The Yorkshire based organisation agreed to support the NSBRC exhibit, which is a life sized model of a renovated house by supplying a made to measure composite door. In addition the company also supplied an interactive touch screen monitor which allows visitors to design their own door styles.
Mark Atkinson Sales and Marketing Director, Hurst Plastics comments “Figures suggest that over 20,000 people annually build their own homes and many more carry out their own renovation projects.”
“The NSBRC centre offers important advice for this market by providing first class visual guidance and general support. We feel that it is important for Hurst Plastics to show our support to this initiative and help heighten public awareness through providing quality products.”
The NSBRC opened in January 2007. It was set up to help educate people interested in self building and renovating, and to ensure that people who are actively building can access the services and material required.
Visitors to the 67,000sq ft centre are able to learn about the different stages and techniques involved in taking on a self build or renovation project. Six life sized cut away exhibits are on show, in addition to the ‘Build Centre House’ which is full of sustainable technologies and a wide range of advice from the team of on site experts.
David Murphy, general manager at the NSBRC said “We are very pleased to have Hurst Plastics as an exhibitor at the centre as we feel it will be of great benefit to the thousands of self builders and home improvers that visit us each year. The composite door sets have been referred to the peak of quality, which reflects the values of NSBRC.”
For further details on the Hurst composite door or to obtain a copy of the new door brochure please contact the marketing hot line on 01482 790790 or visit our website www.hurst-plastics.co.uk