Conservatories UK meeting a huge success

May 3rd, 2012

A conservatories UK conference was attended by 22 leading suppliers, who traded ideas and opinions in an effort to increase customer awareness.

Companies from all over Britain, from Aberdeen to the Isle of Wight attended the conservatories UK meeting and it proved a much bigger success than the same time in 2011.

Sales Director Greg Kane said: “After a hugely successful Dealer Conference last year, we had no problem convincing our dealers to attend this year’s event, nor did we have a shortage of high-profile guest speakers, who really add value to the day.

“Since the 2011 Dealer Conference, eight reputable installers have joined the Conservatory Outlet Network but from those who have been fortunate enough to attend both the 2011 and 2012 conferences, many commented that we exceeded expectations once again.”

Conservatories UK are an important investment for many homeowners, who are looking to improve their properties.
With a new conservatory, you’re able to:

  • Add over £9,000 to your home’s value with an installation
  • Provide extra space and light to your home, which can be used all year round
  • Have an excellent access point to the garden which is fantastic not only for the summer, but for winter too

With conservatories UK you can choose to have whatever design you want, with many possibilities to make your home stand out from the crowd. But remember, you want it to be in keeping with the rest of your property.

Some of the popular styles for conservatories UK include Victorian, Edwardian, bespoke and lean-to.

They all have their unique qualities, and depending on if you have a modern or old-styled home, would depend on the conservatory that would suit you.

When it comes to the material used to construct the conservatory, you have a choice here too. In the conservatories UK industry there are three main options – uPVC, aluminium and hardwood.

All three have their own qualities. For example, aluminium is the strongest of the three and hardwood keeps in touch with traditional homes. However, aluminium is by far the most expensive and unpractical for those on a budget.

As you would expect, hardwood has its problems too, especially with maintenance and preventing general wear and tear.

Hardwood can rot or warp over time and needs constant maintenance to keep it in tip-top condition.

On the other hand, uPVC is strong, resilient to the changing weather and is the cheapest of the three products. What’s more it can be styled to look like hardwood but without the associated maintenance required.

If you’re interested in conservatories UK, complete our quick quote form and receive up to four free quotes from vetted, reputable conservatory professionals.