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Eltherington’s Corten facade steel appeal

Eltherington has reported a surge of interest in its Corten architectural metalwork solutions as building designers look for facades that offer aesthetic appeal, low maintenance and value for money. Facade finishes such as Eltherington’s weathered steel, commonly known as Corten,... View Article

Composite Prime poised to make impact in UK market

A ground-breaking composite timber and plastic product that is in soaring demand in other parts of the world appears poised to take the UK market by storm following the development of a company by two entrepreneurs with a solid pedigree... View Article

SterlingOSB – The new darling of TV makeover shows

The ever popular BBC Two makeover show, The Great Interior Design Challenge, tasks contestants to devise interiors for rooms in unusual premises. Holly Village, a collection of Grade II listed Gothic properties in North London, was the setting for a... View Article

Waterproofing simplified with Remmers Multi Tight 2K

Multi-Tight 2K is a new, flexible, mineral based waterproofing product which has all the performance properties of older technology polymer-modified thick bitumen emulsions, whilst being “bitumen free”. Using unique rubber granulate filler technology Multi-Tight 2K has a crack-bridging capacity which... View Article

Homeowners looking for sexier hardware finishes?

The finishes homeowners are looking for on their hardware and ironmongery are becoming more diverse and ‘sexy’. This is the view of a Director at SDS London who says that he is seeing an increased demand for sexier finishes on... View Article

Osmo revives aged wood with highly effective power gel

Osmo UK, the eco-friendly wood and finishes expert, brings tired looking and aged wood back to life with its powerful cleaning agent, Osmo Wood Reviver Power Gel. This product has been especially developed to restore exterior wood, including wooden decking,... View Article

Standing the test of time

Richard Bishop of Wienerberger looks at how roof tile innovation is emulating classic design using modern materials to enable self-builders to find the ideal option for their project. It’s no secret that slate and clay have dominated roofing trends through the... View Article

What lies beneath

Extra space is something that many home owners desire but often that means adding a conservatory or a loft conversion. David Symes of Delta Membrane Systems looks at the basement alternative. While it may not be the most obvious option... View Article

Invest in the future

Arada Stoves’ Jon Butterworth explains why stoves are becoming greener than ever and what it means for you and your build The European Union’s Ecodesign Directive Standards aren’t coming in to force until 2022, but the UK stove industry is... View Article

VMZINC facade for Cotswold home in AONB

A Standing seam VMZINC® QUARTZ-ZINC® PLUS facade has been used in Hayward Smart Architects design of a two-storey home for one of its partners and which replaced a 1930’s bungalow within the Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The result... View Article

Sustainable luxury

With the demand for sustainable products on the increase and the desire for luxury still prevailing, Marc Howlett of William Holland asks if the two can co-exist in bathrooms In today’s environmentally aware culture, the concept of luxury has undoubtedly... View Article

Understanding upholstery

From frames to flammability, Phil Reynolds from the Furniture Industry Research Association answers your upholstery queries Firstly, what type of frame should I go for? The frame is the ‘skeleton’ of a suite, to which all the different suspension and... View Article

Luscious Laminates

Completely on-trend for 2017 JB Kind Doors new Laminate internal door range is both cost effective and contemporary. Inspired by the most popular flooring colours and kitchen finishes, Laminate provides a uniform and durable door finish.  The textured  timber grain... View Article

50 shades of steel

Invented in the 1880s, and synonymous with the Art Deco era, steel-framed windows and doors are enjoying a massive style revival right now, and the trend is set to soar in 2017. Darren Lloyd, spokesperson for the Steel Window Association... View Article
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