Superdads urged to be house-aware during Climate Week

Published:  21 March, 2011

LONDON: To coincide with Climate Week (21-27 March 2011), Superglass Insulation is encouraging homeowners to take advantage of its special Superdad money-saving loft insulation offer before it runs out at the end of April.

The first offer is £5 a roll (10.64m2/roll 100mm thick or 6.15m2/roll 170mm thick) which will runs until the end of April. The next 1000 customers who download and redeem the voucher from 21 March, will also receive a freebie DIY kit with that features safety goggles, mask and gloves worth £10.

Homeonwers visit www.superdadonline.co.uk and downloadi the voucher from the website. There is an easy-to-navigate search engine and builders’ merchants map to find the nearest stockist. Consumers can then visit the merchants or call to place their order with the special offer.

A nationwide network of builders’ merchants exclusively sells Superdad loft insulation. The offergives every householder the opportunity to insulate their loft for around £60 rather than £300. With the right loft insulation, consumers can make savings of up to £100 off their annual heating bills.

The Superdad campaign focuses on educating consumers of the benefits of installing loft insulation: it saves them money, reduces the energy they use and their carbon footprint, and makes their home more comfortable.

Climate Week is an international event that aims to combat climate change and encourage people throughout the UK do their bit to protect the planet and create a secure future. 

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