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Sean Cronin
image shows a gran and her grandchild reading a book in a self-contained annexe
A self-contained annexe is often the perfect accommodation solution for many retired people, particularly those looking to downsize. A self-contained annexe gives you the opportunity to enjoy your retirement and independence whilst being close to your children and grandchildren.
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image is a blog header image for a blog about gardens by iHUS granny annexes
Ah, the sun is finally here and that means that most of us want to sit outside, enjoy a little bit of al fresco dining and generally make the most of the lovely weather. Everyone likes to be close to the garden in the summer months – that’s why summer houses and garden rooms are...
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How often have you sat there and considered downsizing but lack the inspiration for a bespoke Granny Annexe? It may be that you want to downsize but you really don’t want to move into sheltered accommodation or to give up your independence in any way, yet you realise that your current living arrangements are probably...
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image is a header title for a blog about garden homes and their weather resistance
Garden homes and granny annexes can have a reputation for being uncomfortable if the weather is extreme; in either very cold temperatures or in heat. Whilst this may be the case with builds of poor quality, our granny annexes are comfortable no matter what the weather. Not only are our quality garden homes comfortable in...
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image shows two older people smiling to illustrate a blog post about garden pods
Garden pods, often referred to as granny annexes, provide an ideal solution for older people wanting to downsize their homes and live closer to family members. But what is a garden pod, what are the benefits for elderly people and how do you start the journey to building one? Read on to find out. What...
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image shows an older couple to illustrate a blog from iHUS about granny annexe caravan act
What have granny annexes and the Caravan Act got to do with each other? If you’re in the early stages of buying a granny annexe it’s likely that you will have heard references to ‘the caravan act’ and you might be wondering how the Caravan Act comes into play. In this post, we explain what...
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image shows a iHUS granny annexe or garden annexe
Living in a garden annexe might seem a strange idea to some people – especially those more familiar with garden buildings being used as summer houses or home offices. But a cosy garden annexe makes the perfect home, especially for an older person or couple; this is why garden annexes are often referred to as...
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image shows a wheelchair user in a granny annexe with disabled access
Are granny annexes suitable for disabled people? Especially those with mobility problems or wheelchair users? Let’s look at some of the reasons why a granny annexe might be a good choice for someone with a disability. iHUS make granny annexe disabled access easy. What is a Granny Annexe? The term granny annexe is commonly used...
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image shows some Easter decorations
The Easter holidays are almost upon us and any parent knows that means one thing; bored kids! There are only so many days they can entertain themselves before you must get creative and crack out some activities. Failing that, pack the kids off to Granny’s for a few days! If you are looking after your...
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One of the greatest reasons to choose iHUS to build your granny annexe is that we manage the entire process from start to finish. We look after every single aspect of your project including planning permission. Read on for more details about our granny annexe process. What Does the Granny Annexe Process Involve? Building a...
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