National Homebuilding & Renovating Show, NEC Birmingham, 28 - 31 March 2019
We are there with Val-U-Therm® - the most advanced home building system that is ideally suited to Self Build and Custom Build. Scotframe and Val-U-Therm® are on Stand G103; Flight Homes and Val-U-Therm® are on Stand E248. Senior, experienced Directors & Managers from Val-U-Therm®, Scotframe and Flight Homes will all be available during the exhibition. We can assist you to build the home of your dreams.
“It is great to be partnering with Scotframe and Flight Homes at the National Homebuilding & Renovating Show. It is one of the most important exhibitions for the self-build homebuilding sector,” says Val-U-Therm’s Managing Director, Bryan Woodley. “We will be promoting Val-U-Therm® as the way forward for energy-efficient, bespoke home building projects.”
With 30 years’ experience building over 30,000 homes, Scotframe are the largest of all suppliers of Self Build timber frame packages in the UK. Scotframe has a unique one-stop shop Self Build / Custom Build service and over 80% of their custom & self build uses Val-U-Therm.
Established in 1992, Flight Homes is the leading independent company that offers a fully integrated service from their own manufacturing facility including design, manufacture, delivery and erecting of timber frame structures, roof trusses, staircases and bespoke joinery throughout the UK.
Bryan will also contribute to the Show’s Masterclass on Thursday 28th March at 4.30pm by giving a presentation entitled “PassivHaus Homes: Understanding the Construction Options for Building an Ultra-Low Energy Home” - to download the slides, click here.
Smart, secure, sustainable – whatever you want your project to be, masterclasses can help. They’re short sessions jam-packed with detailed advice on specific talking points. Each session is free and lasts approximately 20 minutes - no need to book, just make sure you arrive early so that you get a seat!
To get your free ticket to this year’s National Homebuilding & Renovating Show - click the graphic below: