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Build better house extensions with sustainable solutions

When customers think of ways to make their homes better, creating more space commonly comes to mind. An extension is a great solution that can make a massive impact on a home. Whether it be a small kitchen extension or a large double storey one, extensions can be tailored to suit the requirements of any customer.

On this page, we’ll talk you through our top tips and advice on getting the job done.

Five steps to a sustainable house extension
1. PipeSnug

Compliant with Part L of the Build Regulations. PipeSnug is quicker and cleaner than mortar at sealing holes created when installing pipe work from the inside out. 

Buy now - PipeSnug

2. UNOhab

This type of system provides constant fresh filtered air into a building while retaining most of the energy that has already been used in heating the building. This kind of system can extract and recycle any warmth in the outgoing air by transferring it into the new supply - optimising the climate in the home.

Buy now - UNOHab

3. Gyproc SoundBloc

It is a plasterboard with a higher density sound insulating core, enables the wall, partition and ceiling system to provide greater sound insulation performance over standard products by reducing the transmission of sound between rooms.

Buy now - SoundBloc

4. Velux Solar

A window operator, solar cell, battery and wireless wall switch; and features an integrated rain sensor that automatically closes the window in the event of rain.

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5. Planitherm

A range of modern, high-performance glazing for the home made by Saint-Gobain Glass. Planitherm glass doesn't just meet UK energy standards and Building Regulations, it exceeds them: offering better efficiency than traditional double glazing.

Get in Touch about Making Better Homes

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For more information on the Making Better Homes product range, get in touch with the team.