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Old building conversions

Old buildings conversions can be difficult and time-consuming projects, however, with an eye for details and skilled craftsmanship, old, even derelict buildings can be transformed […]

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Tiny living

In the recent past earth’s population has skyrocketed, particularly the urban populace which has near doubled in the last few decades. With such a fast-growing […]

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What makes a building listed

Anyone can apply for a building to be listed on the National Heritage List for England, NHLE. In fact, it isn’t just buildings that can […]

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Earth sheltered homes

Earth-sheltered homes are exactly that, houses covered with earth. There are two main ways of doing this. Either the house can be set into a […]

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Getting planning permission, how it varies depending on build

If you are planning on building a new property or doing major construction on an existing one, it is likely that you will require planning […]

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Solar panels – are they worth it?

Solar energy is becoming an increasingly popular alternative to energy produced by fossil fuels or nuclear power. It produces far fewer carbon emissions in its […]

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Concrete, why is it so common?

Concrete is an extremely popular building material that has been around since 6500 BC. Today it is used to make steps, pavements – even entire […]

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The costs of building a conservatory

Conservatories can be a great addition to your home if you want some extra space or to add value to the property. But make sure […]

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Sourcing materials

No matter what project you are working on, sourcing materials will be a large factor. After all, the quality of the completed project will be […]

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Reducing carbon emissions, during construction and after

All construction work emits CO2 in various ways. It is released when transporting materials, using equipment, and disposing of waste. Even after construction the building […]

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