Polyisocyanurate or Mineral Wool Insulation? SRHPAOV Internal

Polyisocyanurate or Mineral Wool Insulation?

Polyisocyanurate or Mineral Wool Insulation? Ensuring a safe and efficient means of access should be a prioroty for architects. With such a wide variety of roof hatch types it may seem daunting at first to know what you need. Whether it is for just for maintenance or to install equipment into or out of the building. Other common applications for roof hatches include factories, office buildings, shopping centres, and non-residential buildings. All of which may require access to the roof area.

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Roof Smoke Vent

New AOV for Fire Safety

Fire safety is so important and it’s vital to make sure you have the correct smoke ventilation for your property.  Smoke is the primary cause of death in a fire more often than flames with around 50 -80% of deaths. A big cloud of smoke can travel faster through a building than any fire, completely obscuring escape routes as it does so. There is not just damage caused by the poisons in the smoke itself, but by burns to the respiratory system with irritation and swelling compounding the problems.

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Expanding living space

Making the most out of your living space

When you’re living in a big city, you want to use every bit of space you have. In a seething metropolis of souls, everyone is looking to do the best with what they have and expand their scope. There’s a few ways that you can do this, and a lot of people don’t even know how. We’re taking a look at three simple ideas for you to use to expand living space.

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Fire Protection

Fire Safety and Prevention in Residential Buildings

There are various regulations and controls which are put into place to ensure a building and its inhabitants are safe from a variety of risks. One of the utmost importance is fire safety. The primary objective for fire safety is to reduce the potential for death and injury to the occupants and others who may become involved such as the fire and rescue services.

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