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CONSERVATORIES:ROOFS YOU’RE FOILED!


Prefix Systems has now introduced foiled golden oak and rosewood ridge caps and radius end covers as an upgrade, to its range of coloured conservatory roof options.


The company has considerable experienced in colour roofs and was the first Ultraframe fabricator to introduce a range of coloured and wood grain options back in 2008. Since then they have been able to foil wrap additional components in the conservatory roof including ridge bodies, fascia claddings, radius ends, valley and box gutter under claddings, along with the glazing bar and hip top cappings.


The additional foiled components in the conservatory roof come with a 5 year guarantee against discolouration and have proven to be a far superior product to the standard through coloured components, with a life expectancy in excess of 20 years. For installation companies this means there’s an opportunity for up selling and homeowners can also benefit from enhanced guarantees. These additional product enhancements are just part of a range of conservatory upgrades that help set Prefix apart from other conservatory roof fabricators.


Cream, Sage Green, Fir Green, Grey, black, rosewood, golden oak and


the new Irish Oak foil roofs are now available to order from stock at Prefix’s three branches in Lancashire, Northamptonshire and Swansea and there’s also the option to have the colours both inside and out. As an additional design feature, gutter options include a matching RAL colour or the option of a black or black cast effect gutter.


Given that Ultraframe’s Classic roof system has chambered top cappings, there is no need for any aluminium hip top caps either. The result is a more uniform foiled finish with the very minimal of bare coloured PVC showing.


Chris Baron, director at Prefix Systems, comments: “We’ve built a


reputation for coloured fabricated conservatory roofs and are always looking at ways in which to improve our products both visually and from a


ZOOM READY LAUNCHES CONSERVATORY GLASS


Zoom Ready has launched a new range of conservatory glass. Zoom Conservatory Glass Relax 365 is exclusive to Zoom and comes in four ranges: Platinum, Gold, Silver and Bronze. The brand name reflects the high quality of the glass which gives all-year-round comfort and reassurance to the homeowner.


All Zoom Ready roofs can now be sold fully glazed at a competitive


price, offering installers a complete solution and saving them the complication of sourcing glass from an alternative supplier.


Martin Randall, Chairman of Zoom Ready says, “It’s a hassle for installers to source glass once they’ve bought the conservatory roof, and buying it separately is a potential source of error.”


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“Zoom Ready is one of the few conservatory roof companies to offer roofs with glass as standard, which saves time, hassle and error for installers. The range which uses the best glass available is exclusive to Zoom Ready and made to our specifications by a leading sealed unit manufacturer.”


Zoom Conservatory Glass is available in six coloured tints and with the option of self-cleaning glass. Call 0845 305 4138.


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‘These additional product enhancements are just part of a range of conservatory upgrades that help set Prefix apart.’


performance point of view. We’ve got other products and initiatives lined up for 2012 that will make the year for our customers very exciting indeed.”


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