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audit, although it was a shame that she was in Australia when they wanted information from her. The house itself is designed and constructed


with an energy efficient fabric. The combination of timber frame, insulation (which no surprise is Kingspan as the company owns Potton) and solid wood double-glazed windows, was com- pleted with an impressive U-value measurement of 0.17 W/m2


K. Having been through the loss of her husband


but also the challenges of a build which faced the worst of UK winter weather, Nikki is looking to the future in a house which she is rightly proud of. She can now look out of her bedroom win- dow over a field where she once kept a horse, which is helping her feel at home. She says: “It’s as nice as I could have imag- ined. I never thought I’d get to build a house,


Contacts/suppliers


Foundation Groundwork: Hereditas Ltd. 01462 475196 / 07802 373031 hereditas@hotmail.com


Roofing: Manor Roofing


01462 743150 / 07831 870532 ian.wilkie@idnet.co.uk


Brickwork, Landscaping: Pryor construction 07712 051928 / 07885 516561 heatherlewispryor@btinternet.com


Electrics: EBS Ltd


01767 683836 / 07868 004284 john@ebs-ltd.biz


Dry Lining, Screeding and Insulation: Colin Dry Lining 01767 681213 / 07860 701212 alistair_collin@hotmail.com


Plumbing and Heating: Pro Heat 01234 764088 / 07831 466778 proheat@hotmail.co.uk


Carpentry Timber: Constructions Ltd 01462 476199


elaine@timberconstructions.co.uk


Project summary


Location: Comberton, Cambridgeshire Contractor & project manager: Potton Land cost: £150,000 Build cost: £300,000 Current value: £650,000


you dream of it as a kid but I never thought I’d do it.” Nikki is convinced that not going it alone was the right approach: “I don’t know how peo- ple do the whole thing. There’s enough emo- tional stress without having to work out when the plumber’s going to come.”


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With over 30 years experience in the plumbing trade we can take the guesswork out of any plumbing problem and will recommend the best solutions based on your requirements.


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Call or email us today for a chat... 01767 683836 / 07868 004284


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Building your own home is an exciting and fulfilling experience. To make sure your dream home is perfect, you need to recruit a team who will use their skills and knowledge to make your vision come true. Electrical Building Solutions Ltd have the skills and experience to give you the advice and guidance you need when building your own home. Having worked for the local authority and police in the area, you can rest assured that EBS have an excellent track record for reliability and professionalism. Our Director, John Waters has worked with project managers and self building customers for over 25 years. He lives in his own self built house and understands what is needed to make your house a home.


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