Welcome to our all new Weblog!

It is our pleasure to welcome you on our new Drummond Designs.com Weblog.

Conscious of the increasing need of our customers wanting a rapid access to an accurate and exact information on construction, Drummond Designs is proud to offer you this opportunity.

Drummond Designs has always been an innovative leader in its architectural firm and wishes that this new weblog will be a reference in the construction business in addition to arouse plenty of reactions and comments that will be shared with millions of our daily visitors.

You will find interesting articles linked to construction and design that will guide you in your steps towards construction, renovation or simply learn more about this field of work.

The construction business has increased phenomenally in the last years and this increase has caused many revolutions as much on the point of view of regulations, new methods and new materials provided.  Going green!  is only one of the subjects that has great influence at the moment on all aspects of the construction business.

Because of the price increase on of certain materials the industry has developed less expensive durable materials and new methods of labor.  The same thing is applicable in the energy cost which forces the owners to become aware of the maintenance cost of the home.

The styles and trends are also subjects that affect greatly our construction industry, from the concept of new architectural styles to the smallest finishing details and decorations.

Here is an outline of subjects that we want to share with you, if you have a building project, a renovation project or just fascinated by the architecture and residential construction just like we do at Drummond Designs.

We wish you very pleasant reading and wonderful discoveries!
 

There are 2 comments for this article
  1. Shaun Molyneaux at 16 h 01 min

    My wife and I built an energy efficent home in Ottawa, 2005. The building envelope (exterior walls) consisted of ICF (Insulated Concrete Forms) from top to bottom. We utilized a Baxi boiler for radiant heating, hot air exchanger/furnace and domestic hot water. If you have any questions let me know

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