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THE expands to meet growing demand for energy efficiency and carbon reduction

22 September 2010

Continued growth and new key appointments have enabled Total Home Environment to gaurantee their high level of customer service, product and market place knowledge well into the future.

Total Home Environment (THE) has realised a 28% increase in sales over the last 12 months and is well on target for £5 million sales by 2012 due to sustainability and economic drivers in the market such as the Code for Sustainable Homes calling for energy efficiency and carbon reductions.

Mark Gooding has joined the board of Total Home Environment as Business Development Director. RICS qualified Mark brings with him much experience in project management on complicated, single and multi-site projects in a variety of sectors which will be invaluable for the business.

Sales Development Manager, Paul Barnard and Sales Administrator, Melissa Lampitt have joined the company taking responsibility for developing new business partnerships with customers, whilst CAD Design Engineer Daniel Plank will design system layouts on projects for the heat recovery and central vacuum systems.

Clarissa Youden, Associate Director attributes a growing awareness in a sustainable approach to the companys' success, as she explained;

“People are becoming more demanding in terms of not only saving the environment but also saving money in the long term. Building regulations and the level that has to be reached for the Code of Sustainable Homes are also becoming stringent, forcing people and companies to look for alternative methods of sustainable heating and ventilation to the traditional central heating and trickle vents.”

The new appointments show the commitment of Total Home Environment to customer service and technical expertise. The company works on a variety of bespoke projects in which its products contribute to simple, energy-efficient solutions.

Established twelve years ago and based in Moreton-on-Marsh, Oxfordshire, Total Home Environment has been involved in a number of significant projects including a recently secured contract with a social housing project in Exeter to install 21 GES Energy heat recovery ventilation systems in the first flats in the UK to be built to PassivHaus standard.

The company also exhibits its products in the services and educational zones at Buildstores' National Self Build and Renovation Centre in Swindon, in which it has been invited to become a Tradecard Partner.

Total Home Environment offers comprehensive guarantees on the central vacuum, heat recovery ventilation and air source heat pumps, an extensive installation service and best-value policy resulting in the company playing a major role in the new homes sector across the UK, helping to surpass all building regulation requirements.

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