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Latest Issue : March/April 2018

The March/April issue of Housebuilder & Developer includes our regular ‘product round-ups’ which, as always, showcase the latest exciting and innovative products available.

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Features in this issue include:

  • Accessibility: An uplift in building accessibility
    Oliver Greening of LIFTEX 2019 looks at the implications for developers. See page 23…
  • Bricks, Blocks & Cement: You can’t beat the air
    Calum Forsyth of H+H considers how masonry construction could be a major part of the solution to the UK housing crisis. See page 36…
  • Doors, Windows & Accessories: Warm reception
    Bruce Manning of the Synseal Group takes a look at the advantages of warm aluminium products. See page 39…
  • Floor & Floor Coverings: Floor It
    Have you ever wondered why a newly installed tiled floor looks dirty? In most cases it’s down to a poor initial clean, with over 70 per cent of all installation complaints as the result of this. Lisa Breakspear of FILA UK explains further. See page 45…
  • Groundworks & Sewage Treatment: Tackling drainage challenges
    Ann Boardman of Saniflo UK explains how to overcome drainage challenges in timber homes. See page 49…
  • Rainwater & Greywater: Gutter bliss
    Paul Jackson of Polypipe explains why developers should ensure they are selecting the right guttering and downpipe system on each project. See page 56…
  • Smoke & Fire Protection: A sense of place
    Martyn Walley of Aico advises on the importance of getting placement right when it comes to alarms. See page 59…
  • Stairs, Balustrades & Balconies: Installing a balcony
    Richard Twiddy of F.H. Brundle explains how the right balcony can elevate a property. See page 61…
  • Underfloor Heating: Both feet on the ground
    Shane Oxberry of YPS Plumbing Supplies recaps the many compelling benefits of underfloor heating. See page 64…

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