Copper News

Residential fire sprinklers – what’s to know?

Residential fire sprinkler systems are designed to tackle house fires in their early stages. The system is designed to control, if not extinguish, the fire before serious fire damage is sustained. Sprinkler heads operate at high temperature, so only the head(s) close to the fire will discharge water.

National Self Build & Renovation Show

Make sure to visit the National Self Build & Renovation Show in May to get the advice you need to create a beautiful new home.

Six houses in a barn

A derelict barn has been replaced by six houses that feature copper clad openings.

'Green building' that looks golden

L.E.I.3 (LOW ENVIROMENTAL IMPACT - CUBE), a landmark building in the new era of energy conservation.

Conversion of a 18th century vicarage

The project involves the conversion of a 18th century vicarage at Rossem (Wolvertem - Belgium), in a protected village view, into a contemporary house.

Images: Steven Meert

Budapest home with copper lights

Copper plays an enlightening role in the re-design of this apartment in Budapest. Batlab architects developed the scheme, including some copper lighting that utilises copper pipework.

All things copper at 100% Design Show

The 2016 100% Design Show held in London in September proved yet again that interior designers are still making the most of the properties and colours available through copper, brass and bronze.

Furniture, lighting, decoration, switches and door handles - all feature in our short video.

How many power circuits does your home need?

The electric power distributor brings a large power cable right into your home. There it is connected to the electricity meter. However, there is only a single connection between the meter and the home’s main distribution board. 

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