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Homebase launches value range

Budget range of DIY essentials unveiled

Homebase Value hammer

A collection of over 300 budget items has been unveiled by Homebase in a bid to lower the cost of DIY.

The range includes everyday DIY, decorating and furnishings products – 150 of which cost less than £5.

Enthusiasts will be able to bag a range of tools, including a slotted screwdriver (99p), a 16oz hammer (£3.99) and a 6in junior hacksaw (£1.99).

If you’re embarking on a DIY project, our independent advice on home repairs will tell you everything you need to know. You can also see how Homebase is rated for customer satisfaction in our annual survey.

Discount decorating

A pack of 44 plain white wall tiles will set you back £4.49 and you can get five litres of white matt paint for £5.99, promising a ‘quick and simple makeover’. To get you started, paintbrushes are priced from 49p and a basic roller kit is available for £2.49.

Cheap home improvment

A little bit further up the scale, a beech bookcase is priced at £12.99 and a £7.99 duvet is available – aimed at new homeowners looking forward to the first night in their new bed.

The garden is also covered, with 49p terracotta pots, seeds from 39p and 99p plants.

At £2.99, a 16-piece cutlery set is also included in the range, in case you’d like to celebrate your makeover with a dinner party.

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