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CONTENTS 10.17


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ALSO IN THIS ISSUE:


04-13 INDUSTRY NEWS


15 HOUSEBUILDER NEWS


17 INDUSTRY MOVERS


18-21 COMMENT


22-23 CASE STUDY


25 RCI SHOW PREVIEW


43


LONDON BUILD SHOW PREVIEW


50


SUSTAINABLE HOUSEBUILDING SHOWCASE


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COMMENT BRINGING HOME THE BARRIERS TO SME BUILDING Brian Berry details some of the key issues SME builders are facing as reflected in the organisation’s recent House Builders’ Survey.


FEATURES:


FIRES & FIREPLACES SAFE AS WELL AS WARM Rex Taylor of Kidde Safety Europe offers a reminder of the legal requirements for carbon monoxide alarms when installing fireplaces and heating appliances.


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GLASS & GLAZING GLORIOUS GLAZING Everglade Windows’ Jay Patel invited architect Emily Osler from Granit Architects to talk at its recent customer conference about the latest trends for glazing.


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GROUNDWORKS & SEWAGE TREATMENT FUTURE PIPELINES Michelle Ringland of Lanes for Drains looks at the effect society and technology is having on drainage, and what that means for future urban developments.


PRODUCTS:


Air Conditioning & Ventilation ........................26 Appointments & News .......................................26 Bathrooms & Wetrooms.....................................26-27 Building Products & Services ...........................27 Cladding & Facades.............................................27-28 Doors, Windows & Accessories........................28-30 Fires & Fireplaces..................................................30-31 Finance & Insurance............................................32 Floors & Floor Coverings....................................34 Glass & Glazing......................................................32-34 Ground Reinforcement ......................................34 Groundworks & Sewage Treatment...............34-36


Heating & Renewable Energy..........................34 -37 Insulation ................................................................37-42 Kitchens & Appliances........................................37-40 Lighting & Electrical ............................................40 London Build Show Preview............................40-45 Rainwater & Greywater Products ...................44 RCI Show Preview ................................................25 Smart Home Technology...................................46-48 Stairs, Balustrades & Balconies........................44-48 Sustainable Housebuilding Showcase.........48-50


Classified & Directory ..............................................51 WWW.HBDONLINE.CO.UK


KITCHENS & APPLIANCES FROM MARBLE TO METAL Ongoing research and development in sintered stoneware manufacture offers a wide range of choice to housebuilders and developers. Mar Esteve Cortes, marketing director at TheSize, explains how.


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CASE STUDY ATTENDING TO THE DETAILS The refurbishment of a luxury five bedroom house in Fulham, London, shows how SME builders can set their properties apart from the herd. Jack Wooler reports.


SMART HOME TECHNOLOGY THE SMART ECOSYSTEM As research shows consumer demand for smart home technology is increasing, Loxone’s Omid Nikroo explains why housebuilders should be giving it more consideration, and the benefits of an ‘ecosystem’ approach.


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