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CONSERVATORIES:ROOFS


K2 ANNOUNCES NEW FABRICATOR


TRADE SALES GO THROUGH THE ROOF


The last 12 months has been a record period for trade conservatory roof sales at Four Seasons Conservatories UK Ltd. Now manufacturing over 50 roofs per week the final quarter of 2011 saw sales turnover up 20% year on year.


Commenting on the reasons for bucking the trend in this


K2 Conservatories are very pleased to announce that Ramsdale Home Improvements has become their latest roof fabricator. Based in Middlesbrough, they are ideally situated for all K2 roof installers in the region who require a local supplier.


Ramsdale Home Improvements work from a 17,000 square area factory. They are a well regarded company with vast experience in fabricating frames and roofs.


Barrie Ramsdale comments:


“Moving over to K2 Conservatories from the Zoom System was the obvious choice for us as we are now working with a systems manufacturer who can provide us with an extensive range of products enabling us to stand out from the crowd. We are confident


that K2 will provide us with the support we require to grow our business and we are now in a position to offer a specialised K2 fabrication service to the trade in our local area.”


Sharon Owen, K2’s Sales Director comments, “We are delighted to have Ramsdale on board. We prefer to work with a small yet carefully selected group of fabricators to try and cover all key areas, without flooding the market place.”


K2 Conservatories: T » 01254 683 000 www.k2conservatories.co.uk


Ramsdale:


T » 01642 227026 www.ramsdalehome.co.uk


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ARCHITECTURAL A Clearview Special Feature for April!


In the April issue of Clearview, we will be including a special feature on ARCHITECTURAL, covering all aspects of this important sector including both


commercial and other markets, with contributions from experts in the field.


current economic climate, Four Seasons’ general manager Gareth Matusevics said: “During the last year we have continued to grow the business. In addition to glazed conservatory roofs we also offer the Guardian solid roof which has the look of tiles. This is proving very popular as it is suitable for both new build and retro-fit projects. During the last 12 months the business has also been diversifying. We have made a substantial investment in new machinery for the fabrication of aluminium windows, doors and bi-folding doors. This means we can be a total supplier to our customers.


“Retaining our levels of quality and service throughout this


growth period was essential. Our sales and order processing team had an extensive training programme. This also enabled us to streamline our internal processes, improve efficiency and reduce the cost of sales. All these advancements have direct benefits to our customers.”


Four Seasons’ pro-active approach to sales has helped increase


its customer base and reduce its commercial exposure - a business model which could benefit many companies in the industry.


T » 01909 735 833 – www.fourseasons-roofs.co.uk


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If you would like to take part in this feature, or would like further information, please email Sheilah Reed: sheilah@clearview-uk.com


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