Limetec Group Exhibits Eco-Efficient Building Products at National Self Build & Renovation Centre

Sustainable building systems company Limetec Group has become a permanent exhibitor at the National Self Build & Renovation Centre in Swindon, providing an opportunity for visitors to learn about its eco-efficient building products and solutions.

Limetec Group's stand at the National Self Build & Renovation Centre

Limetec Group's stand at the unique, free-entry NSBRC exhibition facility provides visitors with information on its Hembuild hemp-lime bio-composite building system, and Limetec traditional lime renders and mortars. Limetec Group specialises in helping customers create buildings which are eco-efficient: conserving energy use - and saving on heating and cooling bills - through thermal management, by employing natural, organic materials which reduce waste and are recyclable.

Ian MacCarthy, HemBuild sales and technical executive, said: "Our presence at the NSBRC allows us to provide visitors with information about our HemBuild and Hemline systems for new-build and renovation projects, and our Limetec traditional, natural lime renders, mortars and plasters, suitable for all building projects."

Harvey Fremlin, General Manager of the NSBRC, said: "We are delighted to welcome Limetec as the latest key exhibitor at The National Self Build & Renovation Centre. Their new display looks fantastic and will no doubt create a lot of interest from our visitors with life-size cross sections of sustainable building systems, dressed with hemp plants and lit with the latest LED lighting. The key messages of breathable building materials, good thermal values and reducing energy consumption fit exactly with the requirements of today's self-builders who are looking to achieve bespoke, modern and efficient homes."

The National Self Build & Renovation Centre opened in January 2007 and has since welcomed over 200,000 visitors through its doors. The permanent Visitor Centre is unique, with no other venue like it in the UK, designed specifically to help self-builders, renovators and people adding space and value to their existing homes, make the right choices during each step of their project. Visitors can get free and impartial advice from the NSBRC's in-house experts, walk through their life size exhibits showing the latest building systems and technologies, and browse the 'Trade Village', featuring thousands of products from over 200 exhibitors. The Centre runs self-build courses throughout the year, providing in-depth information and knowledge to help self-builders.

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