This is the 3rd article in a series about the factors related to your warranty when flooring your loft. Read the other articles here: Does loft flooring affect my new home warranty? Part 1 – Your Warranty Does loft flooring affect my new home warranty? Part 2 – NHBC Loft Requirements Does loft flooring affect […]
This is the second article in a series considering whether flooring your loft can affect your warranty. Read the other articles here: Does loft flooring affect my new home warranty? Part 1 – Your Warranty Does loft flooring affect my new home warranty? Part 3 – Building Regulations Does loft flooring affect my new home warranty? […]
So you’re getting the keys to your brand new home and starting to think about the task of moving all your things. You don’t have as much storage space as you used to so where will everything go? Perhaps all your grand plans for the garage gym/study/man-cave/Swedish sauna will need to go on hold while you move things there ‘temporarily for sorting later’. (We’ve all been there.)
How many people have been told this by their builder? I’m afraid it’s not quite true. The purpose of the NHBC Buildmark warranty is to hold the builder to account in case their work does not meet the NHBC requirements – a strict set of standards which are based on building regulations.
“A quarter of heat is lost through the roof in an uninsulated home” – Home Energy Scotland Loft insulation is one of the most cost effective and easy ways of improving the energy efficiency of your home, and one of the first things you should consider.
So for the vast majority of people, storage is the primary purpose for boarding their loft. But for those of us who are fortunate enough to either have an abundance of storage space, or somehow have managed to avoid accumulating an excessive amount of clutter, there may be other options available… Although using your loft […]