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The Exeter Builders Blog

The UK construction world is developing and changing all of the time to keep pace with demands for adequate accommodation and trends around what this accommodation should look and perform like. The Exeter Builders Blog is our Silver Fern voice, we're passionate about what we do, sharing our views and supporting Exeter homeowners in creating their perfect home.  If you can't find the answer to your question here and want to chat about your project (or anything to do with motor cars), give Matt a call on 01392 703373!

October 9, 2023

Christmas Deadline for Building Projects

Let's look at what forward planning looks like to make sure you're building project is completed for Christmas! What type of project are you planning will dictate how long you need to find your builder, book your project start time and complete your build in time for the festive period...
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September 25, 2023

Why We Love Garage Conversions in Exeter

Garage conversions are one of our favourite project types! They're a relatively quick and cost effective to add significant space. Read more about garage conversions in Exeter here and what you could use your garage space for...
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September 11, 2023

Best Winter Building Projects

We all know that Winter in Exeter means rain, lots of rain! Don't let that stop you tackling building and home improvement projects. Here are our suggestions for the best winter building projects that the winter weather can't put a stop to...
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August 14, 2023

How Your Builder's Health & Safety Policy Affects You

When you're looking for a builder, ask about their health and safety policy. It's important to choose a builder for your project with a responsible approach to health and safety to keep everyone including your family safe during construction works, find out more...
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July 17, 2023

What is Permitted Development?

With Silver Fern guidance, find out more about permitted development and what changes you are allowed to make to your home without the need to go through the full planning permission process
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