Richard Bateman

How to design plumbing and heating systems for the future

Richard Bateman, Product Marketing Manager at RWC, explains how specifiers and contractors can future-proof buildings. Across the plumbing and heating sector, sights are firmly set on the future. Overarching sustainability goals mean systems are required to work harder and smarter than ever before. At the same time, end users require systems to deliver consistently and […]

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Plumbing and heating in new build properties – What installers need to know

With sustainability top of the agenda, Richard Bateman – Product Marketing Manager at RWC – explains the essential role of plumbing and heating in new build properties: To meet the growing demand for housing across the UK, the government has targeted the construction of 300,000 new homes every year. Within a landscape where sustainability is […]

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How to specify plumbing and heating systems in schools and safeguard students

Making learning environments a safe and comfortable place for students and staff is a top priority for schools up and down the country, creating spaces that are conducive to effective teaching and learning. Richard Bateman, Product Marketing Manager at RWC, looks at the key role that plumbing and heating systems play in elevating safety and […]

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The role of plumbing and heating in successful retrofit and renovation 

As the UK progresses on the road to net zero, RWC’s Richard Bateman, Product Marketing Manager for Plumbing and Heating, explores the importance of retrofit and renovation – and why heating and plumbing installers have a leading role to play.  There are more than 30 million homes in the UK and, together, they are responsible […]

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5 ways to make multi-occupancy buildings more sustainable

Richard Bateman, Product Marketing Manager at RWC, looks at five ways installers and specifiers can make multi-occupancy buildings more sustainable. Cities across the UK have been experiencing rapid growth over recent decades and, as their populations have expanded, so too have their buildings. Today, multi-occupancy properties – those that contain two or more units – […]

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