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Saturday 9th January 2021 • Promotional Content


Home improvements, interiors & energy savings New Year, New You 29


New year, new you, new home M


After a year of upheaval that’s turned the world upside down, many people find themselves at a potential turning point


idwinter is traditionally a time to pause and reflect and, this year more than


ever, feels like a time to consider how we want the ‘new normal’ to look — is it time to make a fresh start? Home is one area that means so


much — it’s our shelter, sanctuary and comfort, the place we spend most of our lives, the place we return to. With tumult around the world, people have been spending more time than ever in their homes — working from home, watching news online, socialising by Zoom — and many have found


themselves prompted to reassess how, and where, they want to live. As climate change hovers in the


headlines, it’s never been clearer that lifestyles need to be greener to ensure a healthy future for us all. A low-im- pact, sustainable lifestyle is becoming ever more important — and the way we live now has the potential to affect all of our lives going forward. While we all care for our individual


homes, it’s clearer all the time that the earth, our wider home, needs consideration as much as our own four walls.


A low-impact, sustainable lifestyle is becoming ever more important — and the way we live now has the potential to affect all of our lives going forward


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Offering one of the most sustain-


able self-build homes on the market today, Caber House is addressing the climate emergency by providing beautifully designed homes that also have a positive impact on the environment. Using natural materials and a building


construction,


building a Caber House seques- ters more carbon than it releases in construction (meaning it locks in more carbon than it releases), allowing you to build a home to suit both your lifestyle and the planet. Te house designs have been devel-


oped by highly qualified architects, using cutting-edge technology and Passivhaus principles, to ensure a healthy, low-energy build. Combined with


renewable energy systems,


the houses can achieve zero carbon running throughout their lifespan. Completed houses, from the Western Isles of Scotland to the south of England, have proven the year-round comfort and efficiency of these homes, demonstrating


the versatility


Caber House is addressing the climate emergency by providing beautifully designed homes that also have a positive impact on the environment


From concept to completion, every


aspect is taken care of. Caber Houses come in a range of


and


resilience of the designs. Tis architect-led, design-and-


build firm is not only pushing the sustainability agenda, but is also demonstrating how stress-free a self- build can be, by taking care of every step of the design and build process. Caber House sees it as proving the concept that quality, sustainable builds are easy to achieve with the right know-how.


basic house types, which can each be optimised and adjusted to suit individual needs and lifestyle, including the creation of bespoke designs. It works with clients to create a home that’ll look after the inhabit- ants, just as the inhabitants look after the planet. Spacious, elegant and light-filled,


these designs are made to promote wellbeing while also having a positive impact on the environment — both the immediate surrounds and the wider world. For today, and all of the future. Caber House could well be the right choice for your next move.


To find out more about healthy self-build homes, contact Caber House T: 01369 510 050 E: contact@caberhouse.co.uk caberhouse.co.uk All enquiries welcome.


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