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May 17, 2019

Buying a home will by far, be one of your greatest financial commitments. So it is extremely important prior to any purchase that you have a property surveyed or inspected before sealing the deal and making that final decision.

Some tips on having a Property Survey

A sur...

May 1, 2018

We're delighted to announce that we are now offering an expert interior design service as part of our architectural solution to our residential and commercial clients. This service is driven by our associate Michelle Keane, from mibeau Interiors; who has been supportin...

March 1, 2018

Not sure what grants are available when you are considering building or extending?

Was your home built prior to 2006? If so, The Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI) recommends that your home gets an energy upgrade. You are in luck, there is some financial hel...

March 1, 2018

Contemporary Home In Rural Kerry, Nearing Completion. Photo Gallery Will Be Uploaded Soon !

Rural Design Advice for individual houses in rural locations

When you are next driving in the country side, observe the various house types and designs. Those with boundary walls...

December 1, 2017

We recently did an overview article on Planning Permission in general and explained how it doesn’t have to be a minefield, provided you have an experienced professional on board. 

To build your home on a green field site in a rural location, specific criteria needs to b...

November 18, 2017

Seeking planning permission does not have to be a minefield, if you have the necessary experience.

There are generally two routes you can take:

1) prepare drawings etc for proposal and submit for local authority approval;

2) possibly your proposal is within the exempted...

November 8, 2017

If you are considering buying, selling or even building, you've probably come across the term BER’s. We've had a good few people ask us what this means, so thought we'd write an article all about it.

BER is a survey to provide an advisory report and certificate tha...

October 24, 2017

The cancer-causing radioactive gas 'Radon' is becoming a concern for homeowners. 

More than 62,000 homes in Ireland have been tested for radon so far. Almost 8,800 homes have already been identified as having high levels of radon above the acceptable level - some homes...

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