New Colours For uPVC Windows From Conservatory Outlet

After the successful launch of whitegrain uPVC windows in the summer of 2008, Conservatory Outlet have now launched 5 new colours.

With the UK double glazing market reaching saturation point window companies are being forced to develop new product developments to entice new customer.

Managing Director, Matthew Glover explains, "The challenge for uPVC window companies in a difficult market to encourage people to change the uPVC windows they had fitted in the 1980s and 1990s. PVCu windows are a long lasting maintenance free solution for replacement windows, but consumers are ulikely to be happy replacing new upvc windows that are no more advanced than the windows they intially replaced 10 or 15 years ago. So, Conservatory Outlet has developed our A rated energy efficient windows which provide big savings on heating bills compared to standard double glazed windows. And we believe these new colour options will give people more choice, and is a real alternative to timber windows".

Conservatory Outlet will be offering uPVC windows, uPVC doors and conservatories in Green, Grey, Cream, Black and Rustic Cherry on the external face - all on white profile. There supplier, Synseal, is offering conservatory roofs to match, so it is a full suite.

These new products are available in standard lead time, and provide a better solution than the alternative of spraying uPVC frames.

They will also be continuing to offer the whitegrain product with the grain on both the inside and outside of the frame, and with the option of a conservatory roof to match.

All of these new colours are available as A Rated environmentally friendly windows with high security locking.

"We're extremely busy here", explains Matthew Glover, "with Conservatory Outlet having published sales up 18% on the first quarter of 2009, compared to the same period last year, and the order book looking very healthy."

Conservatory Outlet supply upvc windows, doors and conservatories in Yorkshire, Lancashire, Cheshire, Shropshire, Cumbria and Wales.

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