Sculleries… the next BIG thing in #kitchen design…
In years gone by there was a scullery in every farm house or large house. It was considered only for the rich. But it...Read More
Are we really damaging our health by drying clothes indoors?… YES!
Ireland is wet; there’s no denying it. But the common, and often seen as harmless, practice of drying clothes indoors can be seen as...Read More
Critical mistakes made when installing Mechanical Ventilation with Heat Recovery (MVHR) in your home…
Mechanical Ventilation Systems with Heat Recovery (MVHR) are becoming much more commonplace in new builds and they can play an very important part in...Read More
By letting Reinco improve the Airtightness in your home, you could save over £800 on your energy bills.
Reinco Consultancy have helped over 1000 homes in Ireland improve on their Airtightness. Thus leading to a happier, healthier and more comfortable home. And...Read More
Check out one of Reinco Client’s, explain their personal Selfbuild Journey.
Words from a true #selfbuilder, on their own experience with their Self Build project using Reinco Consultation. As a first-time self-builder with little knowledge...Read More
Northern Ireland’s largest home event Love Your Home Show 2019.
Reinco are pleased to announce that they will be exhibiting at Stand No. H39 the “Love Your Home” show in October! Northern Ireland’s largest...Read More
Why functional pantry’s are an important part of your Kitchen…
We’ve worked with so many #selfbuilders, #homeowners and #contractors, that we could easily say we’ve seen and advised on over 1000’s of kitchens. Some...Read More
Reinco feature at this year’s Selfbuild Belfast.
Reinco are on stand H16 at the Selfbuild Live in Belfast. Come along and say hello. Eric Davidson is giving a seminar on “The...Read More
Selfbuild Live Dublin 2018
Reinco are on stand A3 at the Selfbuild Live in Dublin. Come along and say hello. Eric Davidson is giving a seminar on “Priorities...Read More
The End of Concrete Screeds in Houses ?
For six years Reinco preferred screed was 35N concrete with a 10mm stone (preferably broken stone) laid as a wet mix. This was great...Read More