Thermafleece wins Build Magazine 2019 Award | Thermafleece

Thermafleece wins Build Magazine 2019 Award

30th April 2019

Thermafleece wins Build Magazine 2019 Award

Once again Thermafleece has been recognised in BUILD’s 2019 Design & Build Awards winning the title ‘Most Innovative in Home Insulation Solutions’.

Megan Cashmore, Build's Features Executive said: "We are delighted to announce that Thermafleece has been recognised in Build's 2019 Design and Build Awards.
The Awards are our way of endorsing and recommending the most promising and best performing firms across all sectors of the architecture, construction building and interior design, and each recipient is hand-picked through a strictly merit-based process of research and analysis. This approach ensures that the accolade is given to those who truly deserve it, with a level playing field for all, from independent tradespeople to multinational corporations."

Of the award Managing Directory Mark Lynn  said: “Innovation is at the heart of our business so it’s great to be recognised in this category.  The many roles building insulation plays is gaining greater recognition so it’s vital products like Thermafleece are available that offer greater all round performance”.

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