A beautifully designed atrium can provide an impactful visual effect for visitors, but in a space of this size, how can specifiers ensure thermal comfort? Read More
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Each Home Counts Review: Could this be a step in the right direction for the efficiency of domestic property?
By Claire Owen
The ‘Each Home Counts Review’[https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/each-home-counts-review-of-consumer-advice-protection-standards-and-enforcement-for-energy-efficiency-and-renewable-energy] or Bonfield Review as it is more widely known, is a document which has been much awaited and finally welcomed by all of us at Jaga. In the past, initiatives such as the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) and the Green Deal have had a far from overwhelming impact on the installations of energy-efficient technologies in homes, so when it came to this recently published review, expectations were high. Read More
Public buildings are incredibly diverse and have different uses. For contractors specifying heating solutions and deciding on products and systems, a ‘one product fits all’ approach isn’t possible. Read More
Operators of care homes face a constant struggle. They are forced to juggle the health, safety and well-being of their residents against increasing financial pressure. If opportunities arise to improve residents’ health and the standard of living whilst also saving money, they shouldn’t be ignored. One of the most prominent – and unpredictable – issues is heating. Because care homes are effectively 24/7 operations, energy usage is one of their greatest expenditures. However there are heating options available that can help exceed residents’ expectations of their living environment whilst freeing up greater financial resources for the operators. Money saved is money that can be reallocated towards improving the overall quality of care. *Rising in... Read More