Just INCAse You Missed the Bonfield Review Report

The Insulated Render and Cladding Association (INCA) has welcomed the publication of the Each Home Counts report by Peter Bonfield which follows the launch of their new campaign, ‘Just INCAse’ demonstrating the quality of INCA membership.

Published at the end of 2016, the much awaited report makes recommendations on Consumer Advice, Protection, Standards and Enforcement for Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy. The report sets out 27 recommendations with the most significant one being the setting up of a new standards framework with a Quality Mark that covers all energy efficiency and renewable energy measures, comprising a Consumer Charter, a Code of Conduct and a Code of Practice.

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Just INCAse the Bonfield Review Report isn’t Published in This Year

In anticipation of the publication of the Every Home Counts report by Peter Bonfield, the Insulated Render and Cladding Association (INCA) has launched a new campaign, ‘Just INCAse’ to demonstrate the quality of its membership.

Launched at the INCA Awards 2016 in October, the new Just INCAse campaign makes it clear that anyone looking to specify or have external wall insulation (EWI) installed should ‘choose quality workmanship every time’ and ‘look for the logo you can trust’.  INCA members must meet recognised standards of competence and INCA membership is the mark of quality on any job.  The campaign is targeted at all buyers of EWI including homeowners, main contractors, architects, specifiers and social landlords.

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Exceptional Winners Revealed at the INCA Awards 2016

The Insulated Render and Cladding Association (INCA) Awards 2016 were presented by rugby union star Martin Bayfield at a black-tie gala dinner on Thursday 20 October in front of over 250 industry guests.

The INCA Awards have become the highlight of the industry calendar, celebrating successes in external wall insulation (EWI) and showcasing innovation and design of the highest standard. Project of the Year was awarded to Sto and Astley Facades for their work on the Islands Project at Chester Zoo which stood out for its complexity and interesting use of EWI, proving just what the industry can achieve.

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