Pelmets just got quicker!

Pelmets just got quicker!
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Synseal Group has launched the quickest and easiest to install variable pelmet on the market.

Available for their K2, Global and Celsius Solid Roof systems, this refreshingly simple-to-use product gives their roof installers the edge in getting quality installations completed quickly.

The new variable pelmet system covers pitches from 12.5° to 35° and depths ranging from 300 to an impressive 1100mm, giving customers the flexibility to create the right look for every space.

The pelmet has been designed from the ground up to adapt to every roof configuration, and easily accommodates varying roof pitches and valleys seen in P and T-shaped conservatories. This highly adaptable product comes fully prepped, ready for screwing in place – enabling installations to be done in record time with minimal fuss.

Phil Parry, Head of Research and Development at Synseal Group, said: “Our new variable pelmet gives our conservatory and orangery roof customers more flexibility to design rooms exactly to their customers’ specifications. Previously customers were limited by only being able to work with equal pitches, so we have designed a variable pelmet which is better suited for Victorian and P-shaped conservatories where pitching may vary.

We are confident that roof customers are going to appreciate the introduction of a variable pelmet which is quicker and easier to fit than market competitors and also comes at a more affordable price. There’s no reason not to give it a try!

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