Tip of the week
Get involved with everything – break the project down into components and become as knowledgable as you can about each and every element. It’s the only way to stay fully in control.
Ken Martin, who has built a spectacular energy-efficient home in Sydenham Park Conservation Area. Case study A Home Among the Trees
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