VELUX ambassador Charlie Luxton was at the Homebuilding and Renovating Show this weekend, offering guests advice on how to maximise daylight and increase energy efficiency in their homes.
The Homebuilding and Renovating Show was attended by 35,822 people between the 15th and 16th April.
TV personality and architect Charlie Luxton appeared on the VELUX stand at the event, where he hosted a masterclass for homeowners on designing with daylight. VELUX staff members were also on hand to showcase the latest products including the VELUX white-painted range.
Michelle Adamson of VELUX commented of the success of the show. She said: “This year’s Homebuilding and Renovating Show was a great chance to help homeowners with their projects and give them advice on how to use daylight to transform their homes.
“With Charlie’s knowledge and expertise on architecture and creating bright, energy efficient homes, guests of the show were able to get the best advice on practical design and inspiration from his masterclasses.”
Velux Co Ltd
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