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Fast, low energy extensions
Stunning SIPs extensions
Why move when you can extend your property quickly? The increasing cost and hassle of moving combined with the uncertainty of the post Brexit property market is making extending your property an attractive prospect.
We are offsite construction specialists who build high performance extensions with Structural Insulated Panels (SIPs) extensions that are designed for healthy, comfortable and low energy living. Our flexible approach utilises offsite construction to deliver either an advanced building envelope or a route to a fast track full build solution.
Eco-friendly construction & living
Extremely low airtightness levels reduces draughts, noise and polluted air entering your home. We can achieve Passivhaus levels of airtightness when required.
Excellent levels of insulation and detailing ensures that your home will maintain a comfortable temperature during both the summer and winter months.
Our 'fabric first' approach delivers a guaranteed energy efficiency performance which limits carbon emissions and ensures that your bills will be low for years to come.
Timber is one of the most sustainable building materials. Our structures are natural, recyclable and orignate from highly sustainable sources.
A SIPs structure is only a small part of building your dream home extension! Dynamic Eco Homes make working with SIPs simple and straightforward by providing a comprehensive and flexible SIPs based construction service.
Building envelope solution
External cladding (optional)
Complete build solution
Building Control (optional)
Foundations & Services
Internal fittings and finishes
Modern construction technology has resulted in improved hybrid timber systems that push the speed, flexibility, low energy and sustainable benefits to new levels. We have the ability to utilises a hybrid timber system should SIPs not be the best solution.
Ask for us to compare the benefits of a SIPs vs Hybrid Timber solution during your free no obligation project review.