Case study: Reducing costs for rental accommodation

Case study: Reducing costs for rental accommodation

Providing high spec flats with complete control, lowering running costs and improving comfort.

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Case study: Eco refurbishment

Case study: Eco refurbishment
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Case study - management of community building made simple

Case study - management of community building made simple

Affordable control of heating, lighting and entry to increase the energy efficiency and simplify maintenance of this commercial building.

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What is SAP? An explanation for developers

What is SAP? An explanation for developers

The standard assessment procedure (SAP) is used to assess the energy efficiency of a newly constructed residential building to confirm that it complies with Part L1 of the building regulations. The calculations done on the plans and then done again on the completed building to incorporate any changes that have been...

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Are new build homes always eco homes?

Are new build homes always eco homes?

They should be!  It is the 21st Century after all.  With all the talk about the environment and sustainability and meeting targets to save the Earth, building homes that are conducive to reducing our carbon footprint is the very least we can do.  Not to mention saving those vital pennies.

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4 of the best ways to heat a home with no mains gas

4 of the best ways to heat a home with no mains gas

So you’re embarking on a new adventure? All of your ducks are in a row; career, partner, kids. It’s time to tick that next box – build your own home.  The years of dreaming and scheming have finally paid off and here you stand on the threshold of… of what? How will you approach this mammoth task and what, if...

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The criteria of Part L2: non-residential buildings

The criteria of Part L2: non-residential buildings

The Building regulations 2010 Part L2 covers the energy efficiency requirements for non-residential buildings. They are divided into Part L2A which covers new build and Part L2B which covers renovations.

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Introduction to Part L2: non-residential buildings

Introduction to Part L2: non-residential buildings

The Building regulations 2010 Part L2 covers the energy efficiency requirements for non-residential buildings. They are divided into Part L2A which covers new build and Part L2B which covers renovations.

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Building regulations Part L1: residential buildings

Building regulations Part L1: residential buildings

The Building Regulations Part L set the energy efficiency standards for residential buildings. They are divided into part L1A, which covers new build, and part L1B, which covers renovations to existing buildings.

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Wired or wireless - which system is right for your smart home?

Wired or wireless - which system is right for your smart home?

The internet is the backbone of everyday life, we use it not only to keep in touch with family and friends, but to watch movies, shop and run our finances. There are however many questions still being asked about how we manage all this data, and how we can best distribute the signals through each room in our homes....

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