Energy efficient House in llandrindod Wells

This project consisted of the gutting of the existing building to form new energy efficient  property with a large extension to the rear and a sun room extension to the front elevation.

  • Existing walls lined with high efficiency insulation and self coloured rendering.
  • Triple glazing installed.
  • New roof with energy efficient insulation panels.
  • Solar thermal and photovoltaic panels fitted.
  • High efficient mechanical heat recovery air handling system.
  • New bathrooms, kitchen, bedrooms and lounge areas.
  • External patio areas, new green house base, drainage and remodelling of extensive garden area.

 

 

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House in Brecon

This is a modernisation and major extension of an existing bungalow.

Works included :

 

  • Demolition of existing lean-to
  • Excavation of soil and building of two storey extension.
  • Remodeling of internal layout with new kitchen and bathroom
  • Refurbishment of existing parquet flooring and installation of new oak flooring.
  • Installation of solar thermal and photo voltaic solar panels with a new heating system.
  • Water recycling system.
  • New stone walling and forming of extended patio areas

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Painscastle

An ongoing development of 4 executive houses on a brown field site.

The houses are individually designed to incorporate the best of the site and building materials.

The development required :

  • The forming of a new entrance.
  • Widening of the council owned access road.
  • Forming of a footpath
  • Stone walling and improving of visibility at the junction

The first completed house includes a ground source heat pump system , photo voltaic solar panels, oak flooring throughout, oak staircase and individual bathroom , lighting and kitchen designs.

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The Sidings, Garth station.

A recently built development of houses on a brown field site in Garth, Builth wells. The houses have been designed to incorporate the style, features and materials of the locality .

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Glasbury Houses.

Building of six new houses on a previous industrial site. The houses are built using locally sourced stone.

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Bronllys Chapel.

Conversion of previously derelict chapel into 3 housing units.

  • New flooring
  • Roofing
  • Insulation
  • Decoration
  • Electrical and plumbing systems

The houses have been designed to be energy efficient using a modern electrical heating system.

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Glascwm

Refurbishing/remodelling of two small cottages into one property.

  • Total gutting of property
  • New roofing
  • Insulation
  • Decorating
  • Heating and electrical systems

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