Architects and specifiers can get the inside track on external wall insulation systems, with the launch of a new RIBA approved CPD programme from Dryvit.
Trusted since 1969, Dryvit’s high performance, external wall insulation systems have set the pace in the industry, blending exceptional aesthetics with outstanding performance.
Comprising of an insulation core and outer weather-proof layers, the systems are designed to help buildings stay warm in winter and cool in summer.
Suitable for both new build and refurbishment projects, their installation improves the interior comfort of a building and reduces heat loss by up to 40 per cent, delivering significant sustainability and cost savings.
Dryvit is one of CPG’s family of brands, which cater for the complete building envelope under a single-source solution.
As part of CPG Europe, the UK team will be welcoming visitors to their stand number E42 at Futurebuild to explain more about the brand, as well as illbruck, Flowcrete, Nudura, Nullifire and TREMCO.
Phill Mattatia, Dryvit’s National Sales Manager, said: “Dryvit’s performance and credentials are well documented, with installations successfully completed across the UK and internationally.
“Our new, RIBA approved seminar now enables architects and specifiers to understand more about the systems and to understand how they can support their projects.
“We look forward to welcoming visitors to the CPG Europe stand at Futurebuild, where they can find out more about Dryvit and the other brands in the CPG portfolio.”
The new CPD is just one of the latest initiatives from Dryvit developed to support specifiers.
This includes a new website, www.dryvit.co.uk which includes detail technical information, tools, resources, and other key data to help inform users of the key environmental factors behind the brand’s high performance, insulated external wall insulation, and render systems.
Other resources include early-stage technical assistance, NBS specifications, the undertaking of U value and condensation risk calculations, bespoke project detailing support, onsite and offsite technical support, and the provision of samples for planning approval. New BBA certificates have also been achieved.