We are going to explain everything that has to do with electric heaters in Spain, from what they are, through the types, what to know to buy the best one and some examples that could come in handy to know.
As you can imagine, constructing a building, be it a large hotel or a modest house, requires a fairly lengthy process that includes, from the first sketches until the construction has been completed. These series of steps must be first completed in the phases of an architecture project.
I have been asked this question pretty often and apart from answering (discourteously, I must say) with another question such as how long is a piece of string? This week we will try to provide a reasonable accurate answer to this question by analysing the cost of construction of a typical house. The reason I decided to write this week’s article on this subject is because it has come to my attention the report published by the world wide consultancy EC Harris.
This is the first question you are going to ask yourself if you have the idea of building your own house. Building a house always creates many uncertainties and the most important one is the relative to which total budget you will have to face. It is easier to achieve the total budget hit, since building a home is a complex process in which many variables involved.
You are watching TV, you turn on the washing machine and oven and experience a general blackout. This is because you have exceeded the power that your installation admits or that some appliance has a fault in the connection to the electrical outlet.
It is known by all that Spanish town planning is in a deep crisis. The aspects that have led to this situation are varied: the search for municipalities additional funding of public services, which has produced, criminal behaviors by the local politicians and civil servants, the absence of effective instruments of coordination between regional and the State jurisdiction; the narrow scope of the State in this area, individual local authority actions without prior planning, etc.
There is a big difference between what you can do or can not do in you roof terrace if you are living in an individual house or you dwelling forms part of a community of owners. We explain the different procedures to follow.