SERS to Exhibit at Grand Designs Live

1st October 2014
SERS is to take part in next month’s Grand Designs Live at the National Exhibition Centre. The show is based on design guru Kevin McCloud’s popular Channel 4 series.

We will be demonstrating one of its external wall insulation processes at the show which runs from October 9 to October 12. Grand Designs Live will feature more than 500 exhibitors in six sections covering new build, technology, interiors, gardens, kitchens and bathrooms and homeware. The show also includes demonstrations and seminars and is aimed at inspiring homeowners and designers with innovative ideas.

We will be demonstrating a brick render external wall insulation finishing process, which allows externally insulated homes to retain a brick-built appearance.

The demonstrations will take place every day of the show at 11.30am and 2.30pm on SERS stand B906.

Visitors to the SERS stand will also be able to learn about SERS’ one-stop shop service under the Government’s Green Deal package which allows homeowners to save money on fuel bills with a range of fuel-saving measures, paid for through their electric bills. SERS is one of very few companies in the UK certified to carry out Green Deal surveys and assessments, arrange finance and also carry out the installation work.

Whilst at the show we have a ‘show offer’ running, allowing those eligible to receive £1000 worth of products for FREE as part of a combined purchase offer.

SERS director Mike Roberts said it was important to get the energy efficiency message to as wide an audience as possible.
SERS supports all efforts to tackle home insulation and we have nearly 25 years of experience in this field and have won many industry awards for our work.

The point that we are also keen to underline at this exciting exhibition is that whatever decisions may be made at Government level there are always opportunities to take advantage of new technologies and funding streams which will make homes warmer and drastically cut fuel bills. A relatively modest investment in energy improvement can result in huge savings in energy costs.
Mike Roberts, Managing Director, SERS
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