20 Years of Experience in Humidity Elimination
Philip Pace & Sons Ltd. is a dynamic and flexible company, always giving their share in market evolution.
Being highly aware of their clients’ needs they have invested in research, service and education. Due to the local architectural
sector being quite conservative, Philip Pace & Sons Ltd. have chosen a 2,000 year old concept that has been adapted to modern
times using innovative materials. We design and realise healthy solutions for the elimination of humidity and rising damp.
Our system provides ventilation to eliminate heat from roofs, thus reducing the internal temperature by considerable degrees.
With the IGLU` system we started quite impressive cases of humidity elimination in industrial and domestic floors.
Our company is investing where it is long term, as we are sponsoring architecture students to conduct research on the IGLU`
system and its unlimited advantages. We are promoting a logical, naturally ventilated system that costs comparatively very
little and with absolutely no running costs.
Our aim is customer satisfaction and our guarantee is real, proven and well known to our large number of clients. Comfort and energy saving in the building industry go hand in hand and they complement each other. The IGLU` system can be used to create a healthy ambient both in antique and modern buildings. In basements the IGLU` system is giving unmatched results of humidity elimination.
Philip Pace & Sons Ltd. has always used the educational and research aspects in their methods of promoting their products. During the scholastic year 2004-2005 Philip Pace & Sons Ltd. have sponsored Mr. David Paul Grima B.E & A. (Hons) with the supplying of IGLU` modules to be used for a comparative study between concrete slabs having different IGLU` module heights and fibre reinforced and fabric reinforced slabs.
Lecture given to students of the Dept. of Architecture at the University Of Malta by Ing. Roberto Il Grande, November 2005.
Insulation testing at the Department of Architecture of the University of Malta in 2006
Philip Pace & Sons Ltd. look forward to similar experiences where other interesting aspects of the different use of the IGLU` modules, both in roof and ground slabs, offer fertile fields of research. This year 2005-2006 Mr. Benny Cortis and Mr. Clyde Abela have chosen the IGLU` Project for their dissertation.
We can now offer interested students support by means of materials and also actual already built projects. The more we use the IGLU` modules in different applications, the greater the satisfaction due to their exceptional performance and zero running costs.