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INDUSTRYNEWS


CONSERVATORIES NATIONWIDE SERVICE ON QUALITY


CONSERVATORY & ORANGERY ROOFS


A combination of quality products, reliability and prompt deliveries throughout the country have played an important role in establishing Connaught Conservatory Roofs trade division.


The company fabricates conservatory and orangery roofs and portal frames, using Ultraframe, Eurocell and Quantal systems.


“We believe firmly in working with our trade customers by offering quality products, friendly, expert advice, competitive pricing and rapid turn-round on quotes which we provide by fax,” said Paul Saltis, Sales Director.


“We deliver on time wherever customers are located, to ensure that they


get paid promptly,” Paul added. “We understand the importance of this to any business.”


Connaught will provide CAD drawings and a structural report upon request, verifying the fitness for purpose of the conservatory/orangery in respect of the customer’s specific location.


For more information of Connaught’s range of services, products- and the marketing support that is available to trade customers for their sales teams and show site, please see contacts below:-


Telephone: 01709 710100 Fax: 01709 525262 or visit www.connaughtconservatories.co.uk/trade


NEW CORNICE COVER FROM ULTRAFRAME


Ultraframe, the UK’s leading manufacturer of conservatory roof solutions, has further improved its popular Cornice with the inclusion of die cast aluminum corner covers.


Mark Hanson, marketing manager at Ultraframe, commented: “While our


innovative Cornice has already been very widely adopted by retail companies, particularly those looking to create a conservatory with a unique external look and feel, feedback from fitters showed that in some circumstances, ensuring neat mitred joints was proving problematic.


“In a bid to provide a solution, we have developed and introduced powder coated die cast corner covers for the two most popular situations, namely for square corners on Georgians and 135 degree facets on Victorians.


“In fact, the Ultraframe Cornice now comes as standard with die cast aluminum powder coated corner covers for 90° external corners and 135° facades, ensuring fitters achieve a consistent fit and finish at critical junctions.”


The Ultraframe Cornice, which has been designed for use of the Ultraframe Classic and Classic Plus roofs, can be used on either standard eaves beams, or super duty eaves beams, to mask the existing Classic pvc gutter, providing a decorative fascia which in effect hides the ends of the glazing bars to provide a smooth, clean finish at the eaves interface and give the conservatory an enhanced appearance.


As well as being available on all new Classic roofs, the Cornice can be retrofitted to existing installations if required, giving you further refurbishment opportunities. It is available in a virtually infinite palette of colours and even includes metal flake finishes.


For more information on Ultraframe and its offerings, visit http://trade.ultraframe.co.uk.


90 « Clearview NMS « September/October 2011 « www.clearview-uk.com


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