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Netherlands: 50% energy saving at De Boet garden centre

De Boet garden centre in Hoogwoud, The Netherlands has continued work on its premises following the new entrance last year. This summer, the cold glasshouse will have a complete new roof of polycarbon sheets. 



The new roof of polycarbon sheets (2000 m2) will save as much as 50% of energy in comparison with the previous roof of single glazed glass. Energy saving is an important issue in garden centre businesses, according to garden centre builder Thermoflor. Replacement of old roofing is often worth the effort because with new materials the U-value (how much heat is lost through the sheets) can be halved.

The work on De Boet will be finished in September. In the meantime, Thermoflor is on schedule with its new project for a new hall for the bulb wholesaler K├ębol in Rijsenhout and a new showroom for Van Ter Steege pottery in Rijssen, as can be seen in the photos.




Finishing Ter Steege




Buidling Kebol

For more information:
Thermoflor B.V.
Sourethweg 17
6422 PC Heerlen
Nederland
Tel. +31 (45) 541 14 58
Fax +31 (45) 542 18 92
[email protected]
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