Building your new home is one of the more memorable events in your life, but it’s also a big step that requires a lot of decisions. Many of these choices go way beyond design aesthetics to include the quality and performance of the hidden building fabric.
Homes are complex systems with multiple structural elements and servicing technologies, as well as kitchens, bathrooms, joinery and decorative finishes. The construction system you select for your new home will dictate the amount of energy required to run it (which has an impact on running costs), as well as the amount of internal living space available.
A key advantage of working with Potton is that we can take responsibility for the design and coordination of all sub-structure and superstructure elements, including ventilation, system design and energy efficiency compliance.
Our management almost eliminates the possibility of one supplier blaming another for the most significant parts of the build not working effectively together. Potton also coordinates, supply and install external windows and doors — one of the trickiest parts of the build to get right.
All of our systems have “proven to perform” credentials backed by Professional Indemnity and Product Liability insurance. We offer peace of mind that your finished home will perform as it was designed to do. We are also now able to provide our customers with independent insurance backed structural warranty.
Here’s a closer look at the different build systems we use at Potton: