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The Salvation Army Becomes Energy Efficient!

Recently, our team at Fifields Construction have been working on an exciting project at The Salvation Army in Exeter. The project involves internal and external refurbishment work.


About The Salvation Army


The Salvation Army is a Christian organization that was founded in London in 1865 by William Booth. It operates in over 130 countries and provides a wide range of services to those in need, including food assistance, shelter, disaster relief, addiction recovery programs, and more. The organization is known for its iconic red kettles, which are used during the holiday season to collect donations that help fund their programs throughout the year.



The project features a large scaffold system around each elevation of the building with extensive re-roofing works including the removal of existing roof coverings and associated materials to allow for the installation of new roof coverings and solar photovoltaic panels. Other external works include the clearance of existing rainwater goods and external redecorations.


The next stage of the project was to install solar PV onto the roof of the building. Solar PV will reduce the building's carbon footprint and utility bills, while also creating free energy.





At Fifields Construction Exeter and Taunton, we an impressive track record of completing sustainable projects for various companies. Our work includes remodelling buildings to become more energy-efficient through insulation and the installation of solar PV.


Get in touch with us today to find out more!







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