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Mid Devon 

Our team were appointed to carry out renovation works to a bungalow that was in desperate need of modernisation.  The property itself had little work undertaken since it was originally built in the 1960’s. Following a successful planning application, the bungalow would undergo extensive remodelling and extending. 





Robinson Jary Architects


9 Months


Complete renovation of 1960’s bungalow including 3 timber frame extensions

Complete new roof including loft conversion.

New triple glazed windows & doors throughout

Conversion of an existing oil boiler to energy efficient air source heat pump

Complete new plumbing installation including under floor heating throughout

Supply & installation of modern wood burner

We worked closely with the client to compile a fully priced schedule of works.  This process involved working within the client’s design brief and budget to agree on a specification and programme of works.  Our team carefully micro manged the entire construction programme as the clients intended to live in the property whilst works were being undertaken. 

The renovation project also allowed for the update & renewal of the existing plumbing and electric system.  The old inefficient oil boiler was replaced with a highly efficient air source heat pump and old inefficient light fittings were replaced with low energy LED alternatives.   

The project itself involved the construction of two timber frame extensions together with the renovation of the existing bungalow. Timber frame with the use of SIP panels as a form of construction was preferred as it provided greater thermal performance as well as being a faster method of construction.   The thermal efficiency of the bungalow was also increased by the introduction of highly efficient triple glazed windows and doors.  The existing insulation was removed and replaced with high-performance insulation as well as introducing a retrospectively fitted UFH system. 


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