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Colour me perfect

How can the trend for colour in the bathroom be utilised effectively and what other trends are coming through in the design of this smallest of spaces? Ben Bryden, Sales... View Article

Minimising waste in water treatment

With “new” regulations governing the use of septic tanks in force, David Stagg, technical product specialist for sustainable water management authority Graf UK, talks selfbuilders and homemakers through their options... View Article

Reflecting trends in hardware

Door and window hardware can have a massive visual impact on the aesthetics of a property, but what are the current trends that really work? Simon Boocock, Managing Director of... View Article

SAP 10.1 Changes the Heating Industry

From Ross Harrold, Marketing & PR, Electric Heating Company A large challenge faced by the Heating Industry was the methodology for SAP 2012, which was written six years ago. SAP... View Article

U-What?!

Paul Trace from Stella Rooflight offers some guidance on the thermal performance (U-values) of rooflights and what to look out for in the specification process. One of the most important... View Article

Mind the gap

Comfort is the difference between building a home not a house, and thermal comfort plays a huge role in this. Here, Debbie Phillips, National Business Development Manager from Keylite Roof... View Article
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Product & Supplier News

Lighting up the kitchen

Today, the kitchen sees some of the most imaginative interior design ideas; no longer a utilitarian space, it shows off the personality of the homeowners and all sorts of activities... View Article

Find your style!

Check out our great inspirational tool to find the perfect socket and switch to match your interiors! Try the tool! Find Your Style! Find Your Style is a great inspirational... View Article

The evolution of Shou Sugi Ban

Shou Sugi Ban, also known as Yakisugi, is an ancient Japanese technique that preserves wood using fire. Although fire is known to be hazardous to wood, strange as it may... View Article

Contemporary alternatives to steel doors

IDSystems range of Building Regulations compliant, thermally-broken aluminium Heritage Doors offer the perfect solution for those replacing Crittall™ style doors on renovation projects or looking to add character to a... View Article

2020 and beyond

2020 has been a difficult year for so many families and businesses as we have had to face up to the COVID-19 pandemic. For much of the year so far,... View Article
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