While the conservatory market may have fallen from the lofty heights of 10 years ago, the opportunities for the Garden Room are considerable both for new installations and for the replacement market, which it is estimated at around 3million conservatories. A number of customers of Prefix are already generating leads by the week for Garden Rooms, as they look to satisfy the demand of consumers for new ways of extending their living space.
The new canopy feature has been launched and this latest development provides an area to sit in the shade during the day and a place to relax under light in the evening. People are now beginning to understand the premise that the Garden Room roof will help re-define the conservatory sector.
The Garden Room roof, conceived back in 2006 has rejuvenated the fortunes of many installers and now thanks to the expertise of Tim Harris, Prefix’s structural engineer, they are now able to advise customers on structural issues when it comes to conservatory and Garden Room roofs. With the recent changes in planning that came into effect on 30th May 2013, more homeowners can now build their Garden Room under the guise of permitted development, thanks to the larger house extensions regime.
Chris Cooke and Chris Baron, co-directors of Prefix commented: ‘The design brief for our Garden Room roof was that it was thoroughly engineered and tested with the involvement and input of a number of our customers. Now, the launch of the canopy option which is part of our on-going development process clearly shows that we are taking a lead in re-defining the conservatory sector.’
For further information and a free copy of their new Garden Room brochure contact the sales office on 01254 871800, e-mail email@example.com or add to their considerable following on Twitter @prefixsystems. You can also download their new iPhone and iPad app from the App Store.
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