Ecofirst Enables Window Installers To Benefit From Booming Renewable Energy Market

Date: 23 May 2008
Source: Ecofirst Limited
Window installers looking to benefit from the boom in renewable energy systems by installing energy-efficient technology will find that Ecofirst Limited, a company established in 2006 by sustainable housing pioneers, ZeroC (formerly Cornhill Estates), has all the answers they need.

Serving the housing, commercial and public sector markets, Ecofirst offers an unrivalled range of products, systems and services. The company’s eco-friendly solutions include solar water heating systems, photovoltaics, wood-pellet boilers, rainwater harvesting, wind turbines, heat pumps and specialist insulation.

Ecofirst has the in-depth industry knowledge and experience to advise what type of system will be precisely right for a particular project; it will supply all the individual components and will provide all the training necessary to ensure that these are installed correctly.

This unique ‘partnering’ service can enable window installers to benefit from what has become one of the UK’s fastest growing markets.

Ecofirst sources only quality systems and components from market-leading suppliers and because it holds large stocks of these at bases in Yeovil, Somerset and Brighouse, Yorkshire, it can guarantee the shortest possible delivery times all over the country.

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Date: 23 May 2008
Source: Ecofirst Limited

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