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Latest Issue : May 2018

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The May issue of HMM includes our regular ‘product round-up’, which showcase the latest exciting and innovative products available.

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Our features in this issue include:

  • Air Quality & Ventilation – Improving indoor air quality for long-term gain
    John Moss from EnviroVent discusses condensation and mould growth, and what social housing providers can do about it. See page 31…

  • Balconies & Walkways – Taking glass to new heights
    While the aesthetic appeal of glass balustrades and Juliette balconies is obvious, thought needs to be given to the careful and safe installation of such systems. Simon Boocock of CRL Europe takes a look at some of the solutions available. See page 33…

  • Floors, Walls & Ceilings – Floor preparation: worth every penny
    Dave Bigham of National Flooring Equipment discusses the process of floor preparation in residential spaces. See page 41…

  • Lighting & Electrical Safety – Circle of light
    David Neale of Sylvania looks at how changing trends have influenced lighting in residential applications. See page 43…

  • Smoke & Fire Protection – Door closers create safer homes
    The tragic events of last year have, understandably, brought the fire safety spotlight on to the social housing sector, particularly high-rise flats and apartments. Social landlords are reassessing their approach to fire safety and re-evaluating the fire safety measures in properties they own and manage. See page 45…

  • Smoke & Fire Protection – Save lives, limit damage, protect property
    Paul Hague of HSP Fire Protection provides answers to some of the most frequently asked questions about passive fire protection, and its place among the social and private rented sectors. See page 49…

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