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May 02, 2016
Energy efficiency matters now more than ever. Despite a global recession and public spending cuts across the board, global warming remains one of the biggest threats to the planet and those who dwell on it. Put simply, energy efficiency is the attempt to reduce the amount of energy used to provide everyday products and services by making improvements to technology and buildings.
Aug 08, 2016
As every installer should know, high quality ducting is essential to the effective running of a ventilation system and there are a number of important considerations to take into account. When ducting is selected and installed correctly, it can improve and prolong the efficiency of the whole system, leading to long term low maintenance.
May 17, 2016
Up to 35% of all people throughout the world experience allergies at some point in their life, and this number is on the increase. At first, allergies only seemed to be increasing in developed countries such as the UK and USA but as more and more countries around the world become more industrially developed, they too are seeing an increase in the rate of allergies.
Apr 04, 2016
If you are building your own home then you almost certainly want the most cost-effective, future-proofed and damp-proofed home possible. One way to achieve this is by designing your build around an EnviroVent whole house heat recovery system that will enable you to go for a more insulated house, with fewer vents. This will be much more efficient in the long run.
Mar 28, 2016
Breathing is something we do without thinking. Unless we're practising yoga or another activity which requires us to control it, we breathe subconsciously. Maybe that's the reason many residents ignore the possibility that what they're breathing in at home could be doing them harm.
Feb 05, 2016
For a home to be described as sustainable it must meet certain criteria, and these are laid out in the Code for Sustainable Homes. It's a set of guidelines forming an environmental assessment method that can be used to rate and certify how newly built homes perform in terms of their energy consumption and retention. Some of the elements of this standard are now also codified in Building Regulations, which apply to all homes built in England.
Mar 08, 2016
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