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Build It Magazine

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12 issues per year.
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Current Issue

JAN 24,  released 29/11/2023
(7 in stock)

Features: Listed Property, Home Extension

inc. p&p to United Kingdom
Next Issue: Next Issue, Date TBC
Whether you’re in the process of building yourself your dream home, or simply still dreaming about it, Build It could be just what you’re looking for.

Build It covers every aspect of the process of not just building a house but creating a home. There’s great advice and tips about design, step by step guides to some of the processes involved in building, information about what tools to use and what will look the best in this magazine. You might be starting from scratch, restoring a property to its former glory or mid-way through your project, but you won’t find a more helpful aid than Build It.

Buy a single copy of BUILD IT or a subscription of your desired length, delivered worldwide. Current issues sent same day up to 3pm! All magazines sent by 1st Class Mail UK & by Airmail worldwide (bar UK over 750g which may go 2nd Class).

Why settle for something that is almost, but not quite, what you want? That’s the message conveyed by Build It magazine, and it’s a pretty good one by our reckoning.

Inside Build It (a magazine that might work well with an exclamation mark – Build It! – though that may seem like a command rather than a cheerful exclamation (this pair of brackets as gone on too long, hasn’t it)) you find the stories of people who actually went for it, designed their own home and helped in the building of it. How brilliant is that? Having the home of your dreams, something that is really yours rather than a mass-built house that was someone else’s before it came into your possession. There is a really special quality to having something that is yours ad hasn’t belonged to anyone else, where the history of it is the history of your family…

We’re rambling again, aren’t we? But, there is a very good point behind all this. It is actually easier than it looks to achieve the dream, and when you are going to be living in a house for many, many years to come, why settle for anything less than the very best? NB


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