GARAGE CONVERSION AUDIT
STRUCTURAL LOFT CONVERSION AUDIT
PRE-PURCHASE FEASABILITY CONSULTATION
STEEL WORK CONNECTIONS
INTERIOR MINOR ALTERATIONS
CDM & ASSOCIATED REPORTS
HEALTH & SAFETY REPORTS
3D MODELLING (from)
SOIL INVESTIGATION REPORTS
AIR PRESSURE TESTING
BUILDING CONTROL APPLICATIONS
AIR TIGHTNESS TESTING
SOUND INSULATION TESTING
PART F VENTILATION TESTING
RENEWABLE ENERGY ADVICE & INSTALL
THERMOGRAPHIC SURVEYS & TESTING
CODE FOR SUSTAINABLE HOMES
PART G WATER CALCS
DOMESTIC EPC’S FOR LANDLORDS & HOMEOWNERS
Just when we thought it was all done, the lockdown could hit us again at any time. On the positive side of this situation, some of us have more time to make our homes into a real castle! The interior of our homes can have a significant impact on our mental well-being, so here are a few of the latest trends - just in case you need a little motivation.
Navy is the most significant trend among the colours of 2021.
Creating that ‘Scandi Noir’ modern luxury. Not only are walls in navy huge right now but accessories and furnishings too. Start in your brightest room, lots of natural light and big windows will make this look dramatic but not gloomy. In a room where there isn’t loads of natural light, use gold accessories to create a sophisticated and modern palette.
Textured walls are going to be everywhere
According to the Milan Design Agenda, nature plays an essential role in design for 2021. Stone, marble, wooden beams and wall slabs will experience a revival. Textured wallpaper could help with this trend and is certainly cheaper than renovation. Light bright complex textures are hot right now.
The minimalist lifestyle, inspired by Scandinavian houses, encourages us to buy useful, attractive and well-designed things. Less is more. As we roll into next year, movements such as line art will flourish as more and more homeowners crave a more peaceful environment. I think everyone has gone through a major decluttering phase during a lockdown and now we can achieve that minimalist look far more easily.
Greige is the colour trend that inspires us the most for 2021
We all know that grey has been the most popular choice for interior design in recent years. But without the right balancing skills, grey can give your house feeling cold. Alternatively, beige can sometimes be too warm. So... step up "greige" (grey + beige) which is in the middle of these two common colours. Greige works in both cold and warm colour schemes, which makes it perfectly neutral to choose when you want a feeling of calm and balance.
Plants can be real but dried are IN
Indoor plants have been a big trend for years, but the most significant discovery is pampas. Fluffy pampas feathers, dried palm and grass spears work incredibly well with tropical or botanical design themes.
All about organic
A decor trend based on bringing nature to our homes.
The use of natural materials and vegetable-based fibres is not surprising. Last year, we saw how this idea developed from wicker and rattan to natural silk upholstery, hemp curtains, and even cork walls. Everything that connects us with nature raises our thumbs, and next year we will see the transition to luxury decor.