• 12 February 2014

14 January 2014

Electric Water Heating and Part G Regulations course launched

Each solution will be explained thoroughly, whilst legislative changes which will have an effect on water heater projects will be discussed, covering cold and hot water supply and systems, water efficiency, sanitary ware, bathrooms and kitchens. The CPD courses can be held at the Redring Xpelair Group’s training centre or at a participants work premises.

  • 14 January 2014

13 January 2014

Changing Places Toilet desirable under Building Regulations Document M

The electrical services require appropriate protection, in line with current regulations, to power the hoist, height-adjustable equipment, a shower and hand drier Research shows that even today, too many buildings are difficult to access for adults with impairments – 54% of shops, 34% of hospitals, 23% of bars and restaurants – and 17% of people[…]

  • 13 January 2014

  • 06 January 2014

06 December 2013

New waterproof Sealwise replacement for MDF, MFC, laminate boards and plasterboard

Available in any thickness from 6mm upwards, in any RAL colour and with a wide range of texture finishes, Sealwise WCB can also be printed to provide the perfect result every time even for the most demanding of applications. Sealwise WCB is powering a revolution in every application where MDF, MFC, plasterboard and laminates have[…]

  • 06 December 2013

22 November 2013

Regulating Washroom Design

Building Regulations Whether it is a new build project or a washroom refurbishment, the provision of sanitary conveniences and hand washing facilities is regulated by a  range of standards. For example, Part G of the Building Regulations contains guidelines on the number and type of facilities required in a building to meet the needs of[…]

  • 22 November 2013

  • 31 October 2013

23 October 2013

Elements tiling solutions eliminate mouldy mush in shower rooms

Wet and dry rot might take hold with the potential to spread to joists and other timber within the building’s structure. In Scandinavia, where timber construction predominates, plasterboard is banned in shower areas. Tiling onto plasterboard is common practice in the UK so it is worth understanding why plasterboard fails, even when moisture resistant plasterboards[…]

  • 23 October 2013