Built to the 2016 Scottish Building Standards Gold Performance Requirements and working to the 2014 Waste (Scotland) Regulations, this modular house will showcase the principles of resource efficiency, with the aim of bringing a sustainable, affordable and repeatable family housing model to the construction market. The Resource Efficient House is an innovative project designed to put into practice low carbon construction methods to produce a building which is efficient to construct, use and deconstruct.
McErlean Plastering is committed to improving our skill set and looking towards the future of both plastering and render technologies but also to the entire construction industry as a whole. As the consumer market considerably strives towards achieving zero carbon footprint and the impact of the resource-hungry construction techniques are superseded we believe in using our skill set to advance the cause of sustainable construction.
Mixing modern materials and application skills with traditional organic products can be just one of the ways we can reduce our impact on the environment through construction. It is this approach and our diverse experience which allowed us to successfully join the Sustainable Housing project. At McErlean Plastering we believe that working towards this kind of project across the UK and Ireland allows us to be at the forefront of techniques and technology to bring the best to our customers and add value to their projects.