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Build It
January 2020
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Build It
Welcome
In the December 2018 issue we announced that we, the
REGULARS
inspiration
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product news
Great shopping ideas for your custom home project
The perfect Christmas gift!
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Self build & custom build mortgages
Looking to fund your bespoke home project? Each month we round up the best deals from leading lenders and update you on what you need to know to secure the right finance
Ask the EXPERTS
Essential advice on your problems with building, budgeting, DIY & planning from the most experienced names in the self build industry
BEGINNER’S GUIDE TO finding land
The first step in your self build journey is tracking down a viable building site. Keep yourself ahead of the competition with Build It’s top plot hunting tips
Land FOR SALE
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FAMILY HEIRLOOM
PLOT WATCH: Mike Dade investigates
next month…
READERS’ PROJECTS
focus on:
Steve Goodhew from the CobBauge initiative tells us about the team’s innovative research into a modern version of this traditional straw-based building material
READERS’ HOMES
Family affair
Laurence and Debbie Osborne worked with their architect son and their contractor son-in-law to add a stunning extension onto their 18th century barn
Scaling new heights
Bill and Carol Haygarth demolished their 1980s house to create an award-winning contemporary home that makes the most of its elevated position
Traditional style
After years of searching for a self build opportunity, Nick and Sue Price realised their dream home on an idyllic plot in Hampshire
Tailor-made home
As well as transforming their 1960s abode, Debbie and David Sesay’s renovation project has created a home where the whole family can enjoy time together
GREEN HOME GREEN fingers
The simple elegance to Nicola and Chris Pelmear’s home belies its complex eco credentials, where even the snowdrops were salvaged
RENOVATION &BUILDING
Restoring period features
Complete guide to renovating a house
Structural systems: the options
Choosing your construction method is one of the most important decisions when self building, so getting it right is crucial. Emily Smith takes a look at the main structural systems available, their benefits and some real-life examples
The future of woodburning stoves
Following the government’s Clean Air Strategy legislation, Lucy Aplin explains everything you need to know about buying and installing a woodburning stove
Ventilation for new builds
Eco expert Nigel Griffiths discusses how to get the air flow right in your house–an essential element for creating a healthy home
Guide to flat roof coverings
Anamika Talwaria outlines the options available for your flat roof’s finish, and the key considerations to make
Build cost basics: roof tiles
Adrian Wild from the Build It Estimating Service takes a closer look at what you can expect to pay for your home’s roof tiles
EXPERT HELP
Accessible to all
Inclusive design isn’t costly. By embracing it from the outset, your home will benefit you and your guests for the rest of your lives, says architect Opinder Liddar
Dealing with neighbours
Mike Dade investigates the level of influence other local residents can have on your project, and how to successfully navigate issues and objections they bring up
Project management guide: Scheduling
Understanding what’s likely to happen when on site is key to a successful project. Mike Hardwick looks at the basic sequence of events for a typical self build venture
DRAUGHT PROOFING a period home
Historic buildings expert Alan Tierney explains how to make a period home comfortable and free of cold spots, without compromising its ability to breathe
How a site influences house design
From trees and other geographical features through to local materials, what’s on and around your plot can feed in to the way a dwelling’s design takes shape. This can often make for an interesting result, says architect Julian Owen
Structural details: Acoustic performance
Not only is sound proofing a requirement of Building Regs, it’s a necessity for a quiet and peaceful interior environment, says expert Tim Doherty