EnviroVent has spoken of its delight in sponsoring the forthcoming H&V Green deal Forum.
In a statement, the company said: “In order to address the huge energy wastage in existing homes and meet the Government’s ambitious target of an 80 per cent reduction in carbon emissions by 2050, the emergence of the Green Deal is demonstrating how the road to achieving this will pave out.”
“As the main drivers of the Green Deal, registered providers will be implementing these energy efficient measures, with great emphasis being placed on homes becoming increasingly airtight through the installation of loft, cavity and solid wall insulation.”
“Responding to the challenge, EnviroVent’s range of low energy and sustainable products has been designed specifically for the refurbishment market, reducing CO2 emissions and fuel bills for residents. By delivering fresh, clean air into properties and controlling humidity levels, the EnviroVent products provide good,healthy indoor air quality all year round.”
“EnviroVent has already experienced the detrimental effects that this can have on both the fabric of the building and on health when homes are progressively sealed up, preventing an essential supply of fresh air. We may be consuming less energy and keeping our homes warmer, but we are forgetting that the building still needs to breathe.”
“As panellists we will be discussing and explaining the importance of “build tight-ventilate right.”
The Green Deal Forum will be held on 30th May at H&V News’ head office in Morningtom Crescent, London.
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