In November 2011, QVC UK decided to move from Marco Polo House in Battersea to a new home at Chiswick Park, West London. The new building sits over five levels, covering 13,000 square metres and houses, over 500 employees.
Bancroft, the contractors for the project, suggested the use of Jaga trench heating products. In total, 206 Jaga Mini Canal units were fitted throughout the building, along the perimeters of each floor. With its varying depth, size and multiple grille material options, the Mini Canal is a practical and versatile heating solution.
Furthermore, the Mini Canal’s powerful functionality creates a warm barrier of air, eliminating condensation and cold draughts – ideal for the floor to ceiling windows that look out across the park.
To ensure the project flowed smoothly, the Mini Canal units were delivered fully-assembled and ready-to-fit. For further convenience, Jaga arranged a staggered delivery of the units to Chiswick Park. Each section of the building received its own phased delivery, so as not to overwhelm the contractors.
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