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Wherever we are in the world, the Jaga family are always finding ways to demonstrate our Cradle to Cradle philosophy. That doesn’t just mean our products, but our buildings too.   Jaga’s new sales office in the Czech Republic is an example of just that. The showroom is located in the ‘Aviatica’ building – part of a new commercial redevelopment on the site of the legendary Czech car and aeroplane manufacturer, Walter Motors.   Alongside over 1500 Jaga radiators and trench heaters installed  read more

Jaga is delighted to announce that our Customer Service Manager, Nora Conlon, is in the running for HVR Magazine’s Customer Service Award. Designed to recognise those who go above and beyond for their customers, this award is only given to the best in the industry. Read here to find out more about Nora and past examples of her work, and don’t forget to vote!  read more

Jaga is delighted to announce that our Strada Low-H₂O radiator has been shortlisted for Best Plumbing Product at the Build It Awards 2015. This nomination is testament to the products on-going success.   We look forward to the winners being announced at a gala dinner and award ceremony on Thursday 24th September at the Tower Hotel in London. To find out more about the nominee, visit our Strada page.    read more

We are delighted that the Jaga Guardian LST radiator has been hailed by Professional Builder magazine as “one to watch” in an article rounding up all the recent features from its sister publication, Professional Heating & Plumbing Installer. In the piece, a regular contributor to the magazine states that, “this type of radiator is normally associated with health care rather than domestic use, but Jaga’s offering is being picked up by many discerning householders not just for its cool  read more

Jaga would like to pass on our congratulations to everyone involved with the winning projects at the 2015 RIBA National Awards.   The awards, run by the Royal Institute of British Architects, honour innovative buildings that set the standard for British architecture.   For ourselves, we were delighted that two London-based projects featured Jaga Mini Canal trench heaters to help warm the buildings efficiently and effectively. These were:   + NEO Bankside, Southwark Street + Bonhams, Bond Street  read more

The Denby care home in Denby Dale, West Yorkshire, has been awarded Best Regeneration Project at the Pinders Healthcare Design Awards.   Jaga’s Cocoon LST radiators were installed throughout the complex, with safe-to-touch casing making them the ideal choice in preventing the risk of accidental burns. Not only that, the Cocoon LST incorporates Jaga’s acclaimed Low-H₂O technology for exceptional energy efficiency.   The Pinders Healthcare Design Awards promote the very best developments in  read more

The deadline for Local Authorities to claim a share of the DECC’s £25 million Central Heating Fund is June 5th, 2015.   By taking advantage of the scheme, it is a chance to help reduce fuel poverty in England by receiving funding to install energy-efficient heating systems.   To find out more on, take a look at our blog.  read more

Jaga Heating Products UK and Churchill Retirement Living have worked together on Brindley Lodge Retirement Village in Sale to provide residents with safe, energy efficient heating.   Churchill is renowned for implementing innovative renewable technologies into its projects. In Jaga, it found an experienced manufacturer that shares its vision for harmonising sustainability with comfort.   The result of this collaboration was a retirement village full of happy, safe and warm residents.   To read  read more

Jaga is delighted to share the news that the Center Parcs Woburn Project – where Jaga’s Strada, Mini Canal, Twine and Sentinel LST radiators were used throughout the complex – has won the MIPIM 2015 Award for Best Hotel and Tourism Resort.   To read about how Jaga was involved in the project, visit our Center Parcs Woburn case study page.    read more

Jaga Strada radiators have recently been installed by Space Group and Arch Homes in a development of four sustainable homes in Blyth, Northumberland. The pilot project was commissioned in response to concerning research showing that 77,000 North East families fall victim to energy debt. The Strada model was chosen to help the buildings comply with ‘zero-carbon’ standards because of its compatibility with the renewable energy technologies being used. The Spacehus home was built to be a low waste,  read more

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