SupaLite, the specialist manufacturers of replacement tiled roof systems have announced they will be bringing their roofing expertise to The FIT Show 2019.
Building on a successful appearance last year, the FIT Show regulars return to Birmingham’s NEC next year to showcase the complete SupaLite range. Alongside a variety of lightweight conservatory roof systems, the SupaLite stand will also feature their brand-new flat-roof orangery system along with their new Sky Vista roof. The team at SupaLite have even hinted at some surprises on the stand when doors open in 2019.
“After another great FIT Show appearance last year and very successful 12 months for the business, we are delighted to be heading back to the FIT Show for 2019,” comments James Casby, Sales Manager at SupaLite.
“The FIT Show provides us with a fantastic platform to really show off the complete SupaLite range and demonstrate why our lightweight roof systems are transforming the retrofit market. It’s also great for potential customers to see the level of support we offer to our trade partners, so they can really capitalise on this growing market and the high consumer demand. We look forward to meeting with old and new faces next year and showcasing everything SupaLite can offer to ambitious, like-minded businesses.”
Designed for both retrofit and new-build markets, SupaLite tiled roofs are designed to deliver the thermal performance which eliminates the drastic changes in temperature seen in traditional conservatories. Lightweight and easy to install, SupaLite roof systems are accredited by JHAI for Building Regulations approval and are fully customisable with a range of ExtraLight tile options, configurations and add-ons including rooflights.
The FIT Show event takes place next year between May 21-23 at the NEC in Birmingham. It will feature exhibitors from across the glass and glazing industry along with free seminars and networking events. For the first time, the event will also include ‘Visit Glass’, a dedicated exhibition and forum for the glass sector.