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Wolseley uncovers insulation talks at SBC

Wolseley’s Sustainable Building Center (SBC) in Leamington Spa, is hosting insulation seminars for installers.
Wolseley uncovers insulation talks at SBC
The free sessions on February 4 and February 6, promises installers, developers and house builders ‘An Introduction to Insulation’ namely: the types of insulation available; suitable applications; how to apply insulation to get the most sustainable benefit; latest legislation, and advice from suppliers Celotex and Knauf.

Run by staff from Wolseley’s insulation business Encon, the seminar also includes a tour of the SBC building where attendees can see and touch installed insulation products.

Tim Pollard, Wolseley’s head of sustainability, said: “We have had a hugely positive response to the SBC seminars to date, which have ranged from heat pump technologies to dedicated self build events. We look forward to introducing a varied events programme for 2009 to address all areas of sustainability for representatives across the construction industry.”

The seminars take place from 9.30am – 12.30pm. To book a place call 01926 705748 or email
12 January 2009


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