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Yonos-PICO takes Green Innovation Award

After being recognised as a high quality product and shortlisted for several awards in the past eighteen months, the Wilo Yonos-PICO was last night selected as the winner of the Green Innovation Award for 2013 at the Energy Efficiency Awards... View Article

4000 Halo windows for social housing project

Yorkshire Windows, a long-standing Halo customer has been busy installing thousands of new replacement windows in the Chesterfield area for a Rykneld Homes, an Arms Length Management Organisation (ALMO). When the leading Rotherham-based fabricator and installer was asked to provide... View Article

Engineered timber windows and doors make an entrance at WFM

In response to the growing demand from homeowners looking for traditional materials to enhance their home, Window Fitters Mate (WFM) – one of the leading independent suppliers of fabricated windows, doors and conservatories in the UK – has introduced a... View Article

New wiring accessories to weather the storm

Scolmore Group is expanding its wiring accessories offer with the introduction of a range of durable, easy-to-install weatherproof boxes designed to offer a high level of protection against ingress of water jets and dust. Launched under the trade name Aquip66,... View Article

Kayflow launches superdeep guttering system

Kayflow, the rainwater, underground and soil systems specialist, has launched a new high strength, high volume guttering system, the SuperDeep 170. It has been designed to handle a much higher flow rate than standard guttering systems. With four of the... View Article

Nora – Norament 926 Satura

Developed in collaboration with international architects and designers, the new norament 926 satura rubber floor covering from nora systems offers two worlds of colours for every desired spatial effect. Perfectly harmonised, there are 16 neutral architectural colours, ranging from a... View Article

All aboard the Trend subway for style

The term ‘Subway tile’ has been around since 1904, when classic, white ceramic tiles were used to adorn New York subway stations. Just like many design originals, this style is now resurfacing with a twist, Italian tilemaker Trend’s new Subway... View Article

New brochure illustrates Techdek’s design versatility

Neaco have released a comprehensive new brochure outlining their acclaimed range of Techdek modular aluminium grille systems. The brochure provides details on a range of open-grille profiles and uses a variety of case studies to illustrate the unrivalled versatility which... View Article

Bolton Club is a fan of Xpelair

Xpelair has supplied its market leading GX12 commercial fan to the Bolton Lads & Girls Club (BLGC), after the clubs old extraction unit was destroyed by a fire on the premises. The club, which has been running since 1889, was... View Article

Kingspan first insulation to get BES 6001

The ability to demonstrate responsible sourcing back up the supply chain is becoming increasingly important in today’s competitive and environmentally aware market. Kingspan Insulation is proud to announce that it is the first insulation manufacturer to be certified to the... View Article

Outdoor flooring solutions from Greensquares: case study

Mr Puckey contacted Greensquares as he wanted to improve the quality of his outdoor living space. Initially, Mr Puckey made an enquiry for 15 square metres of TimberTech composite decking. Having discussed his requirements with our in-house architect Mr Puckey... View Article

Denso Steelcoat protects Scottish Water aqueducts

Scottish Water plc has recently completed a £7million project to upgrade aqueducts conveying water from Loch Katrine to Glasgow. The company says it was the biggest improvement to the aqueducts since they were constructed more than 150 years ago. The... View Article

Xpelair unveil new training centre

Xpelair Ventilation Solutions, one of the UK’s leading providers ventilation systems, has opened a new training centre at its Peterborough site following an extensive investment programme. The centre forms part of the company’s multi-million pound relocation to state-of-the-art facilities, which... View Article

Clad tidings for residents of Canning Town

A refurbishment programme carried out by Newham Council has seen the improvement of 15 timber framed properties on Douglas Road and Ravenscroft Close in Canning Town, E16. With the aim of improving the thermal insulation of the 1960s pre-fabricated houses,... View Article
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