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New-build homes are often far more energy efficient than older properties. Home builders are able to take advantage of innovations in construction technology, techniques and materials, in order to reduce daily running costs and to help protect the environment.
The risk of costly repairs within the first few years are significantly reduced when buying new. Your home has been expertly crafted by highly skilled tradesmen using the finest quality materials. So, there's no need to spend time and money on expensive repairs – your home is ready to move into. Just unpack, relax and enjoy your beautiful new Bellway home.
When buying a new-build home there's no upward chain to consider, which means your purchase won't be delayed by somebody else waiting to sell. Not only this, we can offer further peace of mind with a combined 10-year warranty and insurance protection — just another reason to buy new with Bellway.
No matter your circumstances, we have a range of schemes designed to meet your individual needs.
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New-build homes tend to have lower running and maintenance costs than older properties and are already furnished with the finest quality fixtures and fittings. This means you won’t need to budget for costly renovations and you can start enjoying your brand new home straight away.
At Bellway, we're committed to a greener and more environmentally friendly way of doing things. On average, it will cost just over £1,600 to run a new Bellway house a year – that’s 64% cheaper than the cost of running an existing home, saving you £183 a month on your energy bills.*Discover a greener way
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The cost of upgrading an average 3-bedroom semi-detached pre-owned property
Electrical wiring needs to be updated after every 25 to 40 years of normal use at an average cost of £6,225
A significant 71% of people surveyed expected to spend less than £30,000 upgrading an older property.
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