London Leaders

The Mayor of London's Sustainable Development Commission selected LoftZone as one of its companies to support in 2014.

Oxford University Business School

Oxford University's Business School, in conjunction with market research company Frost and Sullivan, held a competition in 2012 for the invention that most helped the environment. StoreFloor won first prize.

Ideal Home Show Winner

The Ideal Home Show awarded StoreFloor as its best invention of the year 2013. You can watch a 1-minute video of LoftZone being given the award live at the show by Suzi Perry (presenter of the Gadget Show) and entrepreneur Emma Brown

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DIY Doctor

DIY Doctor reviewed StoreFloor when LoftZone was on Grand Designs Live.

You can read the full review plus watch a 15 minute installation video here:

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The Guiness Partnership

The Guinness Partnership is one of the UK's largest affordable housing providers. Chris Wait, Head of Programme and Planning for Guinness South, said:

"We find that there's a lack of knowledge out there about the importance of protecting attic insulation, as it doesn't perform as well if it's squashed. The LoftZone platforms provide that protection and they also provide safe access routes to components that need repairing; such as water tanks. We intend to continue using the systems when replacing roof coverings."

Green Deal Pioneer Places

Green Deal Pioneer Places fitted LoftZone’s StoorFloor into a pilot scheme in Brighton and you can see how it went in, and a householder's review in this video.

LoftZone is mentioned at minutes 5:54, 7:32 and again at 10:34

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Citizens' Advice Bureau

LoftZone won first prize from the Citizens' Advice Bureau in 2013, for best new idea in their Big Energy Savings Week competition.

The Carbon Trust

LoftZone is grateful to Carbon Trust for supporting us when we first started. They backed LoftZone because of the huge carbon saving potential that comes from using our product.

Yorkshire Energy Services

Yorkshire Energy Services is an award winning energy efficiency company with a strong social purpose and was managing a project to clear and insulate lofts and provide a safe storage platform, to help vulnerable householders. This proved much more popular than providing attic insulation alone. Sarah Thomas, Project Manager at YES Projects said "We wanted to add the storage platform solution to the attic clear and installation project, so that the householder’s possessions could be put back in the attic without compressing the new insulation. Compressing the insulation means that it does not work to its full potential."

Building and Construction Review UK

The trade journal, Building and Construction Review UK, gave LoftZone first prize in its Product Innovation Award 2014

The Innovation Institute

LoftZone was awarded "Most Innovative Business 2013" by The Innovation Institute. The award was sponsored by BASF and was presented by TV personalities Maggie Philbin (Tomorrow's World) and Gareth Mitchell (BBC Click).