Crittall has become the only steel window manufacturer with fully integrated business management, order processing &fabrication systems following the completion of a project to introduce state-of-the-art software & machinery.

Showing a strong commitment to both sustainability and supply chain collaboration, leading insulation, drywall and ceiling product distributor CCF has joined forces with Knauf Insulation to identify some of the most common issues surrounding meeting Part L and achieving lower U-values to understand how best to support customers through changing regulations.

Flooring Hut is pleased to announce the launch of our updated carpet and flooring written quote service, aimed at delivering clarity, transparency, and professionalism to our valued customers. This service is designed to offer a multitude of benefits for businesses and consumers alike.

With common openings in external cavity walls supported by lintels of metal, concrete, stone or timber, the opportunity exists to offset the evacuation of penetrating rain so discharge is not in the vicinity of the opening.

There’s more to meeting the latest requirements of Part L than meets the eye and, as John Mellor from leading UK building materials manufacturer Glidevale Protect explains, ‘hidden protectors’, such as reflective breather membranes and vapour control layers, can make a difference to the thermal efficiency of a building.

From 1st February 2024, the government will put a ban in place for the UK sale of T5 and T8 linear fluorescent lamps.

Congratulations are in order for Zentia, one of the UK’s leaders in complete ceiling solutions, for being announced as the Grand Final Winner of the Made in Britain Awards 2023, a category within the North East Business Awards.

Interface, Inc. (NASDAQ: TILE), the global flooring solutions company and leader in sustainability, today unveils its newest carpet tile collection, Past Forward, offering new modern classics inspired by decades of iconic design.

Hitesh Pattni, Northern Specification Manager at SFS, discusses how working with a product manufacturer in construction to select an appropriate system solution, provides more reassurance that building envelope performance will be maintained for the length of the given warranty. Attempts to specify system solutions, however, are often undermined by proposed substitutions for individual components.

Catherine Gibson, managing director of leading insulation, drywall and ceiling product distributor CCF has lent her voice to the important discussion of product traceability following a guest speaker appearance at UK Construction Week.

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