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New Website

Stormking have successfully been hosting a website for nearly 10 years and this website has changed considerably over this period. It is now time for another change in the Stormking website life cycle but this change is not merely a face lift, there are a number of impressive new features on their way. Stormking have worked closely with web developers iWeb from Stafford, come up with an eye catching new corporate website, which highlights Stormking's brand leadership, and continues to keep setting the standards with regard to product range...

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Project Name: Howgill Skies

The OBJECTIVE - Located close to one of the South Cumbria's most picturesque market towns, Sedbergh, Cumbrian Homes' Howgill Skies development will contain 12 new homes. Designed and built to the latest standards and finished in local natural stone, a high standard of specification is common throughout the development - making the homes the most energy efficient the developer has built to date. The CHALLENGE - New homes developer Cumbrian Homes required high performance insulation for its new 12 home development to achieve...

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Super low energy sips house 'riding' on Marmox Thermobloc

A regional developer specialising in very low energy and PassivHaus projects is making use of the ThermoBlock structural insulation for the first time as part of a bespoke SIPs construction for a client in the East Riding of Yorkshire. RM Developments concentrates on building eco-friendly, mainly residential properties for individual clients using modern methods of construction with very high insulation standards and featuring renewable energy technologies including heat pumps and PV panels. On its most recent project near York, RM Developments is creating a spacious...

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Ubiflex non-lead flashing makes a complex job simple

Crown build of Maldon chose Ubbink's Ubiflex non-lead flashing system for a variety of applications on the new roof at Priory Court, a private development in Hatfield Peverel, Essex. Manufactured from aluminium mesh reinforcement, coated with a mixture of modified bitumen and additives, Ubiflex is a malleable material which can be used in most applications where lead is traditionally considered. It is available in two thicknesses (B2 2.3mm and B3 3.5mm) and finished in grey, terracotta and black, in 6m or 12m roll lengths...

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Mira's wireless Advance simplifies wet rooms

Mira Showers has enhanced its ever popular Advance electric shower range - the first choice for registered social landlords and adaptation specialists - with the addition of the only shower on the market to offer wireless pairing to a waste water pump. The Mira Advance Flex Extra Wireless simplifies installing or retro-fitting a wet room in situations where a conventional gravity fed drainage system would be unfeasible such as where level access is required. Developed especially for the visually impaired and endorsed by the RNIB, the standard Mira Advance Flex...

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High-Tech and Classic Handmade Garage Doors

Rundum Meir UK ltd specialise in high quality, standard and custom made, exterior door systems that are made in a range of beautiful materials including timber, copper, aluminium and glass. They offer a complete exterior door systems service - from survey and design to manufacture, installation and maintenance. Rundum Meir work closely with architects and clients and pride themselves in their personal service and ability to provide design solutions. Their exterior door systems have been used on listed buildings, award-winning new build, conceptual architecture...

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Beating the brick shortage

Joe Ragdale, technical manager for Wetherby Building Systems, discusses the alternative construction techniques and materials house builders can use to combat the brick shortage. The UK construction industry is suffering from a widely reported brick shortage and, combined with the lack of skilled bricklayers, it is threatening to cause delays to the recovering housing market. Traditional brick build is still the most popular among housing developers, but as they come under pressure to meet government targets for new homes, it poses a serious question...

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