London’s architecture is widely recognised as being among the best in the world and a great many of the city’s properties act as fine examples of London’s heritage. The vast majority of central London houses are Georgian in origin and whilst these properties are stunning inside and out, they are not always the most efficient in modern terms.
Significant ground has been made in the field of construction and architecture since these London properties were built and as such many are out of step with contemporary practices for ensuring energy efficiency. Even London houses that have been renovated at some point in the past are in need of modernisation in order to make them more attractive to modern homeowners, both in an aesthetic sense and an environmental sense.
For property renovation, London is actually one of the leading cities in the world. If you own or are looking to purchase a Georgian property in the capital, then it is vital that you look into arranging for its modernisation if it has not recently been renovated. Taking this step could have a huge impact on your comfort in your London home as well as your carbon footprint.