Schiedel Chimney Systems has launched a competition to win the Isokern Garden Fireplace, celebrating the UK's growing love affair with its gardens. Architects, Landscape Architects and Designers are invited to submit designs for an external living area incorporating Schiedel's latest heating solution. The Isokern Garden Fireplace adds an attractive and useful focal point to any garden. Its striking, free-standing design brings drama to the grandest scheme. Whatever the scale, Schiedel's Isokern Garden Fireplace will bring warmth and attention to any outdoor living space. For more details on the competition please visit their website.

Consort Claudgen has launched the CRXSL wireless controller which is compatible with all Consort’s RX and SL heaters and allows multiple control of RX and SL heaters at the same time. It is mains or battery- powered and offers up to six temperature settings a day, seven days a week. It has three different operating modes and features a 15-minute Boost with temperature control to provide the maximum comfort quickly. Other features include optional open window detection, child lock, large backlit LCD display and touch screen. For further information on Consort Claudgen’s products, please visit their website.

Johnson & Starley’sWarmCair condensing warm air heating range is suitable for a wide range of applications including private residential and social housing. With rapid warm up times and low noise levels, models are suitable for new builds and the direct replacement of existing warm air systems. Designed for simple and quick installation, the WarmCair warm air heating system offers a choice of upflow or downflow models available with or without hot water and incorporating a stainless steel heat exchanger and other first class components to ensure long life and low maintenance costs. WarmCair heaters are compliant with Building Regulations Part L.

Stelrad Radiators are one of the leading providers of raditors for new build developments across the UK and Ireland with its popular Compact series leading the way.

In addition, the company is seeing an increasing number of premium panel and decorative radiators being specified for new build homes, to differentiate some new homes from others.

The range of specialist bathroom and kitchen radiatiors is growing too.

To find out more information and see the whole range, head over to the Stelrad website.

Vent-Axia Leads the Way with Quiet Living Vent-Axia has launched a new range of acoustic solutions for its Sentinel Kinetic mechanical ventilation with heat recovery (MVHR) units. With the negative effect of noise on our health now recognised, the new Acoustic Top Box and Acoustic Enclosure have been designed to further reduce the already low noise levels

of the MVHR units to improve the quality of life of inhabitants and reduce noise complaints in very noise sensitive applications. Vent-Axia’s new acoustic range includes two solutions, the first is the Acoustic Top Box which reduces induct noise at key frequencies in living areas, bedrooms and wet rooms. Meanwhile the Acoustic Enclosure reduces breakout noise from the MVHR unit, lowering noise levels throughout the dwelling.

0844 856 0590 VASCO: 2019 be bold and embrace colour

2019 is the year of colour – so banish the beige and embrace vivacious and vibrant colours such as a Carmine Red or Melon Yellow from Vasco’s extensive, contemporary colour palette. Be bold and beautiful when selecting a radiator, break away from safe, muted shades in favour of intense show-stopping colours. White and cream effortlessly blend into a

room, but a bolder colour can be just the wake-up call a room needs. VASCO’s carefully selected palette of 56 colours is guaranteed to help inject new life into your home. A designer radiator in a bright or contrasting colour can be a wonderful statement piece and is an ideal way of introducing a colour accent to a room without over powering the space.

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