How to Drill Through Tiles Without Cracking Them

Utility’s partnership with speciality coffee subscription company Blue Coffee Box brewed down a storm last year.

So much so, that we’re doing it again!

This means that if you have a Utility account, you can now get £5 OFF luxury coffee (that’s most of your first month’s membership!). It’s just what you need to relax with, while your Utility cleaners get to work…

What is speciality coffee?

Speciality coffees are the leading 3% of the world’s coffees. They have to be single-origin or microlot coffees which score over 80 on the SCA quality scale.

They are, simply, incredible.

If you like coffee and you haven’t tried something from the speciality market yet, this might just be the opportunity you’re looking for.

What do you get from Blue Coffee Box?

Blue Coffee Box sends you specially-selected whole beans or ground coffee (it’s up to you which) every month. These are hand-roasted by the UK’s top craft roasters.

Plus, they come with all of the details about the origin and farms where the beans are grown (as well as some handy tasting notes).

They are a great way to up your game from tasteless instant granules into the world of craft coffee – for a fraction of the price you’d pay for cups of high street caffeine.

Get money off your morning coffee

If this sounds like the good news you’ve been waiting for, Utility Services’ new deal with the Blue Coffee Box means you get money off too!

Here’s how:

  1. Make sure you’ve created your Utility account and you’ve used it at least once.
  2. Log in and head on over to your Utility Treats page.
  3. Claim your voucher code.
  4. Use your voucher with your first order from Blue Coffee Box to get £5 OFF.   

The small print: only the usual sort of stuff here. You can only use this deal on your first order, you can’t combine it with other deals and it’s one per customer.

Come back for more Utility treats

If you don’t already have a Utility account, you can sign up for free now.

Your Utility Treats page will be constantly updated with all of the new deals and offers we’re running – these are specially for you if you’re part of the Utility family.

In the past 12 months, you might already have enjoyed money off spa visits, designer glasses, wine, beer…

Takeaways

  • There are many types of tiles you could choose from. Each has its pros and cons, but if you are a DIYer, it’s advisable to use standard porcelain tiles;
  • When buying materials, always buy 15% more than your initial calculations to make sure you don’t run out of materials.
  • Always wait at least 2 days after grouting before sealing the floor.

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