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Soleira Sun to Debut First Indoor Sunspace at National Home Show in Toronto

Soleira Sun Corp. announced that it will showcase its first indoor sunspace for the residential sector at the National Home Show in the Eurodale Dream Home. The premier at the show marks the company’s official launch of the sunspaces for the residential market. The world’s first sunlight simulators would be showcased in Canada’s first lounge for indoor sun and rooftop sunspace. After more than 50 successful sunspace installations in Europe, the company is now launching the technology in Canada.

Soleira said the Eurodale Dream Home represents the visionary principles that currently drive the solar industry. CityLine designed the Eurodale Dream Home, while Toronto Star presented it. The National Home show will be held at the Direct Energy Centre, Toronto between February 19 and 28, 2010. The show will feature more than 700 experts of Canada from decoration, renovation and landscaping fields.

The sunspace from Soleira is not a tanning technology and it is ahead of full spectrum lighting. The sunspaces provide the same light and warmth as of the real sun. The sunlight simulators have been eco-engineered to offer sunlight in indoor space effectively and to promote wellness and relaxation at the same time.

Eric Pflanzer, Soleira Sun Corp.’s President and CEO, commented that the company is thrilled about the partnership with the Eurodale Dream Home. The sunspace from the company would satisfy the growing need of warm and sunshine all through the year in Canada, he added. This launch will revolutionize the urban living, hospitality and retirement industries, Pflanzer said.

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