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The use of an alternative energy source is becoming prevalent in many of our projects with the common aim of reducing the demand and cost of fossil fuels.

Pressures on the world wide environment and the prospect of climate change in the 21st Century have seen an increased demand for the use of sustainable building methods. This may involve traditional materials and skills for the core construction, such as timber frames, cob walling and lime based mortars and plasters, or the use of alternative energy production.



In particular, the use of an alternative energy source is becoming prevalent in many of our projects with the common aim of reducing the demand and cost of fossil fuels. Heat pumps, ground loops, bore holes, solar and PV cells are becoming familiar additions to the service installations of a new or refurbished property. So too are the use of grey water recycling and green roof coverings.

This area of the building process needs very careful specialist design and procurement. Although still in its infancy, alternative energy production will become an important part of future building. We are therefore very keen to keep an open mind to innovation and develop relationships with specialist consultants and contractors alike to ensure that our projects benefit from a well-considered strategy and installation.

The environmental cost of waste in the building industry is the driving factor behind the new waste management legislation. Mouldings are continually working hard to minimise this unfortunate by-product of the building process. All our staff are trained in the management of minimising disposal.



Reclaimed materials are frequently used.

Environmental courses are provided to our staff.

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