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75mm Jablite Jabfloor EPS100 Polystyrene Insulation Board 2400x1200 (pack of 4)

75mm Jablite Jabfloor EPS100 Polystyrene Insulation Board 2400x1200 (pack of 4)

EPS100 Jablite is an expanded polystyrene (EPS) foam board. EPS100 boards are suitable for applications requiring higher loadbearing capabilities - solid ground floors, roofs and basements of the building. Thermal conductivity - 0.036 W/mK.

Price: £ 87.25
(£104.70 inc VAT)

50mm Rockwool Cavity Wall Insulation Batts 1200x455 (pack of 12)

50mm Rockwool Cavity Wall Insulation Batts 1200x455 (pack of 12)

Rockwool Cavity provides a completely reliable and cost-effective method of insulating new masonry cavity walls.

Price: £ 34.44
(£41.33 inc VAT)

70mm Rockwool Rockfloor Insulation Slab 1000x600 (pack of 2)

70mm Rockwool Rockfloor Insulation Slab 1000x600 (pack of 2)

Rockwool Rockfloor offers dual density thermal insulation for ground floors and acoustic insulation for separating floors. Thermal Conductivity - 0.038 W/mK.

Price: £ 76.21
(£91.45 inc VAT)

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Why should you choose timber windows and doors over PVC?

27 Sep 2016 So far the history of timber type of wood has suffered a lot of ups and downs including infamous accusations saying that timber windows and doors reflect classic style structure. This is the reason why today’s modern folks often evade considering the idea of installing...

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Top 5 Benefits of Garden Maintenance to Your Home Outdoor

27 Sep 2016 Do you have a beautiful garden in your backyard? Is it not as amazing as it used to be? Are you not able to find time for garden maintenance? If you answered yes for all the questions, then it is extremely important for you to know that the professional garden...

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What is a floating floor and how do you insulate it?

19 Sep 2016 There’s a lot of jargon in this industry, but quite often it’s all very simple. Take ‘floating floors’ and how you insulate them. So, what is a floating floor? A floating floor is typically taken to mean a lightweight construction where chipboard, gypsum or...

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Why home security with shutter must be on top of your list.

15 Sep 2016 With the ever increasing crime rate these days, it is essential to give security priority, to safeguard not only your family but also your property. A little investment can go a long way and let you feel relaxed and tensionfree. You can look for different styles, colours...

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What To Expect On A Site Management Safety Training Scheme Course

20 Feb 2016 Ensuring that the correct health and safety measures are put in place to keep a construction site free of risk is a legal necessity, and incredibly important. A Site Management Safety Training Scheme Course is the perfect tool to help you understand your...

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Ensure Your Building Development Runs Smoothly

10 Feb 2016 Time is money, and this is never truer than when planning a building development. There are many strands to pull into place, and it’s imperative the various aspects happen when they should as any that are late or haven’t been scheduled in can hold the whole...

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Will Waterproof Plasterboard Really Save Flooded Homes?

With the recent flooding in various parts of the UK, there is a call to improve the ability of homes to ‘bounce back’ from being flooded so people can resume living in them soon after. Some people have experienced the misery of flooding multiple times in relatively short...

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Home Improvement Projects That Add Value To Your Home

Whether you’re thinking large or small scale, there are many different ways you can add value to your home through simple home improvement projects. While the costliness of home improvement projects might seem like a deterrent, if you do the project right, it will pay off in...

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The UK's Love-Hate Relationship With Concrete Buildings

30 Nov 2015 Concrete is made up of water, aggregate and cement. That’s it. It’s somewhat surprising then that such a simple equation can inspire such strong feelings when it comes to architecture. It is one of the oldest and most widely-used building materials, but...

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Top Tips To Bear In Mind When Re-Plastering A Property This Winter

10 Nov 2015 As the winter approaches, the need to re-plaster your wall may be becoming increasingly urgent. Re-plastering is not an easy job and is certainly not one to be approached lightly. But there are some hints and tips to remember that can make the process go smoothly. Is...

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