For more than a decade, Thermafleece has been the UK’s leading brand of natural and sustainable insulation. Thermafleece launched in 2000 and was the UK’s first British sheep’s wool insulation, since then our range has grown to embrace a variety of recycled and natural fibres including British Hemp and Supaloft made from recycled plastic bottles.
Behind our success is a commitment to sustainable building and an uncompromising approach to performance, quality and service. We pride ourselves in offering the highest quality products, industry leading technical support, first class customer service and an honest and informative approach to sustainability.
Eden Renewable Innovations Ltd is a privately owned company based in the heart of the UK’s Lake District. This helps us see first-hand what nature has to offer and to appreciate how important it is to make the best use of our home-grown resources.
Our company is an integral part of the local community and our entire team is dedicated to ensuring our business is run along ethical and sustainable lines paying close attention to our commercial, environmental and social responsibilities in equal measure.
If you have a building or renovation project of your own and would like to find out more about our comprehensive range of thermal and acoustic insulation. You will be able to see Thermafleece and talk to the experts at the following shows in 2016.:
If you are unable to visit the shows but would like further information on our range of sustainable insulation products then please Email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone us on: 01768 486285
The Ceridwen Centre is a unique holiday, training and retreat centre located on an organic farm in West Wales; a sustainable business rooted in the land and community aiming to reduce the impact on climate change by positive action. When we heard that the centre were using Thermafleece CosyWool obtained from one of our merchants - Celtic Sustainables - in the insulation of their Leyland Titan Double Decker Bus, we just knew that we had to find out more. ... read more