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UK’s Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards (MEES) current regulations require that a minimum standard of band E applies. This implies that energy-efficient buildings will become a legal requirement.

Energy efficiency simply means using less energy to perform the same task - that is eliminating energy waste.




















This brings a variety of benefits: reducing greenhouse gas emissions, reducing demand for energy imports, lowering costs on a household and economy-wide level.

The goal is to reduce the amount of energy required to provide products and services which also minimises the effects of air pollution.

“Energy efficiency is so important in the world’s journey to net-zero, to keep global warming at 1.5 degrees Celsius, that it’s nicknamed “the first fuel” by the International Energy Agency (IEA).”

So said the IEA’s Executive Director Fatih Birol in a session on Navigating the Energy Transition at Davos Agenda.

In November 2021, the IEA’s latest Energy Efficiency report showed 2020 had been the worst in a decade, although efficiency improved in 2021, there’s still a way to go to meet climate change targets.



Pre-Insulated Ductwork: Key To Energy Efficiency

In the light of all the above let us draw your attention to ductwork. Air ducts are one of the most important systems in our homes and offices and as such deserve far more serious attention to detail in the installation as well as the maintenance processes.

It remains crucial that all factors concerning this very important part of the buildings we spend our time in are considered.

Our vitality, wellbeing and livelihoods depend so very much on the air we breathe that ductwork must be highlighted as a vital component to our good health.


Ducts that leak heated air into unheated spaces can add hundreds a year to heating and cooling bills.

Choosing pre-insulated ducts will not only improve your indoor air quality but save you money and effort in the long run.

More reasons to take a new look at ductwork and the impact on the air quality one breathes to the impact on the environment.


Never before in the memory of anyone alive today, has voluntary and enforced confinement to indoors been so prominent that it has become a way of life now and in the future.

The adaptability of the human race has come to the forefront as never before.




Exploring A New Era In Energy Efficiency And Environmental Impact

As we move into a new era of the post-pandemic phase, as is our global hope; so too our focus on the environment and our immediate surroundings have increased exponentially to the point of quality above quantity as we quantify this new world we are now presented with.


Green technology coupled with legitimate research now gives us our power back as we become more acutely aware of our environment and the footprint we leave for the next generations.

These breakthroughs have brought new dynamic ideas and developments on how to implement clean, bacteria-free air in indoor spaces.


It all begins and ends with ductwork. Not your regular traditional ductwork which is responsible for high maintenance and poor air quality; But rather pre-insulated ductwork developed and produced according to the highest standards to ensure optimal efficiency with minimal energy consumption.

Therefore, now is the time to take advantage of this breakthrough technology based on good scientific research and upgrade to environmentally friendly, sustainable, pre-insulated ductwork produced according to the highest specs and standards.


Choosing to upgrade insufficient ductwork with new and improved, effective ductwork will greatly improve the quality of life for you, your family and colleagues. 


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Pre-insulated ductwork such as Spiralite, professionally and expertly installed will benefit the environment and your atmosphere in a way that will last for years.

It could be one of the best investments one could make at this time.

Do take the time to look into your current ductwork and the benefits of pre-insulated ductwork for your current and future needs. 


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