Show of strength

25-27 June

NEC, Birmingham

InstallerSHOW, the UK’s biggest event focusing on the sustainable delivery of heat, water, air and energy for all those responsible for decarbonising our built environment, returns to the NEC, Birmingham from 25-27 June, bigger and better than ever!

The show will be 50% larger than last year, with 20,000 visitors enjoying more features and theatres designed to educate and inspire, with content created for local authorities, housing associations, developers, architects, energy managers and building services engineers. The 10 content streams will cover both domestic and non-domestic buildings, as well as kitchens and bathrooms, solar energy, smart buildings and the electrification of heat.

After a successful launch at last year’s InstallerSHOW, the Housing Hub will be returning for 2024, with a programme of content designed for housebuilders and housing associations, as well as those working in the supply chain delivering energy efficiency to homes. Our facilitators for the Housing Hub will be journalists Rachel England and Jim McClelland.

Our content partners for the Housing Hub include the National Retrofit Hub and the National Home Improvement Council. We’ll be addressing topics relevant for both newbuild and refurbishment projects, all designed to help our audience make homes healthier, more energy efficient and affordable. Sessions will include the Future Homes Standard, taking a fabric first approach to retrofit, designing low carbon homes and the Building Safety Act. Speakers will include Cala Homes, Longhurst Group and Siemens.

We’ll also have a session from the Welsh Government, talking about its Optimised RetroFit Programme and how it might be adopted by other housing organisations looking for a whole house, pragmatic, approach to decarbonising existing homes, that takes into account the fabric or materials homes are made from and the way we heat and store energy. 

Over 600 exhibitors

The exhibitors will offer a huge selection of products and solutions to help deliver sustainable buildings. Sectors represented include heating and plumbing, renewable energy, electric vehicle infrastructure, kitchens and bathrooms, energy storage, software and digital solutions, ventilation, water efficiency and more. Some of the names you can expect to see are Vaillant, Polypipe, Heat Geek, Ford, E.ON, Aico, Climalife, Danfoss, Haier, Nesta, Kingspan, Mixergy, Passiv UK and Wilo UK. Many exhibitors will be offering demos and taster training sessions, with the chance to get hands-on with the latest products and speak to the firms. Check the new products section of our website for the latest on launches at InstallerSHOW 2024.

The Invent area is dedicated to new inventions from forward-thinking companies. The products featured range from ingenious tech devices powered by data, to cutting edge digital solutions – it is a glimpse into the next generation of industry innovations.

The goal of InstallerSHOW is to ensure that every visitor’s experience is both enjoyable and worthwhile – whether their priorities are to network with the supply chain, enhance their knowledge, get hands-on with new products, or meet up with their peers. There is truly something for everyone at InstallerSHOW. What’s more, parking and entry are free. 

Michael Costain, managing director at organiser Lyrical Communications, comments: “InstallerSHOW has grown in size by almost 600% since 2021, reflecting the appetite for knowledge around the journey towards net zero. At its heart, though, it retains the sense of community and togetherness that has made it a staple on the calendar for installers and specifiers alike. A visit to InstallerSHOW is undoubtedly a smart move on a professional level, but it’s also a whole lot of fun.”

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