Derbyshire

We are pleased to offer air testing, SAP calculations and heat loss surveys throughout Derbyshire. Based in Cheshire, our air test engineers can be on-site quickly should you require an urgent air test at any of your Derbyshire based locations.

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Air Testing in Ilkeston

Domestic & Commercial Air Testing in Ilkeston, Derbyshire Do I need an airtightness test? It is a government requirement for any new build development to

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Air Testing in Long Eaton

Domestic & Commercial Air Testing in Long Eaton, Derbyshire Do I need an airtightness test? It is a government requirement for any new build development

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Air Testing in Derby

Domestic & Commercial Air Testing in Derby, Derbyshire Do I need an airtightness test? It is a government requirement for any new build development to

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Things to see and do in Derbyshire

If you’re looking for something to do in Derbyshire, consider taking in one of the town’s former spas. Matlock Bath is a former resort and county town, twinned with Eaubonne in France. This historic town sits in the south-eastern part of the Peak District with the National Park to the west. If you’re looking for a little culture, you can find a number of activities in the city.

If you like escape rooms, you may want to check out the National Tramway Museum, which is themed after the movies Saw and Mission Impossible. It has a full-scale replica of a period village with a mile-long track, a Sculpture Trail, and more. You can even visit the Hathersage open-air swimming pool, which was originally opened in 1936 and features beautiful views of the Derbyshire countryside. The outdoor pool is heated to 82 degrees and is a great place to cool off when the weather gets too hot.

The Victorian-era Heights of Abraham is an estate with unbeatable views of the Peak District. If you’re visiting during the summer holidays, take the kids to visit the Gothic cathedral of Church Hole, which was founded by a local parson and member of the Ancient Order of Druids. The museum is free to enter, though it’s best to book in advance so that you don’t miss out on the breathtaking views.

The Peak District Mining Museum is a must-see attraction in Derbyshire. The museum houses many fascinating artifacts from ancient times, including a giant gold mine. If you’re feeling more adventurous, you can climb to the top of the temple and then try high-wire adventures on the mountainside. There’s also plenty of other fun activities for children to enjoy, including pony rides and horseback riding. If you’re looking for an adventure, head to the Peak District Mining Museum, and don’t forget to try the Highwire adventure!

For an adventure, you can visit the Peak Wildlife Park. Home to meerkats, wallabies, and other animals, this park is ideal for children. If you’re traveling with children, you can participate in keeper days and learn more about the animal kingdom. The museum also offers great opportunities to explore geology. Among Derbyshire’s most popular attractions is its museums. It is home to a wealth of historical buildings, which include the famous Cromford Mill, the first water-powered cotton mill, and the oldest known limestone quarry.

You can visit the famous Mam Tor, which is a 500-metre high hill built by landslides. The museum has been featured on a popular TV show and allows guests to walk through the spooky cells of the historic prison. The beautiful city centre is a great place to spend a romantic evening in Derby. Once you’ve visited the museums, you can visit the nearby canal barges and the Odeon cinema.

The region’s rolling hills and quaint market towns make it a perfect place to explore. You’ll also find monuments and a history of childhood in the region. You’ll be able to learn more about the region’s history and its people by taking a sightseeing tour. The museum is a fantastic place for families to spend the day. It also holds special events during the holidays and is a great place to buy souvenirs.

The town of Buxton is home to some fascinating attractions. The famous Heights of Abraham is the most famous landmark in Matlock, but you can also explore the town’s Georgian architecture at the ‘Pool’. If you aren’t an outdoors person, you can also visit the city’s stately homes. ‘The Crescent’ is the finest Georgian street in the city, and it features two restaurants.

If you’re a fan of literature, you’ll want to visit Derbyshire’s historical markets and stately homes. The city of Chesterfield is the largest settlement in the county and is famous for its crooked spire at the Church of Saint Mary and All Saints. There’s also a historic market town in Castleton, where you can go on a long walk through the countryside. There are plenty of other attractions in Derbyshire to make the town a wonderful holiday spot.