Chandlers presents environmental products at Eco Technology Show

Published:  13 June, 2012

EAST SUSSEX: Chandlers Building Supplies, keen to encourage customers to purchase more eco-friendly products, will be showcasing the latest environmental products at the Eco Technology Show at the Amex Stadium in Brighton on 15-16 June.

Chandlers has a full range of environmentally-friendly bathroom products that the independent merchant plans to present at the show, focusing on water saving and temperature control.

“We launched the 'modern design for modern living' bathroom range combining water efficiency with style and performance so that every home, regardless of space or budget constraints, can adopt a sustainable water programme,” said the merchant’s business development director, Phil Barnard.

“These comply with Part G of the Building Regulations as well as being adaptable to meet with the various water elements of the Code for Sustainable Homes.”

Chandlers will also be showcasing Porotherm blocks. “These are thermally and acoustically efficient, strong and quick to use for building,” said Mr Barnard.

“The blocks are typically 20-30% MARSS recycled content and reduce energy consumption in manufacture. Their interconnected pores and web pattern aid thermal performance and interlocking vertical joints means that the unique thin-joint mortar used is only required on the horizontal edges," he explained.

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