(Nuaire's Residential team collect their Housebuilder Product award on stage in very good company)
Nuaire’s Residential team has celebrated an afternoon of success at the Housebuilder Product Awards 2014, at Edgbaston Stadium, Birmingham. The company’s innovative and time-saving new ducting range, Ductmaster Thermal has scooped the coveted Best Service Product Award, beating off strong competition from products including E.ON’s Smart Metering System.
(Clockwise, left to right: Steve Smith, Richard Jenkins, Andy Sellman, Wendy Thomas)
Nuaire Product Manager Wendy Thomas said: “We are delighted to win Best Service Product in this high profile and well-respected industry competition.
“Nuaire introduted Ductmaster Thermal to support housebuilders in meeting current building regulations, and to help them save time and costs on site. Recognition from the Housebuilder Product Award judges in a highly competitive category proves that the Ductmaster Thermal is as good as we believe it to be.”
She continued: “As a fan manufacturer we are well known for our product innovation, so it’s very encouraging to know that, in applying the same innovative principles to the design of our ducting range, we have developed a solution that offers time and cost-savings to the house builder whilst also improving the quality and performance of their MVHR and MEV installations.”
Nuaire’s Ductmaster Thermal is an innovative all-in-one system that solves the issue of insulating ducting through un-heated spaces, an area highlighted by the NHBC guidance document. It features a unique clamping mechanism that forms an air-tight seal, eliminating the risk of condensation forming in the duct. With no need for any sealant or tape, installation is simple and quick, helping to lower labour costs for installation on site. The range has recently achieved LABC (Local Authority Building Control) Certification for both round and rectangular ranges, meaning that Ductmaster Thermal is approved for use and backed by the LABC on any of their new build and refurbishment projects.
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