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ORANGERIES ARE LATEST OFFERING FROM CLEARVIEW (YORKSHIRE) LTD


Hull-based Clearview (Yorkshire) Ltd (no relation to this publishing group but we do like the name!) have added another string to their bow with the launch of a new Orangeries range.


Orangeries were very popular in country houses in earlier times, but they are once again in demand with home owners who want to add an extension that offers them something special that will be of lasting value to their properties, and add aesthetic appeal.


Modern orangeries from Clearview incorporate all the charm of traditional styling but come with modern technology that provides the light, warmth and space home owners want – with the bonus that they are also well-made, excellently insulated and guaranteed for 10 years.


Clearview’s reputation as a leading K2 fabricator and supplier of quality bespoke conservatory roofs means that they are well-placed to provide the new range of orangeries to the domestic market. In addition, with their strong engineering department they can also produce portal frames to provide large scale, custom-made orangeries for commercial buildings, such as hotels, B&Bs, restaurants or cafes, where style and extra space can be so important.


There is a standard colour choice of two whites: standard or blue-white, or in brown, light oak or rosewood. Their spray painting service also means that the roofs can be supplied in any RAL colour of the client’s choice.


High insulation glass options include Celsius


glass, which can be provided with a U-Value as low as 0.9, or Pilkington Activ ‘Self-Cleaning’ glass.


So far as the conservatory market is concerned, this company’s conservatory roof systems are, they say, “second-to-none” involving planning, design and full technical support – and again, a 10 year guarantee.


Clearview can provide on-site assistance for


surveys to ensure that the design is correctly produced, even on challenging roofs with fabricated box gutters.


All the roofs are pre-fabricated to customer’s exact specifications in the Hull factory, and can be delivered free of charge to site in one piece or in kit form.


For more information, call 01482 609310 or visit www.conservatoryroofkits.co.uk


GOING THE EXTRA MILE FOR CUSTOMER SATISFACTION


“If it’s made in PVCu, we can supply it” – that’s the message from Northwest Rooftech Ltd, a Southport-based company that has more than a decade of experience in the manufacture of the K2 Conservatory Roof System. In fact, they were recently awarded Key Dealer status with K2, which puts them in K2’s top 20 percent – having achieved excellent service levels.


This is not so surprising, since the company prides itself not only on offering a broad product range to the trade window and conservatory retailer - but says it has built its reputation on “going the extra mile” to achieve customer satisfaction – as well as ensuring that all products leaving the factory are made to the highest standards.


“Going the extra mile” to achieve customer satisfaction – as well as ensuring that all products leaving the factory are made to the highest standards.


Northwest Rooftech specialises in providing solutions to complex window and conservatory design. From its purpose-built factory, it produces no less than 35 conservatory roofs per week and has the capacity to turn around a roof in 24 hours if required – stocking 90 percent of components at all times.


To date, the company’s client base exceeds 50 North-West based double glazing firms, which says a great deal about customer satisfaction.


With its own in-house aluminium welder, it can produce a wide range of complex box gutter solutions with the added bonus of being able to weld a customer’s box gutters on site if required.


Measuring comes free of charge and they will produce base and cill plans if required.


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From its purpose-built factory, it produces no less than 35 conservatory roofs per week and has the capacity to turn around a roof in 24 hours if required – stocking 90 percent of components at all times.


Delivery onsite or to the customer’s own factory on a specific date at no additional cost, is all part of the service.


Northwest Rooftech supplies PVCu doors and windows to the trade and DIY market, including Rehau PVCu windows and doors, PVCu sash windows, decorative fanlights, composite doors and aluminium frames.


The company can meet all glazing needs – with K2 Celsius, Pilkington Activ Blue and K Glass plus Polycarbonate.


A range of conservatory underfloor heating and cooling products enables customers to offer additional items to enhance any conservatory package.


Their fascias and cladding range incorporates a variety of fascias, soffits and


bargeboards with the range supported by a full complement of accessories and trims. Products are available in standard white, brilliant white or dove white, plus a choice of wood effects. Cladding can be used for interior or exterior applications and fixing materials are available to ensure a perfect finish.


Last but not least, a full in-house spraying facility for both PVCu and aluminium frames and roofs is available – whether for their own manufactured products or others.


For further information, visit www.rooftech.co.uk email info@rooftech. co.uk or call 01704 222 707.


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