Prefix Systems, the UK’s largest independent conservatory specialist, has recently expanded its foiled options to 10 with the recent introduction of Anteak, which is one of the most popular options for the Residence 9 system.
Within the PVCu extrusion sector, colour is primarily driven by the popular foil finishes from the leading Systems Companies and also the more niche ones, such as Eclectic Systems, the company behind Residence 9. As the pioneer in coloured conservatory roofs, Prefix offers a complete range of foils that perfectly match the finishes from the leading window and door companies.
These 10 foiled options are now carried in stock with matching ancillaries and components, along with three shades of white. The components are all colour matched thanks to the in house painting facility at Prefix, which also offers a complete bespoke conservatory roofing colouring facility. The company also boats an impressive and unique cast iron effect gutter for traditional architectural detailing.
Through their three regional depots, Prefix have seen an impressive increase in the number of foiled and coloured conservatory roofs over the last 18 months, with the average sales value of a conservatory roof on the increase. Stocks of all the colours which amount to 13 in total have also increased, to ensure that fully fabricated roofs can be delivered direct to customers nationwide, with their own delivery fleet.
The conservatory market is clearly changing with the introduction of new colours, Garden Room Roof and Livin Room (now branded as Loggia). Prefix is also experiencing the growth in the replacement conservatory market, with specialist structural products such as Retro-fix and Multibeam pivotal to adding additional structural stability.
Chris Baron and Chris Cooke, directors of Prefix Systems commented: “We’re now in double figures in terms of foils we offer and have plans to further extend the range. Combined with our Garden Room Roof and Loggia, we believe we have the best conservatory and related product range in the industry.”