting eye bolt is a hoist ring, these are economical, simple lifting devices suitable to be used with a standard eyebolt.

Eyebolts come in various shapes and sizes, there is also a thing called a shouldered eyebolt, these are used to attach an eye to a structure so that other hardware can be attached for lifting. These eyebolts must be made of forged steel that has been tempered.

An eyebolt is one of the most common pieces of material used in hardware. It is a simple design of a straight bar with a loop on the end. They are mostly used to be attached to wood or steel structures.

A plain or regular eyebolt will be used for vertical loading. Shoulder eyebolts can be used for both vertical and angle loading.

An eyebolt can hold up to 1550 pounds in weight. The degree has a big effect on the working load limit. An eyebolt is rated at 100 per cent of its working load limit.

Eyebolts are available in various finishes, such as Galvanised carbon steel, white plastic coating and stainless steel. The finish is sometimes not important, this will be decided by the client and if this is the case the cost can be bought down.




Baby Scans Bromsgrove

Are you pregnant? Are you searching for baby scans Bromsgrove? Do you live in the Bromsgrove area?

Well search no more, there are plenty of places you can go for a baby scan in Bromsgrove.

If you are pregnant and looking to have a baby scan in Bromsgrove, there are many options available to you.

At a scanning clinic, you can choose a variety of baby scans, such as 2D scans,3D scans and 4D scans. There are pregnancy reassurance scans, gender scans, presentation and growth scans and anomaly scans.

You will find most of the clinics that do baby scans in Bromsgrove are appointment only, but some may be able to get you in on the same day or within a couple of days if possible. By going to a private clinic, you will bypass the usual waiting time you have to wait if you are going down the NHS route.

Having a baby scan in Bromsgrove should be a relaxing and magical experience, you should be made very welcome and it should feel very non-medical! A baby scan is a precious moment to be enjoyed and you should be left feeling happy and overjoyed at seeing your little bump in more detail!

An early baby scan is something that is not available on the NHS, you can have a private early pregnancy scan without affecting your NHS entitlement and with prices starting at £45 and you should be able to take a DVD or pictures home of your baby scan in Bromsgrove to cherish forever.

You could also have a gender reveal baby scan in Bromsgrove, you can have these from as early as 16 weeks, so why wait to find out if your bundle of joy is going to be a boy or girl! The baby scan in Bromsgrove will take 5-10 minutes and then you can start planning, Pink or blue! Prices start from £79.

A presentation and growth scan involves a 5-10-minute scan that can confirm the normal growth and wellbeing of your baby. You should receive a report showing you the estimated foetal weight, growth measurements and take home with you a CD or DVD of pictures and images of the scan. These types of scans usually start at about £55.

An anomaly scan is to check for any physical defects in the baby. This can be carried out from 18 weeks and would usually take 30 minutes. An anomaly scan will look in detail at the baby’s bones, face, abdomen and spinal cord. It can also check the baby’s kidneys. The prices for these scans usually start at £99.

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Baby Scan

Wedding car hire Birmingham

Reliable Birmingham car hire company

If you are after a wedding car hire company in Birmingham then look no further, we at Scots are happy to recommend a local Birmingham wedding car hire company in the name of At Beauford. Wedding car  hire they have supplied many of our wedding clients with amazing cars and we have had nothing but rave reviews regarding there service, promptness and ability to fill in with there wide range of vehicles having been let down by other companies in the past!

Building marriages

We started our relationship with AT Beauford in 2015 when a family wedding was let down at the last minute by an other wedding car company.  We frantically rang around the few companies that appeared on google by typing “wedding car hire Birmingham“.  After a few no’s we eventually stumbled on AT Beauford. The gentleman who we spoke to (known now as Fred) was lovely on the phone, and as they had finished there three weddings for the day. no longer required there backup car. this was a beautiful AT Beauford which took the brides breath away on arrival. Smooth, stylish and really fitting the part with its colour coordinating ribbons and bows!


Till Death Do Us Part

After a great response on the phone we where amazingly shocked and surprised when they gave the Kids a complimentary drive around the church grounds whilst the wedding was taking place, genuinely couldn’t have wanted or asked for more from this great wedding car company.

Needless to say we have used and recommended AT Beauford ever since for the wedding car hire Birmingham service they offer. There have a very competitive price structure are amazing to deal with and more than all of that they are reliable and trusted in there industry.  Our relationship has gone from strength to strength and i can happily say we see no reason for it to end.