The decent homes standard set out that 95% of social housing should be decent by 2010. Over the last decade, the entire sector has been scrambling to replace kitchens and bathrooms to reflect this requirement and have done a fantastic job during this period.
The products and sanitary ware that have been replaced as part of the programme, have come to the end or are shortly reaching the end of their life cycle. To look at what improvements can be made to both increase efficiency and create savings, CHIC has organised a seminar around this important work stream.
Tywford Bathrooms – The seminar is hosted at their impressive offices in Warwick, they will kick off the day with a tour of their latest, innovative products catered towards the current and future requirements of the social housing sector, alongside a tour of their showroom for a more hands on approach. This will be followed later in the day with a demonstration in their impressive training facilities of their map-press fittings to reduce hot works on site and their Hydraulic Tower to show good and bad plumbing practices.
Envirovent – The importance of remaining compliant and preventing neglect of indoor air quality is crucial. This informative presentation will demonstrate key things to look out for in your assets such as mould spores and radon gas to remain safe, and best practice on how to avoid detrimental issues. Their innovative ventilation products may be the solution to costly and dangerous elements.
Magnet – the expectation of registered providers has changed dramatically over the past 10 years. Magnet Kitchens are going to show you how to ensure your assets exceed the decent homes standard and help achieve great customer satisfaction.
From DLO Managers to Sales Representatives, this is the event for you!
Geberit House, Edgehill Drive, Warwick, CV34 6NH
To book your place or for more information, please contact Curtis Coulson at firstname.lastname@example.org