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  • Part L Building Regulations

    The Building Regulations is a set of rules covering buildings and construction of buildings. They are a legal requirement, covering areas such as architecture and implimentation. The aims of Part L Building Regulations Part L contains guidelines relating to the preservation of fuel and energy. The act aims to limit fuel and energy usage where possible. Including, heat gains or loss, and... Carry on Reading
  • Open Fireplace

    open fireplace: interior home Fireplaces are the most popular amenities that most buyers consider and more in looking for a new home.  These facilities offer an extra touch of architectural vitality, both indoors and outdoors.  There are many great benefits of having a fireplace in your home, seven of which are: With the introduction of central heating, there has been a tendency to close chimneys and install... Carry on Reading
  • Radiator Not Working

    Radiator: Cat on Radiator There can be different causes which contribute to a radiator not working as expected. With some guidance, a homeowner may be able to resolve some of the problems. A series of logical checks set out in this guide can help determine the cause. Once, the home owner determines the cause, they can then work on fixing the issue. Step 1: Check all the radiators in your home or property First,... Carry on Reading
  • Part 1 Architectural Assistant

    Part 1 Architectural Assistant: Architecture stationary There are many different options that you can consider if you want to train as an architect. Although the normal way is to complete a five-year study at a university and have at least two years of practical experience, it can also be studied part-time; Study through the RIBA study or through the new learning path while working on an architectural practice. The term "nchitect" is... Carry on Reading