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----KK----
West SX / London,
United Kingdom

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icon21 Feb 2018 08:35
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I've seen prettier looking buildings. 30

Anyone see any insulation going in there?

If seems to prefer making circular perimeters of varying radius's then that'll be a joy to get furniture to fit. :lol:
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Nice n Fat
Wilts, Berks & Hants,
United Kingdom

Bonneville (01-08)


icon21 Feb 2018 08:48
----KK----:
Anyone see any insulation going in there?


Yes a 0.44 seconds /media/file/78249.aspx
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----KK----
West SX / London,
United Kingdom

Posts: 41,576
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icon21 Feb 2018 09:54
:frown:



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ST
South,
United Kingdom

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icon21 Feb 2018 09:57
stupid boy ...... 07
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595daytona
Birmingham,
United Kingdom

Posts: 3,757
Daytona T595


icon21 Feb 2018 11:59
It is entirely concrete. Anybody who thinks that house is a good thing has never lived in a concrete property. I have.
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X-Man
North Lincs,
United Kingdom

Posts: 25,175
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icon21 Feb 2018 15:13
Concrete is fine as long as it is faced with and internally fitted with huge amounts of insulation. Both, not one or the other. Oh and waterproofed as well of course.....:smirk:
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Hov
Sussex,
United Kingdom

Posts: 2,497
Rocket III Classic (07-09)


icon21 Feb 2018 20:21
X-Man:
Concrete is fine as long as it is faced with and internally fitted with huge amounts of insulation. Both, not one or the other. Oh and waterproofed as well of course.....:smirk:

Been looking into using this stuff to build houses. Slightly more expensive than traditional block and brick, but fast and versatile.

https://www.sunbloc.co.uk/sunbloc
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Sir TT
Church of 3 Saints,
United Kingdom

Posts: 39,916
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icon22 Feb 2018 16:07
Anything that utilises vast amounts of concrete is neither sustainable nor eco-friendly.
The building industry need to change radically over the next few years.
For example, Celcon block is/was made using pulverised ash waste from coal fired power stations. Good.
The energy firms realised this and started charging for the waste.
The block manufacturers are now digging up old "wet" waste from power stations to use as it's "free".
Still good.
They have modernised their main plant in the UK now as they know the free supply of ash is going to run out.
They have modified it to be able to use sand instead of ash. Dredged sand.
Very bad.
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GDCobra
North West,
United Kingdom

Posts: 1,877
Thruxton (09->)


icon22 Feb 2018 22:12
Sir TT:
Anything that utilises vast amounts of concrete is neither sustainable nor eco-friendly.
The building industry need to change radically over the next few years.
For example, Celcon block is/was made using pulverised ash waste from coal fired power stations. Good.
The energy firms realised this and started charging for the waste.
The block manufacturers are now digging up old "wet" waste from power stations to use as it's "free".
Still good.
They have modernised their main plant in the UK now as they know the free supply of ash is going to run out.
They have modified it to be able to use sand instead of ash. Dredged sand.
Very bad.


It would be more vegatarian friendly if we built houses out of straw but we all know where that ends when the wolf comes calling!
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Obee Wan
Angles of the East,
United Kingdom

Speed Triple T309


icon23 Feb 2018 00:08
GDCobra:
Sir TT:
Anything that utilises vast amounts of concrete is neither sustainable nor eco-friendly.
The building industry need to change radically over the next few years.
For example, Celcon block is/was made using pulverised ash waste from coal fired power stations. Good.
The energy firms realised this and started charging for the waste.
The block manufacturers are now digging up old "wet" waste from power stations to use as it's "free".
Still good.
They have modernised their main plant in the UK now as they know the free supply of ash is going to run out.
They have modified it to be able to use sand instead of ash. Dredged sand.
Very bad.


It would be more vegatarian friendly if we built houses out of straw but we all know where that ends when the wolf comes calling!



One the best insulators against cold and heat ever.:thumbup:
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Andy
Newbury,
United Kingdom

Posts: 18,358
Sprint RS (00-01)


icon23 Feb 2018 13:09
GDCobra:
It would be more vegetarian friendly if we built houses out of straw but we all know where that ends when the wolf comes calling!


Or the Bailiffs
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