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Planning Permission Guide
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A Guide To Planning Permission

If you are looking to build a new extension or conservatory on your property, you may need to obtain planning permission. In this article we’ll discuss whether you need permission to build an extension and the various types of permission you’ll need. This is also an excellent opportunity to get started on researching planning permission, including the types of applications, requirements and process. If you want to learn more about applying for planning permission, keep reading!

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Water Underfloor Heating
Home Energy

Water Underfloor Heating

Water underfloor heating works by distributing heat evenly throughout the floor. This technology operates at a lower temperature than traditional radiators, reducing energy costs. It can keep your floors warm even when the windows are open. In addition to the many benefits of water underfloor heating, this type of flooring can add value to your home, boosting the overall market value of your home. Here are some of the advantages of water underfloor systems.

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Electric Underfloor Heating
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Electric Underfloor Heating Advantages

Electric underfloor heating. There are two main types of underfloor heating: electric and hydronic. Electric systems use electricity to heat your floors and hot water uses water. Both types of systems use a pump to move the water through pipes. Underfloor radiant heating systems use electricity, water, or geothermal or solar heat pumps to warm your floors and space. Each type of system can provide a warm floor or room. Each type requires a different setup.

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Wooden Flooring
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The Pros and Cons of Wooden Flooring

Wooden floors have a number of advantages, and they are a good option for any home. Apart from being aesthetically pleasing, wooden floors are also extremely durable and resilient. They are also an excellent investment for your home, and can add a high market value to it. Here are some of the benefits of using wood in your home. Read on to find out more. And don’t forget to check the certifications of the wood you’re considering.

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Carbon Monoxide Alarm
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How Do You Avoid Carbon Monoxide Poisoning in Your House?

Carbon monoxide, or CO, is an odorless, colorless gas that can kill in seconds. It can cause sudden cardiac arrest and death in high concentrations. Over 400 people die from carbon monoxide poisoning each year and 20,000 more visit emergency rooms. The most common way for carbon dioxide to poison a person is by burning fuel in a car or small engine. When this fuel is not ventilated properly, it can accumulate and kill a person.

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What Is An EPC – Energy Performance Certificate?

The Energy Performance Certificate, or EPC, is a document that shows the efficiency of a building. Generally, the higher the EPC rating, the better. It is important to keep an eye on your energy bills to make sure that your building is not only energy efficient but is also cost-effective. These certificates are issued by third-party companies and are subject to a strict process of RFP. However, the process can help you save money and reduce your bills.

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Building Regulations Approval
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Building Regulations Approval 2022

If you are thinking of building a new home or constructing an addition to your existing one, you should know that you must obtain Building regulations approval. This is a legal requirement in England and Wales, and is necessary for certain structures. However, you may wonder what is the purpose of this approval and what are the benefits of doing so. Read on to learn more. Here are a few of the most important benefits of receiving this approval.

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Part L Building Regulations 2022
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Changes to Part L Building Regulations – June 2022

Last month, the government introduced new Part L Building Regulations. These new rules set out guidelines for the efficient use of fuel and power in new buildings. It was a significant step towards the government’s aim of making all new homes in England carbon neutral by 2016. But there is still a big question mark surrounding them, especially when the rules are still in their early stages. How will the changes affect the industry? Read on to find out.

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Knauf Loft Insulation
Home Energy

Knauf Loft Insulation

Knauf loft insulation, Knauf Gips KG is a family-owned multinational corporation based in Iphofen, Germany. The company is best known for its drywall gypsum boards. It was founded in 1932 and has since grown to more than five thousand employees. The Knauf brand is known for being one of the world’s most affordable drywall alternatives. But, what exactly is Knauf? How does the Knauf brand differ from competitors?

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