Making your home more sustainable isn’t just good for the environment, but it is also good for you and your wallet. Sustainable homes use energy much more efficiently which means less impact on the world around you and savings on your bills. A more efficient home can also be beneficial to your health, providing you with cleaner air and producing less pollution. A sustainable home produces much less wastage and there are ways that you can use any waste that is produced to your advantage…
When you choose to build your home, there are three general options available to you. Firstly, there is the traditional on-site build, which most of us are familiar with. Secondly, there is the choice of a Kit home, where the home is supplied in pieces for you to build. Lastly, there is a modular home, of which the majority is built in a factory setting, and put together on site as modules, as the name suggests. Each of these choices has their own advantages and disadvantages.
Current events have had an effect on many industries, including real estate. Here is a breakdown of price rises and what it means for our Swanbuild Homes’ customers.
Your outdoor area need not only be used in summer - you can design the space to be comfortable year round. With careful consideration of the location of your area; roof protection; heat; light; and comfort elements; you can create a cosy outdoor retreat for all seasons.
If you have the space and the means, a house with five bedrooms or more is the ultimate dream. Whether you have a large family, regularly entertain and accommodate visitors, or want to capitalise on the extra rooms for other purposes, a house with five bedrooms will allow you complete freedom of choice, no matter your current lifestyle status.