Celotex Insulation is beginning its Insulating Scotland campaign on 28th September by embarking on a two week campervan roadshow, visiting a number of locations across Scotland.
The insulation specialist will take to the road in its custom designed campervan, spreading the word of products and services that can assist compliance to new Scottish Building Regulations.
Aiming to encourage architects, contractors and their distribution partners to simplify their route to Regulatory compliance, the Insulating Scotland campaign will see Celotex travel around Scotland in a bespoke VW campervan.
Paul Evans, Head of Marketing at Celotex commented: “Our Insulating Scotland campaign will ensure that industry professionals across Scotland can easily access all they need to know about the new Section 6 Building Regulations.
With further reductions in CO2 emissions required for Scotland, Celotex product and service solutions will continue to help simplify compliance to these new levels.”
The roadshow will see Celotex deliver a series of technical clinics at venues across the Scottish landscape.
To minimise environmental impact, Celotex has implemented a series of initiatives to offset more CO2 emissions than released – ensuring the campervan tour is carbon positive.
With the launch of its Insulating Scotland campaign, Celotex will continue to deliver education on Regulatory compliance by offering specifiers and contractors industry leading guidance to aid with the understanding and implementation of the latest Building Regulations.
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