In response from customer demand, Prefix Systems have just published a new 20-page conservatory brochure, as the company looks to go back to their roots in promoting their range of glazed roof products to the trade.

There is still considerable demand for conservatories and glazed extension explains Chris Baron from Prefix Systems. He said, ‘in many ways we are going back to our foundations as a business 20 years ago to promote our range of conservatory roofs. No other independent business in the UK has manufactured more roofs than us and we currently enjoy a notable market share, serving the entire UK through four branches.’

The new brochure fits in well with the carefully branded range of marketing materials that’s been developed by Hannah Gilrane, marketing co-ordinator for the business, along with feedback from customers. The contents show the different shapes, along with a number of modern-day enhancements including a cornice, contemporary gutter shroud and insulated pelmet.

Colours are also highlighted in the brochure along with the bespoke colour matching service, thanks to the in-house painting facility at Prefix. There are also several before and after projects highlighted and a spread with a number of FAQ’s for the consumer.

Chris concluded: ‘While much of the talk in the industry is about solid roofs, there still remains a strong market for conservatories and glazed roofs and for good reason. With the latest generation of roof glass, they make for a more permanent addition to any home, or are indeed perfect for replacement projects. This new brochure best presents our product range, along with a number of enhancements and design features that can be added to any project. It also reflects the way in which we respond to customer demand for new marketing materials, we’re a business that listens.’

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