My Renovation Magazine launches The French Connection project – can you help?


house-frontMy Renovation Magazine is renovating our 100 year old office building in the heart of France. Can you help? The net’s fastest growing renovation and conversion magazine is aiming to convert a dilapidated, sprawling 100-year-old semi-detached stone house into our shiny new offices.

The building in Bourganeuf, France, has been abandoned for nearly ten years and suffers from damp, poor wiring, an overgrown 500 sq ft garden, lack of insulation and years of neglect.

My Renovation Magazine plans to renovate the property, dubbed ‘The French Connection’, and have it working as our full-time office by January 2019.   Every product we use as part of the renovation project will be reviewed in My Renovation Magazine and promoted online.

A ground floor in The French Connection showing clear signs of damp,

A ground floor in The French Connection showing clear signs of damp,

One of the downstairs floors in The French Connection

One of the downstairs floors in The French Connection










Items we need for this project:

  • Core matting
  • Underlay for coir matting
  • Carpet grips for concrete and wooden stairs
  • Glue of coir matting
  • Tools for cutting coir matting and insulation.

My Renovation Magazine publisher Kizzi Nkwocha said: “This is an exciting project for the magazine. Once complete, The French Connection will provide us with headquarters in the middle of France. From there we will be able to publish an online magazine that reaches from Australia to the UK and the US. The French Connection is a massive undertaking but, with the help of our readers, I’m confident that we will make the January 1st 2019 deadline.”

If you are a supplier of building or renovation products and would like us to review your product in My Renovation Magazine, please contact:  for details.


About Author

Melanie Jarvis is the Editor of My Renovations Magazine and the Community Manager for The Sussex Newspaper, the largest online newspaper in Sussex, UK. She is also the Editor of the social media guide - How to use Facebook for Business. Alongside her editing roles Melanie Jarvis is the Project Manager for extension specialists, Onebuild. Not only does she oversee all of the residential builds, she also places supervisors on extensive commercial works in London.

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