First Aqua-green Self-cleaningroof Glass Installation In UK Delights TuffX Customer

Date: 31 July 2009
Source: Fenestration News.
Unique and high calibre standards were the required criteria for Pengethley Conservatories in respect of a new conservatory roof installation in Herefordshire.

The superior qualities of TuffX Conservatory Glass products were specified for the new project worth in excess of £15,000.
Pengetheley Conservatories has a long established history in the conservatory market for quality installations. Gary Brittain, Partner, states that this is based upon the philosophy of using only the most prestigious products as the company sells itself on quality and not price. The unique combination of high performance benefits incorporated into the Aqua-Green Tint conservatory roof glass have resulted in the company choosing to use the product in its conservatory installations.
The unprecedented 78% solar heat reflection and an incredible 1.0 u-value of the Aqua-Green Tint combined with the bioself-cleaning properties were the major factors in the company choosing to switch conservatory roof glass providers.
Nicky Brittain, Director comments, “The Aqua-Green product provides nearly 20% more solar reflection than any other conservatory roof glass currently available on the market. That is phenomenal and we believe it not only outperforms other conservatory roof glass options but aesthetically it gives conservatories a truly upmarket feel.”
She continues, “The heat resistancy is better than anything else we have ever seen which means that our customers will be able to use their conservatories as glass extensions to their home and use them all year round. The Aqua-Green tint is so beautifully unique and it adds a touch of class to the whole project.”
This has inspired an extremely positive outlook at Pengetheley Conservatories with consumer expenditure increasing at the company, clearly demonstrating that this innovative glass product combines technical superiority with aesthetics that are unmatched in the industry.
Nicky Brittain concludes, “The market was crying out for something new that would invigorate the homeowner and we believe this product from TuffX is the answer. The superior standards that are characteristic of TuffX Conservatory Glass branded products are clearly reflected in this new installation. We are delighted with the results and a further 3 large projects are now already in the pipeline.”
Graham Price, Managing Director, TuffX Conservatory Glass comments, “It is evident that the products we provide are at the forefront of this industry in terms of both design and reliability as they offer radical performance levels along with stunning aesthetics. This is a truly beautiful installation and we are delighted that our products were recognised for their value.”

600450 First Aqua-green Self-cleaningroof Glass Installation In UK Delights TuffX Customer
Date: 31 July 2009
Source: Fenestration News.

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