The Wood Window Alliance has distributed the main part of its enormous patterns report ‘Windows on the World‘, the foundation of its PR battle.
A new report on wood windows looks at windows in our home and a developing concern with PVCu.
Titled ‘The ascent of Natural Wellness‘, the report depends on a customer review of 1,000 respondents, with a remark from Oliver Heath, a draftsman having some expertise in biophilic structure. Mr. Heath is a specialist in the field of economical engineering and insides. He is a continuous supporter for a number productions including The Guardian and The Sunday Times and has likewise introduced TV programs for various stations including the BBC, ITV, Channel 4 and Discovery Channel.
The report looks at the key concerns of home-owners.
It and identifies some very clear trends, desires and dreams likely to shape the future of our homes and our planet.
It seems that the desire to stem the tide of plastic in our lives (and in our oceans) has spread beyond the bag, with one in four homeowners actively planning to decrease the amount of plastics in their home this year, while 46% state they are conscious of the impact of synthetic materials on the natural environment and one in three conscious of the impact of synthetic materials in general on their wellbeing. When it comes to the most desirable, timber is cited by 67% of homeowners as the material they would like to have more of in their homes.
It shows how beautiful, healthy and environmentally-friendly wood windows can satisfy consumers who understand that ‘cheap and disposable’ has consequences; who want to play their part in ensuring future generations get a chance to enjoy the beauty of our world before we destroy it; who want to reconnect with nature and explore the potential to bring more natural products into their homes, and so improve their well-being, happiness, and health.
Source: British Woodworking Federation