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Extending business

Despite the depressed property market and a slump in construction, Project Casa is moving with the times. Specialising in recent years in new construction of steel frame and wooden homes, the company is responding to market conditions by expanding its services to a wide range of renovation and up-grading projects. Home extensions, annexes, summer houses, terraces, garages and car ports; even re-painting work – projects large and small.

Alex Abram of Project Casa comments: “It’s vital to be flexible and responsive in the current market. Although there’s less demand in terms of new builds and property sales, we’re finding that home owners are instead interested in improving the home they already have. Our techniques can offer solutions in several areas, to add appeal and real value to a property.”

Such improvements also embrace energy-efficiency. Alex continues: “Steel frame homes offer unrivalled thermal insulation values, and we can also advise on and implement ways to improve those of existing buildings. We also work in association with Penguin, specialists in energy-efficient home heating and cooling systems.”

Based in Almancil, Project Casa’s fast-build specialisms have attracted widespread interest and the company has undertaken renovation and extension projects across the Algarve from the west coast, to Monchique, Estoi, Tavira; and beyond in the Alentejo. Alex concludes: “Compared to conventional construction companies, we can offer a different way to enhance your home, achieving the result you want but with several major advantages. It’s always worth asking us for a comparative quotation.”

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