Platform lift a perfect fit for Orangetheory @invalifts

Orangetheory fitness in Altrincham is a gym with a difference, as their workouts combine science, coaching and technology to offer the optimum workout. As this was a new gym, access was required from the ground level to the basement area, so all users could fully utilise the facilities.

CT1 Voted as The Number 1 Construction Sealant and Adhesive of the Year @CTec_NI_Ltd

CT1, commonly known as the Snag List Eliminator, is now officially the product that the professional tradesperson uses. Contractors, Site Managers, Project Officers, Specifiers and Architects are now demanding that CT1 is used on the jobs. All jobs.

NEW 20MM WORKTOP REDUCES FABRICATION COSTS @lathamsltd

James Latham has added a 20mm thick, HI-MACS® worktop to its solid surface portfolio and it is already proving to be a big hit with the company’s interior design and fabrication customers.

Available in five, on-trend colours – Alpine White, White Quartz, Arctic Granite, Urban Concrete and Ice Queen – the new worktops boast a thinner edge, allowing designers to create sleek, horizontal lines which add a true statement feature to their premium quality, contemporary kitchen and bathroom projects.

SPECTACULAR VALCHROMAT BAR STARS AT NEW CULTURAL VENUE @lathamsltd

Valchromat, the innovative and award-winning engineered fibreboard – which is available in the UK through James Latham – has been extensively used in the interior fit-out of a spectacular new cultural venue in South London.

Radiant comfort @WMS_UFH

With thermostats now clicking into gear in homes across the country, most of us will be heading to the nearest wall-mounted radiator to warm our hands. But how about installing a heating system which makes the whole indoor environment more comfortable? Sheldon Cooper of climate control specialist WMS, explains why radiant heating should be on your specification list.

LIGHT Gets Colourful at January Furniture Show @JanuaryFurnShow

Embracing lighting, the UK’s largest furniture and interiors trade event – January Furniture Show, welcomes the return of LIGHT @JFS in 2020 after a highly successful introduction in 2019.

Running from 19th – 22nd January at Birmingham’s NEC, January Furniture Show features over 500 exhibitors – including long established brands who are household names and young brands who are fresh to the market.  On show will be everything from grand sofas to simple mirrors with collections in living, dining and bedroom furniture as well as lighting, flooring, soft furnishings and decorative accessories.

Impervia® Luxury Rigid Plank Waterproof Flooring @realwoodfloor

The Solid Wood Flooring Company are proud to announce our Impervia® range of

waterproof luxury vinyl flooring has been shortlisted at the Tomorrow’s Contract Floors Awards 2020. The awards celebrate the most innovative products and services in the industry, so to be shortlisted is a huge honour. Public voting opens in January, all the details to vote can be found by visiting our social channels.

RINNAI AIMS FOR DOUBLE GROWTH IN LESS THAN 10 YEARS @rinnai_uk

Rinnai, a UK leader in the manufacture and supply of heating & continuous flow hot water delivery systems and units for residential and commercial sites, has announced that it is planning on doubling its size within 10 years.

Rinnai’s energy efficient multipoint water heater – never run out of hot water again! @rinnai_uk

Now available for domestic applications from Rinnai are the 11i A+rated continuous flow gas fired water heaters, with high energy efficiencies, low running costs and a consistent delivery of temperature accurate water.

Welsh Slate helps with a steep learning curve @WelshSlateLtd

Architect Gareth Sullivan has turned an awkward plot into an award-winning home.

Welsh Slate was specified for the roof of an architect’s challenging but award-winning own self-build for a trio of reasons – its quality, durability and aesthetics.

More than 600 Penrhyn Heather Blue slates were selected for the front of Steep Wedge House in Douglas, County Cork, which as its name suggests was built on a steep site within three wayleaves which have determined its shape.

Going for (rose) gold @IronmngryDirect

After selecting the perfect doors for your property, it’s time to pick fixtures and fittings to add that all important finishing touch. However, with so many styles and finishes to choose from, this can often be a difficult task.

Misinformation and Mistakes Continue to Hinder Productivity of UK Construction Firms @PlanGrid

New research suggests that nine in ten firms still rely on paper on-site, exacerbating preventable productivity drains

Productivity in UK construction firms is being held back by the same challenges as twelve months ago, as efforts remain slow to adopt digital technology for the jobsite. According to Digital Groundwork: Closing the Productivity Gap, a new report from Autodesk Construction Solutions, half of businesses say that dealing with mistakes remains the most unnecessary resource drain on the business. The survey of 251 construction professionals in the UK follows on from 2018 research by PlanGrid, exploring how firms’ efforts to improve productivity have progressed.

TARKETT RE-IMAGINES PARQUET FLOORING WITH SUSTAINABLE SEGNO WOOD COLLECTION @TarkettUK

Tarkett, the global leader in sustainable flooring solutions has launched its Segno collection: a range of beautiful decorative parquet crafted from responsibly sourced oak.

With 5 colour options and boards available in both ‘left’ and ‘right’ formats, the Segno range offers wide creative scope, as designers can experiment with different colour combinations and shapes.

The timeless appeal of oak

European oak is widely used for interior decoration due to its superior performance and longevity, as well as compatibility with both modern and traditional interiors.

Segno is crafted in five oak colourations to create a natural and stunning selection of shades suitable for any interior scheme, including whitewashed contemporary Lime Stone, warm classic Oak, and dramatic Old Brown for heritage styles. 

Chancellor visits Worcester Bosch to see the future of heating with new ‘clean gas’ laboratory #netzero @BoschGlobal @BoschPress

Leading heating systems manufacturer Worcester Bosch has met with the Chancellor of the Exchequer, Sajid Javid MP, to present its developments in low-carbon heating technology.

Mr Javid visited the manufacturing plant in Worcester on the 8th of November with Worcester constituency MP Robin Walker.  They were shown Worcester Bosch’s new “clean gas” development lab and saw at first hand the company’s first hydrogen-ready boiler.

A hydrogen boiler could drastically reduce emissions in the use of heating and hot water in UK homes, hence its title as ‘clean gas’.  The company believes it is a viable solution towards achieving the UK’s net zero carbon targets by 2050. The boiler can run on natural gas until a future conversion of the gas grid to hydrogen.

REHAU’S GENEO NAMED PRODUCT OF THE YEAR @REHAUWindows

REHAU’s GENEO range of fibre-reinforced windows has been awarded the prestigious Product of the Year 2019 title by specialist architecture publisher Callwey Architekturverlag.

The range has been recognised in the windows category by a highly-respected judging panel from the architecture and media sectors. In particular, the judges were impressed with its use of sustainable materials to produce a window system with outstanding energy efficiency. The latest of REHAU’s innovative polymer-based solutions with high-tech fibre-composite window profiles developed over the past decade, the GENEO system was launched earlier this year and features the latest iteration of REHAU’s RAU-FIPRO X material.

Election retrofit pledges make headlines. Manchester’s sold-out Low Carbon Homes event opens on Thursday @lowcarbonhomes

Home heating accounts for 17% of all UK carbon emissions, a fact not missed by competing political parties, as we head towards our first election with Climate Change high on the agenda.

Labour’s plan for retrofitting our existing housing stock includes installation of over 6m heat pumps, 5m solar thermal and 2m solar photo voltaic systems by 2030, along with major insulation measures to reduce demand by 23% at a cost to Government of £60bn. Meanwhile, the Lib Dems have pledged £15bn to retrofit 26m homes…and all eyes are on the Conservatives to see how they plan to tackle the challenge of our inefficient housing stock, which results in 3.5m households living in fuel poverty.