EXTENSION AUDIT

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PRE-PURCHASE FEASABILITY CONSULTATION

TEMPORARY WORKS

STEEL WORK CONNECTIONS

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AIR PRESSURE TESTING

SOUND TESTING

BUILDING CONTROL APPLICATIONS

AIR TIGHTNESS TESTING

SOUND INSULATION TESTING

PART F VENTILATION TESTING

RENEWABLE ENERGY ADVICE & INSTALL

ENERGY STATEMENTS

THERMOGRAPHIC SURVEYS & TESTING

CODE FOR SUSTAINABLE HOMES

PART G WATER CALCS

DOMESTIC EPC’S FOR LANDLORDS & HOMEOWNERS

Fresh air tiles

June 15, 2019

Inspired by the climbing plant, this is a perfect and fantastic way to cover some of the walls with tiles that create a green decoration. This design is due to nature and all the real green walls that are covered with plants adjoining the facade.


It works quite simply, but this ceramic collection has environmental protection in its DNA. Thankfulness to its optimum usability and incomparable technical characteristics (resistance to freezing, scratches, wear and bending, plus resistance to light), the porcelain stone in the Limpha collection is perfect for indoor and outdoor use, whether it's new buildings or renovation projects: from private residential to public buildings, renovation of offices, schools and gym.


This is the ideal way to decorate the obscure and old surfaces that, thanks to Casalgrande Padana's refined linings, renew the personality with improved performance and reduced maintenance costs.




Bios Self Cleaning®: ceramic tiles that reduce pollution


Big tiles from the Limpha collection use Bios Self Cleaning® technology to reduce the causes of pollution present in the air during sunny hours and also work on decomposing the dirt left on the surface of the tiles, allowing the rainwater to operate the tiles and keep them clean. In the presence of sunlight, Bios Self-Cleaning® technology is the result of a partnership between the Casalgrande Padana Research Center and the world's leading toilet maker, Toto, and pioneers in photocatalysis technology with its Hydrotec brand - allows these large panels to reduce air pollutants and degrade the soil dirt, which is rinsed from the surface of the plate by rainwater, thanks to the superhydrophilic ceramic surface.


This technology pulls inspiration from nature and provides cleaner air as well as green walls with no maintenance problems. The area of ​​1,000 square meters covered with Bios Self-Cleaning® plates will clean air as well as forest the size of a football field, eliminating the discharged nitrogen oxides that blow out 70 cars throughout the day.


It's incredible, is not it?


Source Casalgrande Padana

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