Finding good quality, buildable land is vital for a successful self-build or custom home project. Explore all avenues with our guide to discovering building plots in Scotland.
Taking on a construction project is daunting, so it can help to know what to expect. To learn more about the building process, why not give yourself a head start by reading ahead? Here, we share our expertise, industry-related knowledge and updates on our current projects.
Where should you start with a new build garden? TV gardener, Scott Smith and garden designer, Iona Hilleary share their ideas to transform a bare, empty plot in Scotland.
Emma Whyatt, Director of Federation of Master Builders Insurance Services explains the types of cover your builder should have and which policies you should consider yourself.
Which project is the most cost effective? Which is the fastest to complete? We look at some of the key elements to help you decide whether to renovate or build from scratch.
Get ahead of the curve and understand what the new building regulations mean and how you can build a compliant, future-proofed Passivhaus home.
How much should you set aside to build your dream custom home in Scotland? Our cost guide includes real life examples, £/m² building prices and the factors affecting construction costs in 2023.
How much does an extension cost? Here are up-to-date figures to guide your project, plus what you need to consider when working out cost.
With energy costs soaring and Scotland's net zero target fast approaching, we all need to be using less energy. We discuss the top 5 benefits of a Passivhaus home.
Nothing is worse than designing your dream home and then learning it’s out of reach. We explain the top 4 reasons why your builder should understand your budget.
A shortage of construction materials saw prices hit a 40 year high in 2021. Will the trend continue in 2022? And what could it mean for your custom home project?
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