Published quarterly, ‘Your Build Magazine‘ combines a consumer style with a hands on, ‘how to’ editorial approach. ‘Your Build Magazine’s‘ aim is to educate the self builder about the thousands of innovative products that can be involved in a complex build.

Each issue will be packed with helpful information such as how to finance the build, handy tips for self building, case studies, latest products, project houses, competitions, reduced price show tickets and much, much more.

Priced at only £30 for all four issues (one year’s worth of editions) and mailed direct to your door ‘Your Build Magazine‘ is a must for all self builders.


Breaking ground on your self-build has never been easier as Your Build has expert advice for every stage of your project. From choosing the right front door to keep the property air-tight to fitting the right rainwater system for the size of the property; we’ve got you covered.

Lafarge Cement introduce their rapid set cement, whilst Cedral outline the benefits of using fibre cement cladding in your self-build. Framing your build with the right door has never been easier with the advice of Door Stop. Schueco have branched out from their stunning Panoramic sliding doors to offer their first-ever Panoramic window. Heliomotion share their solar panels that won the Build It ‘Best Home Technology product’ of 2018.

Every self-build is bespoke and Sensio inform us how to turn an ordinary bathroom into an extraordinary one with innovative lighting. Struggling with the maintenance of a fire or stove in your lounge? Stovax share their top tips for maintaining a healthy stove.

Safety is also key in a self-build. Experts at NICEIC offer their advice to safely install and use outdoor lighting – a Spring and Summer garden staple! Our regular experts advise with the financial side of your build, while the National Self Build and Renovation Centre share their guide to heating your home efficiently.

This edition is also full of inspirational builds, including Frame Technologies award winning Hen House, Lewandowski Architect’s £250,000 Victorian home extension, and Crescent Architects energy efficient new-build. British Gypsum also assisted a couple with an ambitious self-build project.

Rebekah Killigrew, Editor