Chauncey's partner with a select group of companies who share our pholosophical and ethical approach to doing business. To find out more about each click on their logos below:
is a pioneering building company, including a sustainable joinery workshop , a building services firm and an eco-product showroom and shop.
Based in our home town of Bristol, they bring a fresh approach: sustainable building techniques and an ethical stance with absolutely no compromise on quality and craftsmanship.
Temwa's objective is to help build a sustainable future for the people of Malawi through community-based projects in health education, sustainable agriculture & forestry, schools support and skills training.
Chauncey's are currently supporting Temwa's Trees for Life Appeal.
The links below offer a small selection of websites which offer information about environmental issues, companies who offer complementary products, and companies who trade in an environmentally sympathetic way. The environmental group of sites as a whole are not selected with any particular political standpoint in mind, but rather to offer information so you can make your own mind about the environmental issues affecting our planet.
The list is always under review. If you have any comments about the list or suggestions as to other sites which should be added please email us using the link at the bottom of the page
During 2011 Ecocetera worked with Chaunceys installing two solar PV arrays on the rooves of two of our warehouses. This is part of our environmental management policy to strive to minimise our CO2 production as part of our normal business activities. Ecocetera worked swiftly and efficiently to produce these systems for us which are working very nicely..
Chauncey's are signed up with Ecotricity as the greenest electricity supplier available in our area. Ecotricity is an electricity company with a difference - they're dedicated to changing the way electricity is made. They take the money that their customers spend on electricity and invest it in clean forms of power like wind energy. What's more, they're the only green electricity company actually building these new renewable energy sources. In 2007 alone they invested £25 million in wind energy.
is a generic wood campaign, which started in 2000. It is now the largest timber promotional campaign ever undertaken in the UK. To find out more about wood for good click on one of the headings to the left.
Providers of a range of underfloor heating systems and a good source of advice for designers planning to install underfloor heating
When we built our new eco-friendly offices we installed Nu-Heat under-floor heating throughout with Chauncey's Tectonic Oak over the top, which works very well. Our plumber was impressed. We found their sales team to be helpful and knowledgable.
Interior and Exterior Lighting Showroom Bristol.
Ablectrics is an energy saving specialist, offering expert advice on all aspects of energy saving interior and exterior lighting. From complete fittings to changing your existing lamps. We travel to all the major lighting shows to ensure the products we stock are the best. Our new LED lighting energy saving lamps are sourced direct from the factory. They are the cheapest on the market and come with the best guarantee. We also stock Megaman energy saving lamps. We have supported them since they started and find the quality and innovation of their product to be the best. You can view their product range by visiting the energy saving lamps section.
Bristol Wood Recycling Project aims to rescue, re-use and recycle some of the tonnes of wood going to landfill locally. They create volunteer, training and employment opportunities for Bristol's social economy through doing this; as well as providing affordable timber to the local community. BWRP is a self funded not-for-profit social enterprise.
Sustrans is the UK's leading sustainable transport charity, working on practical projects so people can choose to travel in ways that benefit their health and the environment including the award-winning National Cycle Network.