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HEATING, VENTILATION & SERVICES INTERIORS Super cool SILGRANIT® sink from BLANCO


sink now that I have a boiling hot water tap? Simply; Silgranit isn't fazed by any high temperatures, including that of a 100° hot water tap! The durable composite material, which is made from 80% granite, is built to withstand the elements – it is scratch-, heat-, impact-, light-, and acid- resistant. There is a multitude of sinks available in Silgranit in a variety of shapes and sizes. Each is available in a range of colours; and some colours have matching


Do I need to take special care of my Silgranit®


mixer taps for a truly coordinated look. Colours are Anthracite, Rock Grey, Alumetallic, Pearl Grey, White, Coffee, Tartufo, Jasmin, Concrete-style and the on-trend Black. Visit the BLANCO website for more information.


www.blanco.co.uk Keller partners with Plantics


Keller Kitchens and parent group, DKG, have collaborated with Plantics. Together the companies will look at how a high-quality kitchen can be manufactured entirely from roadside grass and hemp. Hemp can be used as a raw material – it's strong, grows fast and can be cultivated on a large scale. Plantics has developed a new set of bio resins that bind hemp and grass together. This material is now used to develop circular materials which can be used for developing sustainable kitchens which still have that


high-quality and beautifully-designed Keller appeal. Keller Kitchen has been a Carbon Neutral manufacturer since 2017 and, with the help of ZLTO, has taken the next step to becoming carbon negative.


www.youtube.com/watch?v=zVU5qMcBCzU Vent-Axia fan celebrates sweet sixteen A picture of an installed Silent Fan


Vent-Axia continues to lead the way in reliability with one of its Silhouette bathroom fans celebrating its sixteenth birthday. Installed in 2005 in a family home in Hornchurch, Essex during the refurbishment of the property’s main bathroom, the fan is still going strong 16 years later. The Silhouette fan has worked effectively during this time without requiring any attention and continues to improve indoor air quality and combat condensation and mould. It is this longevity


and reliability that is central to Vent-Axia commitment to sustainable high- quality design. While it has never required any repairs, Vent-Axia fans are designed to be easily repairable and are simple to maintain.


0344 856 0590 www.vent-axia.com Saint Moritz from Königstone sparkles


Königstone has brought the vision to life to the kitchen with the Saint Moritz quartz worktop from the KönigQuartz range. Saint Moritz is made up of over 90% Quartz; the quality and durability of this material make it the perfect choice for a kitchen worktop. The KönigQuartz range is available in an impressive range of colour options designed to excite all kitchen schemes. The flecked surface of Saint Moritz is complemented by the high-gloss finish of KönigQuartz and the shine is easily


maintained by very simple cleaning and care methods. The high scratch, stain and heat-resistance of quartz is even more reason to consider this for the kitchen.


info@konigstone.co.uk


jul/aug 2021


www.sbhonline.co.uk


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