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FIXTURES & FINISHES Fires & Fireplaces Showcase


Chilli Penguin Stoves Pictured is the 5kW Short Penguin.


This little penguin can fit into a standard builders opening but is equally happy free standing.


It has clean contemporary lines, stainless steel handles and is available in six colours.


Capital Fireplaces


By the year 2022, all newly designed wood burning stove appliances that are verified by HETAS must meet the new requirements to be cleaner and more efficient to help tackle the major sources of air pollution in the UK. Solid fuel burning in homes is the largest contributor at 38 per cent of the total PM 2.5 emissions. Capital Fireplaces is committed to meeting the future stringent efficiency and emission limits sooner than is required. Therefore the company is proud to launch its new range of A+ ERP 2022 compliant stoves. Homeowners with a Capital ECO stove will reduce emissions by at least 85 per cent when compared to open fires and non-defra exempt stoves.


www.capitalfireplaces.co.uk


It is suitable for burning in a smoke control area. It has a clean burn system to maximise the view of the fire. Small, simple, sensational… what more could you ask for?


For more information please contact Chilli Penguin by calling or visit their website.


www.chillipenguin.co.uk Gazco


With Nordic style and sleek black glass, this tall and stylish stove from Gazco makes the ultimate in contemporary gas stoves. With soaring flames mirrored on all sides of the firebox and the option for modular installations, including a wall mounted version, the Loft creates an impressive focal point – and can even be controlled from the comfort of your sofa.


For those opting for Plinth and Logstore bases, there is also the choice of two other elegant finishes – either the smart Castillo grey sandstone or warm Woodgrain sandstone. For more information, please visit the website.


www.gazco.com


Welcome to the Dream Team Latexplan NA!


Mapei introduce Latexplan NA, a two-part, fast setting, smoothing and levelling compound to the ever popular ‘Dream Team’ range of levelling compounds. Latexplan NA is a two-part, fast-setting, moisture tolerant, cement based levelling compound, suitable for levelling differences in thickness between 3mm to 10mm in one application on new and existing substrates. The versatility of Latexplan NA means it can be applied over numerous substrates, including over most existing adhesive residues including bitumen, is suitable for use onto plywood substrates and Mapeproof ESM and Mapeproof One Coat surface DPM’s usually without priming. Once applied, Latexplan NA can receive light foot traffic after approximately 60 minutes and is ready to receive floor coverings after four hours, depending on the ambient temperature. Latexplan NA can also be used in conjunction with under floor heating and can be applied below surface applied damp proof membranes when pre-smoothing of uneven surfaces is required. Latexplan NA joins Latexplan Trade and Latexplan Trade Fast in the ultimate ‘dream team’ of levelling compounds, offering complete peace of mind for your flooring project in both residential and commercial installations.


0121 508 6970 www.mapei.co.uk september/october 2018 www.sbhonline.co.uk 51


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