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Specflue features at permanent center for Inspiration and Innovation

Specflue has announced completion of a brand-new installation within the National Self Build and Renovation Centre (NSBRC) in Swindon.

Specflue's installation in the National Self Build and Renovation Centre in Swindon

The NSBRC is a unique ‘Trade Village’ where 250 manufacturers present their latest products and technologies at a single site. As well as a team of experts on hand to advise visitors, visitors can access additional information directly from exhibitors via a simple code-swiping device.

The Specflue installation at Stand 105 provides a lifestyle setting as a background to exhibit a stylish Halo pellet burning stove from their MCZ range. In addition, the combination of touch-screen technology accessed through an iPad located on a podium and displayed on a large, wall-mounted screen enables visitors to browse product details such as energy efficiency and colour variants. Visitors can simply scroll through the information to select the best options for their new build or renovation.

Commercial Director Ian Sams comments: “We are delighted to become a part of this ‘permanent exhibition’. As one of the first UK distributers of pellet-based, renewable heating systems, this single source of inspiration and innovation for those creating or renovating their dream homes is an ideal showcase for our products and services.

Further details, map and directions to the NSBRC can be found here https://www.nsbrc.co.uk/contact-us

12 September 2019

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