They say that you don’t realise how dirty something is until you start cleaning it and there’s a lot of truth in that idea. If you clean something every day, such as the basin in a hotel bathroom, the dirt won’t get a chance to build up and cleaning it is always easy. However, if you move into a brand-new home and only begin to clean your basin once you notice the dirt building up, it is almost already too late. Read more
After seeing our recent infographic which revealed the hidden (and very dirty) truth about kitchens, many of our clients admitted they’ll never look at their kitchens in the same way again. And that goes for their office kitchens, especially… Read more
Deciding on a range cooker can be a daunting task, but a helping hand from an expert can easily guide you in the right direction. At Ovenu, we know each kitchen owner has different needs when it comes to size, fuel and layouts and that’s why we have hand-picked our personal favourites for some of our main customer segments.
Find the cooker to match your needs with our quick guide to choosing a range cooker. Read more
In the past we’ve explored how caustic soda is a potentially damaging material that is becoming more and more readily available to people wanting to clean their homes.
With more cleaning brands and products coming to market than at any other point in human history, it is more important than ever to ensure that you are picking the right cleaning materials to keep you and your family (and your cat) safe. Read more
Do you think your kitchen is spick and span? Statistics show: probably not.
Even though we try our hardest, kitchen bacteria hide in unexpected places. Unclean surfaces, sponges and chopping boards can spread bacteria including E. coli, salmonella and listeriosis, which can leave you and your household with nasty food poisoning. A badly disinfected kitchen can even spread the common cold through surfaces infected by rhinoviruses. Read more
As experienced oven-cleaning technicians, we often talk to clients who are thinking about replacing their old AGA. Although its old-world charm and unwavering reliability are unrivalled, the high gas bills and unwanted heat supply in summer can turn into too much of an inconvenience for this day and age. Read more
From the smoky hearts of the Middle Ages to the servants-only coal kitchens of the Victorian era, the modern kitchen has made quite a journey to become what it is considered to be today – the most important room of the house, the heart of family and social affairs and generally a warm and welcoming part of the English household.
We take a look at how exactly the kitchen has developed in Britain over the course of time to get to where it is today. Read more