INSULATION; KITCHENS & APPLIANCES 43 EcoTherm launches new Eco-Cavity Full Fill

EcoTherm Insulation is pleased to announce the launch of EcoTherm Eco-Cavity Full Fill. The new foil faced, rigid PIR insulation board has been designed to allow simple compliance with the energy requirements of the Building Regulation and Standards, without requiring alterations to standard wall designs. The insulation board dimen- sions are sized to co-ordinate with brick and block sizes, allowing them to be quickly

installed with standard wall tie methods whilst their tongue and groove edges offer a superior fit and moisture resistance. Celotex insulation installed to create energy-saving coastal property

Sue and Dick Russill were given the opportunity to create their retirement dream home – a beautiful cliff-top dwelling overlooking the Pembrokeshire coast. The couple wanted the construction to be timber-frame with high levels of thermal insulation, and for the home to be able to make the most of passive solar gain. The wall insulation comprised 70mm of rigid insulation panels using Celotex GA4000, along with a multifoil blanket enveloping the exterior frame. The pitched roof insulation included 120mm Celotex XR4000 boards, as well as bubble insulation membrane and mineral-wool cladding. Both Celotex GA4000 and Celotex XR4000 enabled the pitched roof and flooring throughout the property to achieve lower U-values, with the inclusion of low emissivity foil facings further enhancing thermal performance within cavity air spaces. Both certified under BBA certificate number 95/3197 and 16/5352, with low global warming potential (GWP) and zero ozone depletion potential (ODP). Celotex XR4000 and Celotex GA4000 were able to future-proof the energy performance of the Pembrokeshire property. Aside from insulation requirements, the exterior was covered in fibre-cement cladding in a grey colour that compli- mented the contemporary appearance of the building, whilst fitting in well with the surroundings.

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P NELAND FURNITURE LTD – 01299 271143 Brochure app innovation from BLANCO

A new app from BLANCO UKmakes downloading and sharing the company’s kitchen sink, tap and appliances brochures easy. The free, simple-to- use app gives the trade instant access to BLANCO’s extensive range of kitchen taps, kitchen sinks, induction hobs, extractor hoods and accessories. Once downloaded within the app, the product brochures provide detailed up-to-date information, specifications and inspiration, allowing additions to be made to customers’ kitchens based on the latest innovations and cutting-edge design.

High Insulation Level High Strength High Build Speed But Low Cost Low Skill Levels With

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• 100% solid wood kitchens – no MDF, chipboard or ply • Dovetail jointed drawers – mortise and tenon joints for carcases • Free design service, individual, hand drawn plans • Non-standard sizes, at no extra cost, to suit your kitchens dimensions • Fully assembled units; no annoying flat-pack assembly • Straightforward, easy to understand costing: prices include VAT & delivery • Knotted, primed and painted units are now available

Pineland is a privately owned, family company that has been established for over 20 years. We believe in listening to our clients, and our hand drawn plans, reflect our customers desires and opinions. The final design combines well planned functionality, with elegance and beauty, and our clients are often surprised how all this can be achieved at such a reasonable cost.

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