Doors are a key aesthetic feature for any new build, extension or renovation and one of the decisions you will have to make is what type of door style best suits, says Amy Blount at Reynaers at Home.

Victoria Ramwell from cold-applied liquid waterproofing specialist, Kemper System, explains the challenges surrounding ecclesiastical building roof renovation, and offers best practice advice.

Peter Hazeldean, MD of heritage specialist Ion Glass, offers his advice.

Located on a street lined with vivid multicoloured houses, this 1850s end-of-the-mews pied-à-terre, off the King’s Road in Chelsea, London, features a redesigned layout with bold interiors and bespoke furnishings to create the perfect environment to relax and entertain. London-based architecture and interior company TR Studio is responsible for the…

19 Nov 2019
Davinder Sangha at Schiedel Chimney Systems suggests a wood-burning stove in conservatories would make the space more inviting during colder months and pinpoints issues to think about prior to installation.

Here, i-build questions Hudson Lambert, Managing Director at Safeguard Europe, about optimum waterproofing methods to tackle water ingress within basements.

Probably one of the most profitable ways of improving and adding value and space to your home is to build a conservatory or garden room.

In the midst of Brexit, Britons are opting to stay put and improve rather than move, so it’s important to understand that there are plenty of options for refurbishing homes.

David and Tanith Ridgway, along with their daughters, 10-year-old Molly and five-year-old Erin, live in this beautiful family home, complete with a Glatthaar Fertigkeller basement.

Of the myriad of considerations when building or refurbishing a countryside home – one that should not be overlooked at the initial design stage is security.

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