Green Building Materials and Systems Broughton-in-Furness

EcoBatt fibreglass insulation utilizes Ecose technology, which converts natural organic materials into an inert polymer, binding the insulation fibres; the technology, which is also up to 70% less energy intensive than traditional binders, allows for the same performance but greater sustainability.

Chris Hull Construction Ltd
01229 716821
Orchard Barn
Broughton in Furness
 
Chris Hull Construction Ltd
01229 716821
2 New Street
Broughton in Furness
 
Ausobsky D
01229 774257
High Brow Farm
Millom
 
Aggregate Industries
01229 774222
Ghyll Scaur Quarry
Millom
 
South Lakeland Bricklayers LTD
01229 889921
Dunnerdale,Sandside
Cumbria
 
Watson Bros
01229 716565
Tree Tops
Millom
 
Cl & Lj Garnett
01229 716119
1 Fellview Barn
Broughton in Furness
 
David Webb Building
01229 775431
The Hollow
Millom
 
Eric Ashcroft
01229 716540
The Ghyll
Broughton in Furness
 
Hodge Close Green Slate Quarry
01539 437129
Birlington Slate
Barrow in Furness
 

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    EcoBatt Fiberglass Insulation From Knauf

    EcoBatt fiberglass insulation utilizes Ecose technology, which converts natural organic materials into an inert polymer, binding the insulation fibers; the technology, which is also up to 70% less energy intensive than traditional binders, allows for the same performance but greater sustainability.

     
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    Spray-Foam Insulation From Icynene

    The company’s LD-R-50 spray-foam insulation has earned the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s BioPreferred status for use of rapidly renewable materials. The insulation is made using castor oil, a natural product that is extracted from the castor plant. The product is water-blown and free of HCFCs.

     
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    EarthCrete Concrete by Sonoma Cast Stone

    EarthCrete concrete mixes are composed of formulas that use local, natural, raw pozzolans, industrial waste ceramics, and fly ash for up to 30% portland cement replacement, the company says, reducing the material’s carbon footprint. The product can be used for sinks, countertops, tiles, and other.

     
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    Zero-VOC Enjarre Spray-On, Single-Coat Plaster by American Clay

    Ideal for commercial or multifamily applications, zero-VOC Enjarre spray-on, single-coat plaster provides a hard, durable, reimulsifiable, fade-resistant finish that is mold-resistant, nontoxic, and creates no on-site waste, says the maker. The natural finish comes pre-tinted in a choice of eight.

     

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