Durapipe will be exhibiting its range of plastic pipework systems suitable for care home environments at The Care Show.
The Show will take place at the NEC in Birmingham from 10-11 October and is expected to have over 2,500 visitors.
Visitors will benefit from CPD accredited content from construction professionals and care home operators. The seminars will cover the current build requirements for care home developments, innovative design concepts and techniques, as well as showcasing ground-breaking care projects.
Plastic pipework is suitable for residential care environments due to minimal installation times and costs in addition to being high performance and low maintenance once operational.
Durapipe will offer a one-stop-shop for plastic pipework systems for assisted living and retirement construction projects, at the show. Visitors can discuss the benefits of its plastic pipe systems for care home applications at the Durapipe stand, J40 in Hall 3.
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