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Maintenance-free decking looks like real wood

Reliaboard is the latest composite decking to be launched in the TimberTech range by Greensquares. With an authentic wood grain look, Reliaboard carries all the special advantages of TimberTech composite decking but at a budget conscious price level. Reliaboard decking... View Article

Porcelain paving range expands with continuing success

Greensquares has introduced two new colours to its successful Refin Porcelain Paving range. An appreciation of this alternative flooring material has seen Refin being adopted extensively in domestic, commercial and public projects. Adding a sense of style and elegance, Refin... View Article

Get flushed away with style from Multikwik

The newly extended Multikwik range of flush plates offers a design solution for any bathroom – from infrared sophistication to stylish glass and wood materials. From colourful bright designs for schools and nurseries to muted earthy tones and finishes that... View Article

You can’t fit quicker

HOPPE’s door handles with Quick-Fit plus connections certainly live up to their name. But that’s not the whole story. Not only are Quick-Fit plus handles a doddle to fit in double quick time, they are so stylish and sleek that... View Article

Eco-friendly piling plastic

The Liniar brand is owned by HL Plastics Ltd, manufacturers of plastic piling at its Derbyshire factory since 1994. Plastic piling is eco-friendly, made from recycled PVCu, with a huge range of benefits: British manufactured Does not rot or rust... View Article

Multi tasking flood defence barrier stand s900

Launching at Ecobuild 2014: Jacksons – a leading British designer, manufacturer and installer of perimeter security / access control solutions – launches a revolutionary long lasting timber flood fence that combines effective flood defence qualities with essential perimeter protection whilst... View Article

The best of Bio-Fuel technology

his year-round multi-fuel condensing boiler has been developed and installed since the year 2000. There are now many hundreds of boilers burning natural gas, light oil, low pressure gas and kerosene. The boiler can now burn B100 bio-fuel, transformed from... View Article

The Bathroom Switch from Sensorbility

Feature Bathroom lighting is becoming more desirable, but until now the choices of switching have been severely limited. (Pull-cords, PIRs or outside switching). Sensorbility, has therefore developed the NEW Bathroom Switch controller, with Dimmer and Timer variants; thus allowing bathroom... View Article

FLOORMATE 300-A insulation awarded BBA accreditation

FLOORMATE 300-A extruded polystyrene (XPS) insulation from Dow Building Solutions has been awarded a BBA certificate, offering specifiers valuable third party endorsement for the product’s performance. FLOORMATE 300-A – which is a STYROFOAM-A grade manufactured in the UK – is... View Article

New films show benefits of housing apprenticeships

One of the country’s largest housing providers has launched five short films to celebrate the benefits of apprenticeship schemes in the housing sector. Each film – available online at – follows an apprentice from Circle Housing as they complete... View Article

Lakes Bathrooms launches new Coastline range

Shower enclosure specialist Lakes Bathrooms has launched a new semi frameless range within the Coastline Collection. There are seven designs in the new range, all designed to fit standard tray sizes, but at 2000mm in height, these styles work well... View Article

Online learning with the LRWA

The LRWA (Liquid Roofing and Waterproofing Association) announces the launch of its RIBA approved CPD, exclusively available online for specifiers, architects, and surveyors. “Continuing Professional Development is crucial for anyone working in the construction industry,” comments Terry Wain, LRWA Technical... View Article

Ap-ply-ing a different pitch to roofing

By Martin Shave, business development manager for domestic roofing at Protan. Why do we build dwellings with pitched, tiled roofs? There is no law saying we have to; it is tradition, and a bad reputation for flat roofs. Yet a... View Article

SIPs – The third method of construction

By Tony Millichap, technical manager of Kingspan Insulation Limited. Conventional construction methods such as brick and block have two distinct disadvantages: programmes can become unpredictable in our wet climate, and walls are having to become thicker and thicker in order... View Article

Picking the perfect pipe

Jon Briafield at PE pipe specialist, GPS PE pipe Systems, advises on the considerations for pipe specification and the types of pipe required for different elements of a water installation. Regardless of the water pressure, geography of a site or... View Article
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