Orangeries From frameXpress Adding Value, Space And Style

Orangeries From frameXpress Adding Value, Space And Style
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Insulation and noise reduction are important for investors with frameXpress customers increasingly discussing solar glare, noise reduction and year round use when making specifications.

One of the most recent conservatory installations for frameXpress once again incorporated the highest performance products from the company’s range.

The project in Essex, worth approximately £30,000 is one of the latest state-of-the-art installations to be commissioned, in a growing consumer trend that combines performance and aesthetics.

The project includes thermally efficient roof glass along with a number of high performance products from the range including bifold doors and modern integral blinds which ensures the completed project will provide the best in terms of energy efficiency, product innovation and style.

Ian Davis, Sales Manager at frameXpress believes that consumers have quickly grasped the benefits they can gain through combined performance and aesthetics, which improve lifestyles and ultimately add value.

Ian comments, “There are many high performance orangery options around for consumers looking to increase the value of their properties.

The innovations in performance roof glass that have been achieved over the last few years have stimulated growth with homeowners, particularly when combined with the advances in design and security that are now accessible to the end user, as this project demonstrates.

“The look of the finished installation here is not only striking but is providing substantial financial benefits to the homeowners. They have gained year round use and reduced energy bills which are real advantages that they can pass on when the time comes to eventually sell their home.”

First generation buyers have become so disillusioned with the dull, lacklustre conservatories that offer no real place to relax in due to the limitations caused by noise intrusion and lack of temperature control.

Many have used the space purely as a storage room unable to enjoy the additional space they believed they had purchased.

Ian considers that there is great potential in the second generation conservatory investor as they are learning that more innovative design options are available which allow them to use the space as they wish.

Insulation and noise reduction are important for investors with frameXpress customers increasingly discussing solar glare, noise reduction and year round use when making specifications.

Ian Davis comments, “The look of a finished project now is entirely different to 10 years ago and many customers are winning business on referral from homeowners due to this aspect. Using thermally efficient glass roofing systems alongside the Optima system or our aluminium system, places frameXpress in a very strong position, as we can help customers tempt the end user to re-invest.”

Ian concludes, “This particular market sector is becoming much more buoyant as dynamic design, thermal efficiency and daily use are attractive to second generation buyers who have previously been disappointed and are now hoping to add true value to their properties.”

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Date: 19 September 2016
Source: www.framexpress.co.uk

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