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Webinar: Calling all Asset Managers, Design Managers, Architects, and Contractors

From the June the Part L Building Regulations are changing. Join us for an exclusive Webinar on 13th June to find out what that means for you.

Delivered by both Daniel McCroft and Mike Rennie, live from our Aberdeen factory on June 13th. This not-to-be-missed event will offer an insightful discussion on the latest regulation changes and what it means to you, as well as a rare behind-the-scenes look at the latest doorset innovation.

Get to know SecuraTherm, our innovative timber doorset. With an impressive 47% greater energy performance than traditional doorsets, SecuraTherm is a game-changer in energy efficiency. Our patent pending insulation system and timber construction make the doorset unique, reducing heat loss and keeping a comfortable indoor climate.

In light of impending legislation changes, it has become more important than ever to upgrade front entrance doors to a more energy-efficient option. SecuraTherm is perfectly positioned to provide assurance to architects, asset manager and service providers. It plays a crucial role in creating sustainable living places and shaping a greener future for our planet.

In this webinar, you'll get a chance to:

1. Explore the latest legislation changes.

2. Learn about the tangible benefits and energy savings associated with installing a SecuraTherm doorset.

3. Understand how SecuraTherm has been tested to the highest safety and security standards.

SecuraTherm not only contributes to reducing carbon footprint by 47%** but also provides homeowners and communities with unparalleled fire and weather protection. It's been rigorously tested and holds Secure By Design accreditation to BS 6375-1 (Formally PAS24 Weather Testing), (BS6375-2, BS6375-3), and PAS23, assuring safety and security at the core.

Join us on this journey to sustainability, where savings and eco-friendliness go hand in hand. Let's walk together towards a more energy-efficient future, one doorset at a time.


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