Builders merchant Jewson invited customers of its Lytham St Annes branch to a sustainable future day to share information on sustainable products and building practices.
80 local builders, contractors, self-builders and DIYers attended the open day, where they received advice and help about meeting requirements under the Code for Sustainable Homes and the building regulations.
With presentations covered topics such as heat pumps, solar PV, rainwater harvesting, insulation and underfloor heating, as well as Jewson’s Greenworks Training Academy, a dedicated training centre for customers who wish to gain hands-on knowledge of sustainable product solutions, renewable technologies and MCS Accreditation.
Malcolm Gough, market director – sustainability at Jewson said: “Sustainability and green building practices are becoming increasingly important and a lot of our customers have been asking for more help and information on these important issues.”
To watch a video clip of the day, click here