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Time and Budget

Whether you are the client or designer, we all have different aims, but a unified desire to ensure the project is completed on time, on budget and in accordance with the intended design criteria.

Open and Honest

We believe open and honest communication with the client’s team and designers throughout the project period ensures andy issues that arise can be dealt with effectively and with the minimum disruption.

Tips around the home to help reduce CO2 emissions

- Cover the saucepan with a lid when simmering food.
- Turning your heating down by a degree or two (you probably won't notice).
- Closing the curtains at dusk to stop heat loss through your windows.
- Not leaving TV’s and Stereos on 'standby' (they use as much electricity as when they're on).
- Not leaving fridge or freezer doors open for longer than you need too; energy needed to cool down again.
- Letting hot food cool before you put it in the fridge.
- Using a microwave oven if you have one (it's more energy efficient than a normal oven).
- Using a toaster if you have one (it's more efficient than a grill).
- Washing dishes by hand when you can (dishwashers use lots of energy and water).
- Recycle anything you are able to, such as newspapers, bottles and cans (recycling saves energy).
- Cycling, running, walking or use public transport (cars are one of the biggest users of energy).
- Making the most of daylight by fitting daylight sensors to your external security lighting.
- Replacing your appliances when they break down with ones that have a better energy rating.
- Replace your central heating boiler with a condensing boiler when it stops being efficient.