If you’d like to self-build or custom build your forever home, then it’s a good idea to think about how to future proof your home, so that you’ll be able to enjoy your home for years to come.
Our MD Gus Zogolovitch’s self-build Zog House was featured in the Telegraph as an example of a home where downsizing was kept in mind, right from the design at the beginning of the build.
Here are the top 7 tips from the article for future proofing your home:
1. Adapt what you have
2. Design for later life
3. Include sufficient natural light
4. Update your decor
5. Embrace technology
6. Rethink the garden
7. Consider the planet