Easy Heat system highly commended at Housebuilder Awards

  • 29 Jun 2015

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The Housebuilder Product Awards was held on the 25th June in Birmingham, hosted by cricket legend Henry Blofeld – recognising excellence and innovation across the supply side of the UK housebuilding industry.

Jo Trotman from REHAU (centre) receives the Highly Commended trophy for REHAU Easy Heat from Henry Blofeld (right).

REHAU Easy Heat was recognised due to its innovation and originality along with its popularity amongst mainstream house builders, including Westbuild and Discovery Homes.

REHAU Easy Heat underfloor heating operates using the same flow and return pipework as radiators and does not require a manifold.

It has been developed for easy installation with its own REHAU Easy Panel structural floor system, and is suitable to use with familiar, user friendly room thermostats.

Contact:

REHAU
Hill Court,
Walford,
Ross on Wye,
Herefordshire,
HR9 5QN

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