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Future Proof Building takes a sustainable lead

Media release

26 November, 2008

Future Proof Building is pleased to announce that Right House Ltd has joined them to offer New Zealanders complete energy efficient solutions to residential homes and businesses. The new partnership between Future-Proof Building and Right House is a significant step towards consolidating an increasingly crowded market, making it easier for consumers to find complete energy efficient solutions for residential homes and businesses.

With climate change and sustainable living becoming a significant global trend which is influencing buying decisions and lifestyle choices, Future Proof Building and Right House are collectively leading the charge in providing sustainable building options which are both kinder to the environment and consumers wallets.

The newly formed partnership will see Right House and Future Proof building teams combine specialist knowledge to provide builders, specifiers and consumers an integrated energy efficiency solution by combining their resources and running a series of targeted seminars representing a marriage of the energy and building industry.

Jamie Fear, Education Manager, Future Proof Building says that the expertise which Right House brings was a key driver for the union.

“As leaders at driving change within the building industry, we need to partner with like minded people, such as Right House, who understand the challenge of achieving and providing sustainable building options. These changes will not only raise the standard of our homes today, but will also deliver a more sustainable living environment that will endure well into the future,” says Fear.

Right House is New Zealand’s one stop shop in providing energy efficient homes. A Right House consultant analyses home building plans and creates a solution that integrates the house’s aspect, design, systems and products to achieve the greatest comfort and energy-efficiency. Right House also installs the specified products and systems to deliver a start-to-finish service.

“Right House’s service offers practical solutions for creating energy-efficiency and their values complement the Future Proof vision of providing sustainable principles that will add long term value to your home. We view Right House as taking big steps in the right direction within the building industry as it delivers real and attainable solutions for homeowners. We are looking forward to working with Right House in jointly educating and providing easy-to-use energy solutions to the building industry and homeowners,” says Fear.

Hamish Sisson, CEO for Right House, says that working alongside an equally innovative company is a major step forward for the expansion of achieving sustainability within the building sector.

“We are delighted to be working with Future Proof Building to help deliver energy-efficiency solutions to further improve the lifestyles of New Zealanders” says Sisson.

For further information on the seminars please visit www.fpb.co.nz and for more information on Right House please visit www.righthouse.co.nz.


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