Can you build a house for £100,000?
You may have read the article about Self-Building on a budget published in the Daily Telegraph on Saturday 21 June 2014, endorsing the principle that Self-Building not only produces homes which may be unique and energy efficient, but are also economic to build.
What was not obvious in the article, which focussed on the practicality of building a home for less than £100,000, was that two of the three projects referenced in the article were built using Beco WALLFORM, endorsing the cost effectiveness of this practical building system.
Although any of the properties illustrated could have been constructed using Wallform, it’s good to know that economically the system stacks up.
For those who may not have seen the article, just follow the link here.
We have featured Robin Cochrane’s home in a previous news item – ‘Sample the comforts of Beco Wallform and enjoy a Scottish holiday‘
Richard Baldwin’s project is featured in the August edition of “Homebuilding & Renovating.”