Britannia Living products featured at Ideal Home Show

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Britannia Living’s kitchen appliances were showcased within three energy-efficient ‘Prince’s Houses’, designed by HRH Prince Charles’ charity, at the Ideal Home Show 2014. 

Designed in collaboration with The Prince’s Foundation for Building Community, the three eco-houses – which are reportedly 70% more energy efficient than current building regulations require – have been fitted with range cookers and cooker hoods from Britannia. 

Marketing manager Michael Haigh commented: “It’s great to be involved in such an exciting project which demonstrates that choosing energy-efficient products needn’t be too expensive or restrictive when it comes to planning a home. We have selected our most economical and eco-friendly efficient products for these houses.”

The three eco-homes featured Britannia’s A-Rated Wyre Dual Fuel 90cm range cooker (pictured), Intimo canopy hood with an intelligent Advanced Sensor Control (ASC) system which automatically detects smoke, steam and vapours, and Britannia’s wall mounted Brioso cooker hood which has a reported capacity to replace up to 800 cubic metres of air per hour while operating at low noise levels.

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