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 Delta Membranes


Judging by the number of ‘hits’ it achieves on a daily basis, the Delta Membranes website is already an essential tool for specifiers. However, a fresh new look for the company’s website promises to make it even more inviting. The website has undergone a complete overhaul, while retaining all informative data about the extensive range of Delta products and services. One of the highlights of this revamped website is the video library, with interactive video guides on a variety of


subjects. Among the design services featured on the website is a ‘Downloads’ button which takes the viewer to a whole host of technical CAD drawings and PDFs.


Schlüter-Systems


Keeping cold floors and rooms toasty, offering space saving alternatives, as well as boasting energy efficient features, it’s no wonder underfloor heating (UFH) is becoming increasingly popular. Incorporating the very latest innovations in heating technology, Schlüter-Systems are proving the perfect solution for those looking for simple, reliable and easy to install underfloor heating systems showing true innovation in its tried, tested and trusted solutions. It provides a water-based system ideal for self-build and large scale projects, Schlüter® Schlüter®


-DITRA-HEAT-E, ideal for renovation and refurbishment. Schlüter®


-BEKOTEC-THERM, and an electric system, -


BEKOTEC-THERM is economically efficient, adaptable to any room, offers numerous construction and heating benefits and can be installed under- neath ceramic and natural stone coverings, as well as under parquet, lam- inates and carpets. Schlüter®


-DITRA-E creates a cosy and warm


environment and gives greater flexibility in layout options. With over 8,000 products in its range, Schlüter-Systems has an essential role to play in every professional tiling project.


Tel: 01530 813396 www.schluter.co.uk Enq. 237


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Demista


Added value at minimal cost to any new or refurbished bathroom must the be the inclusion of a demista™ heated mirror pad. This pad is easy to install, and will ensure a steam free mirror at all times, no matter how steamed up the bathroom. The heated mirror pads are available in a variety of sizes to suit most mirrors and in the case of a particularly large surface, they can be used in multiples. Running costs are minimal and ideally, once wired in to the lighting system, they will gently warm the mirror when the bathroom is in use. Why suffer the unsightly view of radiators when you can have under


floor heating? Cosyfloor™ electric under floor comfort heating gives overall gentle warmth, controlled by a programmable thermostat, and, with sister brands Ecofloor and Ecomat, is ideal for most solid floor surfaces. Both Cosyfloor™ and Ecofloor are earth screened so they can be safely


used in areas such as bathrooms, wet rooms, laundry rooms and kitchens where water spillage is expected. The cable kits can easily be configured around immovable objects to achieve optimum coverage and results.


Enq. 239 Enq. 240 62 selfbuilder & homemaker www.sbhonline.co.uk


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