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BUILDING FABRIC & EXTERIORS Brett Martin launches robust lids and frames


Heavy duty, robust and easy-to-fit 50kN1 450mm Lids and Frames have been added to the comprehensive range of Underground, Rainwater and Plumbing systems from Brett Martin Plumbing and Drainage. Suitable for residential applications, these hardwearing Lids and Frames offer strength and massive loading capability. Fully compatible with Brett Martin SfA7 Adoptable and Non-Adoptable Inspection Chambers and manufactured from polypropylene, Brett Martin Lids and


Frames are available in round and square options and feature a webbed rib design for added strength. The lightweight Lids and Frames offer ease of installation are easy to remove for maintenance and inspection.


028 9084 9999 www.brettmartin.com Slates complement selfbuild design


Good quality and modern aesthetics are perfectly combined in the fibre cement slate roof of a selfbuild residential property, thanks to the installation of Cembrit Jutland fibre cement slates. The property has been constructed to feature a modern style and character that blends into the surrounding environment. Local builders merchant, James Burrell supplied roofing contractor, Wilkinson Roofing with Cembrit Jutland fibre cement slates. Jutland slates feature a smooth surface and are pre-holed, square


edged and lightweight. They do not need to be graded and sorted like natural slates. These qualities combine to make them easy to handle and install and an ideal solution for a fast-track construction environment.


sales@cembrit.co.uk EnviroVent’s systems receive certification


Four mechanical ventilation heat recovery (MVHR) units from EnviroVent, one of the UK’s leading ventilation manufacturers, have been approved by the Passive House Institute, for use in Passive House developments. EnviroVent’s energiSava® 300 and 400 and Slimline 150 and 300 units have been awarded a PHI Component Certificate, after each one passed rigorous quality and energy performance tests set by the Passive House Institute. The energiSava® models are high efficiency whole house heat


recovery systems with maximum airflow capacities of 300 and 400 m3/h. The energiSava®


and Slimline heat recovery systems work by extracting


moisture laden air and re-supplying clean, fresh air into a property. 0345 27 27 807 www.envirovent.com


Timber frame manufacturer goes for gold


Specialist timber frame manufacturer, designer and supplier - Frame Technologies, has been awarded the highest possible accolade. Under a new protocol, Frame Technologies has been the first timber frame specialist contractor to be independently audited for the Structural Timber Association’s (STA’s) Membership and Quality Standards Scheme - STA Assure. The Presteigne based company achieved Gold Status. Managing Director of Frame Technologies, Simon Orrells said:


“As members of the STA, we follow industry best practice and our structural timber solutions are manufactured to exacting standards in our own factory in Presteigne, Wales.


01544 267124 www.frametechnologies.co.uk


may/june 2018


www.sbhonline.co.uk


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