FrameXpress Keeps Scorching Temperatures Under Control

FrameXpress Keeps Scorching Temperatures Under Control
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For the conservatory division at frameXpress, this time of year is proving extremely busy, with the diverse roof glasses and technical styles available providing customers with a breadth of choice that is impressing end users.

With orders continuing to increase, the high performance u-values and excellent solar control available continue to further stimulate both domestic and commercial sectors for the company.This was reflected most recently in a large commercial installation located in Essex where pvc-u casement windows and French doors were stipulated for a large extension at Elsenham Golf and Leisure Club.A large thermally efficient glazed roof was specified to guarantee everyday use, easy maintenance and to maximize light.

The high performance conservatory options from Framexpress have impressed the club owners who along with the customer, evaluated the technical merits of the company’s range and opted for an Activ Blu glass option as it provided excellent thermal control and solar reflection.

Senior management at frameXpress consider that the many performance developments that have occurred in the conservatory and orangery industry over the last few years provide customers with a leading edge.

Ian Davis, Sales Manager comments, “With designs and product developments becoming more advanced, consumers and end users have become increasingly aware of product performance through industry standards. Without doubt design and performance have improved radically in the conservatory sector and as such we can now offer installers far more business opportunities than ever before.”

Solar control and self cleaning conservatory roof glass has been noticed across the industry along with its style and an increasing number of tinted roof glass colours.

Senior management have noticed that new coloured foils and wood finish conservatories are giving greater choice, so the demand for high quality, solar control, self-cleaning conservatory roof glass is escalating and as such it is now one of the most popular options on commercial projects,.

As conservatory designs diversify with a great choice of foil and colour coated options now available, as a company, management consider it is important that installers understand the depth of colour and glass performance choices they have at their disposal that will ultimately strengthen their business potential.

Management believe that orders for commercial projects have increased considerably because of a number of key factors which include thermal efficiency, simple installation, heat reflection and simple maintenance in the form of self cleaning and solar control glasses.

Ian continues, “When it comes to conservatory installations in general, there is huge scope as installers can become incredibly creative if they so wish.  Literally, there are no limits to the performance glasses that can be installed.”

We pride ourselves on being a company with an established reputation for excellence across both domestic and commercial markets, with a broad portfolio of windows, doors and conservatory options available in upvc and aluminium.

For more information contact the sales team on 01952 581100 or alternatively download a copy of the latest trade brochure by logging in to our website.

600450 FrameXpress Keeps Scorching Temperatures Under Control
Date: 25 July 2016

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