Friday, October 29, 2010
The Big Green Home Show
The key to building a greener home. All you need to know about sustainable building and eco-living, under one roof.
29th-31st October 2010
National Self Build & Renovation Centre, Swindon
Show open 9:30am - 5pm
|The Big Green Home Show is the UK’s only show dedicated to people who want to make their homes more eco-friendly and sustainable. From heat pumps to sheepswool insulation, we’ve got it all. With a raft of specialists in Expert Alley, four seminar theatres, the NEW Eco Incentives Event, a host of special features and over 200 exhibitors, there really is something for everyone.|
|Who Should Attend?
If you’re interested in making your home ‘greener’ then this is the place to come. Whether you own a modern home, a property ripe for refurbishment or want to build your own, there’s almost always a way to make it more eco-friendly! Get advice on making your own electricity, insulating your home, upgrading your boiler, installing underfloor heating, improving your windows and doors and much, much more!
Builders & tradesmen can find out about the latest products, keep up to date with new technologies and meet MAS, the Manufacturing Advisory Service; who will help you identify ‘eco’ opportunities for your business. Find out more...
|Ask The Experts
Expert Alley will be be bulging at the seams this year! We’ll have advisors on everything from the Code for Sustainable Homes through to Eco Technologies: what there is, how much it costs and how long it takes for it to pay for itself. Don’t miss out – get your tickets today.
You’ll find four different theatres with seminars on Greener Living, Design & Fabric, Big Green Issues and Case Studies. With a different timetable in each theatre each day, the only problem is deciding between them! Don’t miss feature seminars from TV’s ‘Queen of Green’ Penney Poyzer, eco expert Tim Pullen and a case study on Grand Designs project ‘Crossway’.
Incorporated into the Show this year is the Eco Incentives Event, with its own seminar theatre specialising in the hot topic of the day – how the government’s Feed-In Tariffs can help you make money from energy.