Team Green!!

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Its a beautiful day here in Brighton – and we thought we’d take the opportunity to have a group photos of most (not all!) of the Bright Green Homes team outside our offices. Its a bit hard to make us out as we are in the shade – but we are there! Have a great weekend everyone! 😆

Adding the roof

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So, to update last week’s blog this week we have been installing the large cranked steel – no easy feat shifting 200kg of steel! But the right tools always make things easier – and safer.. hence the scissor lift The timbers are being pitched and the overall roof should be pretty much ready for tiling (with the recycled clay tiles …

External Wall Insulation

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Another external wall insulation project completed! The tricky access on this Victorian house meant that scaffolding had to be brought through the narrow side passage and erected to the rear elevation. A substantial amount of external pipework had to be removed and re-fixed to allow space for the insulation and render. The existing windows were removed and replaced with new …

Victorian Terrace Renovation up-date

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We are well into our Victorian Terrace home renovation project that we have been working with our friends at Cityzen Design on. The external walls have come down and the new steel beams supporting the 1st floor are in place. Thomas and Jo have a lovely new boiler and underfloor insulation to keep them warm during the winter months. A …

Victorian Terrace – Renovation

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A new project we have is the conversion of a separate kitchen, hall & dining room on the groundfloor of a Victorian terraced house into one open plan space for the family to enjoy together, and then a new Loft Conversion (starting in the new year). Working with the fantastic clients Thomas & Jo and our architectural partner on this …

The first of the windows are in..

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So, the first of the windows at Elms Lea have been installed on the first floor of the house. They look amazing, and will look even better when the cork external wall insulation and the featherboard cladding have been added. Also while we have been up on the scaffolding it is apparent that the seagulls that live on the roof …