A: Get in touch with Gaius Terra today and we will be able to put you in touch with our trusted network of land agents, alternatively, you can give us your preferences and we can do the legwork for you.
A: Get in contact with us and we will manage the next stage of design. We will discuss what you require and offer a select number of companies and architecture firms who we can put you in touch with.
A: Planning laws are similar to those in the UK, the house must be a certain size and adhere to certain pre-set rules governing the area or the specific plot. Gaius Terra and our partners will help you through the process and explain clearly what is happening every step of the way.
A: Yes absolutely, please get in touch with Gaius Terra today to discuss your project.
A: This is a very good question and depends on the design, location and plot of land but generally a house from start to finish will cost anywhere between £1500-2500/m2 not including the land or design.
A: This is more variable than the build cost and depends hugely on location location location. Please do contact us and we will put you in touch with trusted partners.
A: Again, this is variable depending on materials used, size of house, level of finish etc. but as a rough guide we would say 4-6 months for a standard build 150-200m2 project from start to finish.
A: Gaius Terra promotes the use of the most eco friendly materials available from wood to eco bricks and will try to minimise the use of plastics and cement wherever possible. We are moving with the times and the industry to offer you the best products available.
A: Yes we are covered by the builders decennial insurance which insures our workmanship for 10 years. All the products we use come with their own warranties and are the best on the market.
A: Wood Plastic Composites (WPC) are made from a mix of plastic fibres and wood products. Due to their plastic contents, WPC decking boards tend to be more slippery than Accoya decking boards. Accoya decking boards have been thoroughly tested against a range of competitor products, including WPC, and they are found to have higher slip resistance when used across a range of applications including shower areas, swimming pools, shop entrances, exterior staircases and even public kitchens. Additionally, recent testing has indicated the thermal gain in Accoya® is substantially less than WPC. This low level of thermal gain, combined with in-situ benefits derived from Accoya®’s dimensional stability, provides decking which is ‘barefoot friendly’. This means it remains flush and splinter-free despite prolonged weather compared to other products.