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Build better outbuildings with sustainable solutions

Whether it’s a garden office, shed or a playhouse, outbuildings are becoming increasingly common in homes across the country. They’re a great addition for your customers who want to add a little something extra to their homes, and provide some nice additional work for tradespeople. On this page, we look at all the main things to consider when working on an outbuildings job.

Sustainable outbuildings
1. 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.

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2. Gyproc SoundBloc Plasterboard

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.

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3. 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.

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Learn about the benefits of sedum roofing

Blooming lovely: The benefits of sedum roofing

Here’s why sedum roofs are the perfect choice for anyone looking to make their home better for the environment.

Sustainable outbuildings

Looking outside the box with outbuildings

If a full extension or loft conversion is a bit too daunting for your customers, then creating an outbuilding could be a good compromise.

Project estimating from Build Aviator

Project estimating

Build Aviator helps you to save time, build intelligently, reduce risks and make you more competitive for every job.

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