Guide to maintaining and choosing Butcher Block Countertops in Malta

For this article, we focus on what makes a butcher’s block different from other options on the market, and how to maintain it.

8 Easy DIY Halloween Decorations to Spook Up your House

Oftentimes, lack of time and little money to spare means our ghoulish plans are cut short for this time of the year. From our end, we believe we can’t call our blog House.mt without helping fellow homeowners give life to a couple of nightmares.

Love antiques and easy-to-upcycle furniture? Join these 7 Maltese Groups!

There’s quite a few local Facebook groups devoted to buying and selling antique items, both beautiful and functional, at bargain prices.

After widespread objections, Rabat Townhouses Rescued

Developer Keith Grima has rescinded his application to turn townhouses in Saqajja Square and St Augustine’s Avenue to a boutique hotel after widespread objections.

Time to move out? Here’s the best strategy to save money in the long-run

No doubt about it, buying a home in Malta is an expensive business. Not only have Maltese house prices soared over the last few years, but also associated costs have also increased, by about 3% in the last year alone.

5 Questions to ask before you restore or refurbish

make sure your costs don’t skyrocket, the works get done well, and that you stay out of legal trouble.

From Id-Dar Maltija: 7 Tips for keeping old limestone healthy

For this article, we’ve decided to highlight 7 solutions provided by members of Id-Dar Maltija worth keeping in mind

Restoring stone: 8 Tips for using hydraulic lime and cement from local homeowners

With its promise of easy remote control over many components of our home, from the fridge to the door, it’s usefulness in our homes is hard to ignore. 

18 Quaint Mellieħa Areas to make you fall in Love

For this week’s article, we take a stroll around Mellieha to seek out local developments that are currently underway or have been carried out recently.

House with Hammet: Shell or finished? A guide for first time buyers

Do you feel a tug at your heartstrings every time you see a shiny property advertised on your social dashboard – be it Facebook or Instagram?