"I thought I should send you a picture of the panels we use in our garden buildings. Sweden wants to be the world's first oil-free economy within the next 15 years and that means the oil-based expanded foam type insulation found in SIPS and many other garden buildings just isn't an option. Instead, we use a thick 120mm or 145mm layer of glass wool insulation, composed of anything up to 80% recycled material. This type of insulation is also an ideal way of soundproofing a city garden office as well as keeping it warm."Mark will also have a stand at the EcoBuild Show, Earls Court, 3-5 March 2009 and suggests this could be a good time to meet up with other shedworkers and suppliers. As he points out: "Even if readers already have a shed, there are loads of credit-crunching ideas for powering, lighting and insulating their home office. It could be a good place to meet other shedworkers and do some networking plus the chance of a strong coffee and Swedish biscuits on our stand." You can apply for an invitation directly from Garden2office's site.
Tuesday, December 02, 2008
Mark Ramuz from Garden2office writes in response to the piece on greener SIPS last week on Shedworking:
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