Quality standards bring positive results for TuffX

Date: 22 December 2015

The quality standards of the Ambience range from TuffX has once again inspired consumer investment.  In one specific extension project the Ambi Neutral product option was selected due to the thermal properties it offered as well as the striking aesthetic which heightened the overall finished look.

With consumers continuing to invest to add value and year round living space, the Ambience range of thermally efficient, easy maintenance, solar controlled products are generating increased sales and referral business for the company’s customers.Large orangery style extensions still remain popular and as shown in one particular project, it was to be an integral part of the home that would be used as the kitchen. A number of aspects therefore needed careful consideration by the TuffX customer, including optimum use of light and varying temperature changes that would occur both internally and externally.For this reason the Ambi Neutral product made the ideal choice.

For many customers the broad selection available in the Ambience range greatly improves business opportunities as the end user can make informed decisions about the varying performances of the glass, which have all been developed to overcome restrictions caused by weather extremes.

Andy Hayes, Sales Manager for Ambience comments, “It is rewarding to see that we are providing the right solutions for our customers. This project is testament to the skills and diligence of the entire team, as we have developed a range that is technically advanced and that is clearly inspiring investment.”

He concludes, “The homeowner is delighted with the finished project and this has led to referral business for our customer.”

For more information on the Ambience range please visit the website www.ambiglass.co.uk or call 0845 3 400 200 to discuss project requirements.

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