If you’re a builder, renovator or simply someone interested in making your home greener and more energy efficient, then the Big Green Home Show is going to be right up your street.
A one stop shop for eco and sustainable help and advice for the thousands who visit, the Big Green Home Show 2011 is held annually at the National Self Build & Renovation Centre in Swindon.
Catering for all your eco-friendly needs, the three-day exhibition plays host to a wide range of industry experts who can help you find ways to reduce your energy needs. Offering impartial and comprehensive advice, the Big Green Home Show is dedicated to people keen to reap the benefits of a more eco-friendly and sustainable home.
The best and brightest experts in the renewable energy industry will be in attendance. From the Renewable Heat Incentive and the Feed-in Tariff, to solar PV systems and ground source heat pumps, industry experts will be on hand to deliver a packed schedule of seminars, lectures and presentations to held guide you through the maze of eco options available. There’s even a walking tour – undoubtedly one of the most unique elements of the exhibition – which is designed to give visitors an in-depth understanding of the sustainable building and eco technology options currently available.
“You will find free expert advice and guidance on the essential eco elements along with a wealth of seminars, products, new technology, systems and services, all on hand and designed to help you achieve an energy efficient and more sustainable home,” explains Verdi Taylor, from the National Self Build & Renovation Centre.
“It’s the UK’s brightest eco exhibition, and could help you save pounds as well as the planet.”
Now in its fourth year, the Big Green Home Show exhibition will take place at Swindon’s National Self Build & Renovation Centre from 28 – 30 October, 2011.
For more information, or to obtain free tickets, visit www.biggreenhomeshow.co.uk
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