The UK Healthy Homes Bill: Balconies and Euro Quality Coatings (EQC)

Euro Quality Coatings has seen unprecedented demand for its Chrome free and Qualicoat accredited power coating systems for balconies and balustrades. This is likely attributed not solely to the great service EQC offers, but also to the changing landscape in the market, driven by the United Kingdom’s Healthy Homes Bill.

The Healthy Homes Bill

About to be introduced by the UK government, the Healthy Homes Bill is aimed at improving the standards of housing and promoting healthier living environments for people of the United Kingdom. One of the key areas the bill focuses on is balconies. These can serve as an extension of the internal living space and offer an area for residents to enjoy fresh air within their own personal environment.

The Healthy Homes Bill requires landlords to ensure that their balconies are safe and free from any hazards that could cause injury to residents. One of the key measures to maintain the safety of balconies is the use of high-quality coatings.

EQC’s Solution

EQC offer an ideal solution for balcony maintenance; as their Chrome free pre-treatment system and Qualicoat Accreditation, supported by 3rd party approvals allowing long term warranties to be provided, demonstrates they offer an unrivalled quality, one that delivers durability and long-lasting protection against wear and tear, corrosion and weathering. These coatings are available in a variety of colours and finishes, making them suitable for a range of different balconies and building styles.

Euro quality coatings are already improving the appearance of balconies and working closely with contractors, to ensure a quick and efficient service. Making balconies a more attractive and inviting space for the residents to enjoy.

The UK Healthy Homes Bill is a significant step forward in promoting healthy and safe housing for everyone in the UK. Balconies are an important aspect of many homes and the use of EQC’s coatings can help maintain their safety, appearance and value.

To find out more contact Steve Rosher