Ambi-Fusion Solid Glass is a Winner!

Ambi-Fusion Solid Glass is a Winner!
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Date: 4 May 2016

One of TuffX Processed Glass installation companies has supplied and installed their first Ambi Fusion Solid Glass Roof to replace an existing polycarbonate conservatory roof.

The installer loved the innovation of the Ambi Fusion Solid product which allows great flexibility in the design choice compared to other tiled roof systems on the market.The idea of this product being able to be glazed into any standard roof system which is quick and easy to install is the appeal without the extra tradesmen, and costs passed onto the homeowner.

Ambi Fusion glass comes as standard with Self-Cleaning properties, excellent Thermal insulation of 1.1 u value, a solar heat reflection of 78% and light transmission of 7% which is perfect for those bright sunny days.

The homeowner was looking to replace their polycarbonate roof and had looked into alternative solid roof systems on the market but chose Ambi Fusion because of the benefits offered. They found the idea of being able to place the Fusion white and glass combinations into the problematic areas was the appeal to allow light to flood the room. What appealed to the homeowner was the quick installation and cost to suit their budget.

TuffX MD Graham Price comments “It’s great to see our customers embracing our new products allowing them to be different from other competitors in the market.”

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