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12.5mm Fireshield Plasterboard - Wallboard Knauf 2400x1200

12.5mm Fireshield Plasterboard - Wallboard Knauf 2400x1200

Knauf Fireshield is a specifically developed plasterboard providing increased fire resistance when used in partition, ceiling and lining systems and also for encasement and shaftwall systems. Thermal Conductivity - 0.24 W/mK.

Price: £ 14.82
(£17.78 inc VAT)

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)

116mm Celotex TD4000 Flat Roof Insulation 2400x1200

116mm Celotex TD4000 Flat Roof Insulation 2400x1200

Celotex TD4000 provides a quick and easy method of achieving effective thermal insulation in light traffic, ventilated, lead covered, warm flat roof applications - includes 5.5mm WBP plywood. Thermal conductivity – 0.022W/mK

Price: £ 116.74
(£140.09 inc VAT)

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5 Garage Conversion Ideas

The idea that a garage has to be used to house cars, the chest freezer, a few gardening tools and the lawn mower no longer applies in all cases. From new kitchens, extra bedrooms, children's play areas, home gyms, dens and even full-blown living spaces, people are adding new...

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Making The Right Choices From The Ground Up: Hardwood Flooring Options

Making the Right Choices From the Ground Up: Hardwood Flooring Options There's a lot of choices to make when it comes to designing a new home. One of the biggest choices you'll have to make is what type of flooring to install. While carpet can be soft and warm, it's also prone...

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Myths About Solar Power

19/08/2015 One of the more popular alternative energy sources is solar. More American homeowners are making the switch or at least installing it in their homes both as a supporting energy source and as a means to cut energy bills and save more money. However, as with all new...

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How To Make Your Conservatory Cooler In Summer

13 June 2015 Choosing to add a conservatory to your home is a great way to increase your property's value and create additional space. These stylish rooms can be used in many different ways, often dependant on your family and lifestyle. The one major issue that people have with...

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Building A New Home - Groundwork Phase

10 June 2015 The groundwork phase of building a new house is basically the construction and laying out of the parts of the property you'll never actually see. Aspects such as digging trenches, laying foundations and drains, cable, water and gas pipes all have to be planned...

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5 Great Loft Conversion Ideas

08 June 2015 Estimates suggest that a loft conversion can add an average of 12.5% to the value of your home, whilst also providing you with much-needed extra space. If you're thinking of taking the plunge and going for a conversion, consider these five great ideas for...

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Modern Construction Methods Build Homes Faster

06 June 2015 Modern methods of construction (MMC) are at the very forefront of sustainable builds due to accelerated construction and reduced on-site work. Off-site factory production ensures labour-saving, cost-effective, more rapid construction which in turn, saves build...

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Been Hit By Cowboy Builders? How To Recover

27 May 2015 Been Hit By Cowboy Builders? How to Recover Cowboy builders are a common and growing problem in the UK, and can wreak havoc for businesses and homeowners who thought they were investing in skilled tradesmen to complete their construction work. From botched jobs to...

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Can Prefabricated Reinforced Concrete Homes Save Our Housing Crisis?

20 Apr 2015 Prefabricated Reinforced Concrete. The name conjures images of Brutalist constructs, multi-story car parks and residential tower blocks from Eastern Europe doesn't it? The name itself has all the whimsy and imagination of Ho Chi Minh's memorial building in Hanoi, which,...

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Five Ways To Prepare Your Home For Spring

With the spring season already here, it's time to make sure that your home is prepped and ready for the season of rains and unpredictable weather. It doesn't matter that you did some assessment or carried out some work on your home during the fall and winter. You need to make...

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