An initiative to rid the construction industry of plastic packaging and other waste is being spearheaded by sustainable timber window and door supplier Bereco.
The latest total value sales from Britain’s Builders’ Merchants released by the Builders Merchant Building Index (BMBI) show quarter-on-quarter sales climbed +7.6% in Q2 2023.
SterlingOSB Zero PrimedPlus, from timber panel specialist West Fraser, is a versatile OSB3 board, primed in the factory.
With Bereco’s windows and doors, you can guarantee that the wood has been sourced responsibly and finished to an incredibly high standard.
A leading UK supplier of timber frame and SIP building kits for providers of top end lodge manufacturers and garden room installers is employing SterlingOSB Zero from the West Fraser range.
The latest figures from the Builders Merchant Building Index (BMBI), published in July, reveal builders’ merchants’ value sales were down by -6.0% in May, compared to the same month in 2022.
With each cubic meter of timber storing up to a tonne of carbon dioxide – or the equivalent of 120,000 mobile phone charges – one sure-fire way to reduce your project’s emissions is by incorporating timber windows and doors from Bereco.
Between 2003 and February 2022, Bereco supplied over 261,000 timber windows and doors, saving over 66 million kgCO2e when compared to uPVC.
International Timber and Jewson have provided sustainable and quality cedar timber for the development of a Costa Coffee drive-thru facility.
A firm of joinery specialists operating across London and the Home Counties has been making extensive use of West Fraser’s SterlingOSB Zero boards.