Melbourne Underfloor & Wall Insulation Company Charity Ride Funds Announced

Maurice & Lyn Beinat, co-owners of Melbourne home energy and thermal efficiency retrofit company ecoMaster have completed a 500-kilometre cycling ride through Southern Thailand as part of an awareness fundraiser. Participating for the second time, the team raised over $10,000 to benefit destitute Thai children.

Tullamarine, Australia - July 23, 2018 /NewsNetwork/ —

Melbourne based home retrofit company ecoMaster announced that owners Maurice & Lyn Beinat have completed a 500 km bike ride for charity. The co-founders successfully raised $10,000 in 2018 in addition to the $13,700 raised the previous year

More information about ecoMaster and the fundraiser is available at

For the second consecutive year, ecoMaster co-founders Maurice & Lyn Beinat alongside 45 members of the Business Blueprint Group cycled across Southern Thailand. Proceeds from the ride are expected to benefit local charity Hands Across The Water, a nonprofit working with abandoned and at-risk children in Thailand to provide safety and holistic education.

The ecoMaster team visited Klong Toey slum in Bangkok as part of the ride that raises awareness and funding to improve the lives of destitute and impoverished orphans.

According to a spokesperson for ecoMaster, “Seeing the world through the eyes of abandoned and destitute children helps us appreciate how much we have and how it can be used to show love and care to those in need. As a company, we are proud to be associated with Hands Across The Water and continue to accept donations and sponsorship that supports their life-changing work.”

ecoMaster provides industry-leading home energy efficiency assessments that result in recommendations for a specific home or living area. The company focuses on the meticulously planned use of underfloor insulation, secondary glazing for windows, draught proofing, as well as ceiling insulation and wall insulation. The Melbourne energy efficiency insulation specialist offers ecoHome Plus, ecoHome Premium, and ecoHome Air – three cost-effective assessments to help homeowners identify and remedy energy and heat losses.

The company uses its own patented ecoGlaze® product that costs 33 per cent less than commercially available double glazing. Other environmentally responsible practices include the use of 45 per cent recycled insulation and guaranteed product quality for decades.

Headquartered in the Melbourne suburb of Tullamarine, Victoria, ecoMaster is an award-winning industry leader in the field of domestic energy efficiency assessments and insulation. The company was a 2017 Finalist at the Hume Business awards and at the 2015 CitySwitch National Awards. The company has won the 2016 Innovation Enterprise award, and Business of the Year as well as the 2015 Hume Sustainability Award. Founded in 2004, the company is headed by CEO Lyn Beinat and has a strong commitment towards meaningful community engagement in Australia and overseas. More information is available at the URL above.

Contact Info:
Name: Lyn Beinat
Organization: Eco Master
Address: 5-6 Commercial Court, Tullamarine, Victoria 3043, Australia
Phone: +61-1300-326-627

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Source: NewsNetwork

Release ID: 381759

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