Category Archives: Sept 2019

How advancements in ground engineering can help reduce spend

Concrete Underpinning vs Resin Injection
Since the summer of 2018 the number of subsidence claims being made has dramatically increased, highlighting how record hitting temperatures took their toll on UK buildings. Reports show that subsidence is affecting both residential and commercial properties, resulting in councils and landlords needing to rehome tenants while the underlying problem is fixed.

With Hundreds of Exhibitors, Thousands of Products, as well as Meet the Designer & Pecha Kucha Sessions, there are huge opportunities for networking at LANDSCAPE 2019 – and the best part is, it’s all FREE! @LandscapeEvent

LANDSCAPE – the UK’s premier event for the industry returns to Battersea Park in central London on Tuesday 17th & Wednesday 18th of September 2019. LANDSCAPE is established as the essential trade event for discerning landscape designers, architects, contractors, facilities managers and interior designers involved in some of the most important, prestigious and valuable projects in the UK and beyond.  The landscaping industry’s leading trade event is dedicated to products, services and innovation for the design, build and management of exterior and interior landscape projects, with an array of over 200 new and returning exhibitors all under one roof! 

Cannock Mill Co-housing project – rendering a community @lime_products

“Cannock Mill is all about building a sustainable community,” says Anne Thorne, founder and architect at Anne Thorne Architects (ATA). “We wanted to create natural, energy efficient and, most importantly, healthy homes.”
Cannock Mill is a co-housing scheme in Essex comprising 23 homes; six flats and 17 houses. Every home within the project is built to Passive House standards.


Schueco UK has introduced new developments to its ultra-slimline FWS 35 PD panorama design façade system. The enhanced system delivers even greater visual elegance with larger all-glass areas, the option of sun-shading and three levels of burglar resistance.

Within the Sussex Range collection of stainless steel modern classic towelrails, sits the Fletching family @JIS_Europe

Although more traditional in styling, these rails are still a thoroughly modern classic.  The styling may well be traditional but the lines are clean and therefore current.  Being manufactured from stainless steel as opposed to chrome plated means the polished rails have a deep lustrous quality and the satin finish is really quite stunning.

Leading supplier of bathroom products, Easy Bathrooms, introduces modern bathroom collection @easy_bathrooms

Easy Bathrooms has introduced a brand-new collection of bathroom furniture.
Inspired by Italian design, the Callerton range offers a luxurious selection of contemporary designer bathroom vanities. They incorporate the appearance of high-end materials, including curved gloss wood and a slim porcelain tile worktop, while offering an affordable option for the new home market.

Demista® The hidden Luxury @Demista6

The Luxury items that first catch your eye in the bathroom could be the gold taps, the amazing rain shower,
the marble tiles or the creative lighting. But the hidden luxury that every bathroom or En-suite cannot do without is the heated mirror pad.

Latest Technology from CT1 TRIBRID® Technology and the introduction of the Ground Breaking BT1 Ultimate Bathroom Sealant and Adhesive @CTec_NI_Ltd

CT1 who were and still are the pioneers in the field of sealants and adhesives, were the people that introduced the Hybrid polymer over 15 years ago, which changed the face of sealant and adhesive manufacturing and marketing. CT1 were the first to introduce a multipurpose sealant and adhesive that replaced several products in 1. This was a sealant that was also a heavy duty adhesive could work on wet surfaces and even under water.


Rinnai, best known in the UK for its comprehensive range of hot water and heating home units, is globally celebrating its first 100 years of manufacture in serving its customers with a three-year period of planned anniversary related events to connect to the start of the company’s next centenary.


Rinnai offers big performance, heavy duty, diminutive appliances that offer virtually limitless volumes of hot water at useable temperatures – all through engineering design and excellence. And both ‘E’ (external) – and ‘I’ (internal) versions are offered. Here Chris Goggin, Rinnai Operations Director, explains the why and the where of using either model to suit the application.

Discover this emerging talent and explore the unique world of this contemporary Artist @intelliheat

Introducing a new concept of Radiator Art, which we have named RADIART. English by birth and Italian by heart, this young, contemporary Artist has a worldwide audience with his audacious and unique style. He is now designing bespoke ‘RADIART’ for Creative Radiators, with exclusive artworks painted in oils directly onto your radiator. 

VELUX Teams Up with Farrow & Ball to Shed Daylight on Colour in the Home @VELUX

Roof window manufacturer VELUX and paint and wallpaper experts Farrow & Ball have come together in a new campaign which highlights the transformative effect that daylight can have on interiors design.


Rinnai has won two global awards for an ‘Outstanding Performance’ in the UK hot water heating marketplace. Rinnai UK was judged to have made the REU Most Outstanding Performance and Best Business Performance in its category.