Vortice has expressed its delight to be working on a stunning development, Lawford Green, in partnership with Rose Builders, who have an outstanding reputation for building environmentally friendly homes in East Anglia.
They provide the chance to surround themselves in a wealth of parkland, unique history and picturesque coastal scenery, all encapsulated in the unrivalled beauty of the Stour Estuary.
Offering a superb collection of 2, 3, 4 and 5 bedroom homes, consisting of bungalows, chalet style bungalows & traditional 2 storey houses, Lawford Green boasts a carefully planned village green, neighbourhood centre and land secured for a new nursery and cycle paths.
Rose Builders have selected the energy efficient Vort Quadro centrifugal fans for the development. This stylish centrifugal fan has the option to be inbuilt or surface mounted, can be mounted in any orientation and has easy accessible filters.
Paul Willey, from Rose Builders, commented: “We are delighted to be working in partnership with Vortice Limited on this site at Lawford.
“Today’s homes are designed to meet 21st century standards and reflect the need to conserve energy and to respect our carbon footprint.
“With air quality being so important to human health, we’re not only embracing the surrounding landscape but also ensuring that we’re using great ventilation so that indoor air quality is equally as good – the Vortice fans enable us to do that.”
For more info on the Vort Quadro range and other ventilation systems, visit Vortice’s website.
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