When it comes to tile effect conservatory roofs, one name springs to mind: Vertex. But did you know that Vertex is a complete conservatory roof system that also includes a wide choice of glass and polycarbonate options too? Heidi Sachs, Modplan’s Managing Director, comments: “Our Vertex conservatory roof system has been in our portfolio for many years and sales have remained buoyant year on year: the range offers installers a great package of benefits and gives them everything they need from a conservatory roof in a choice of three material options.”
The entire Vertex roofing system offers exceptional quality and ease of fitting. All options have a unique one piece peripheral main beam that incorporates an integral gutter, giving the roof much greater inherent strength. There is a ring beam available with or without dentil moulding. And the design is fully flexible, with options available for Victorian, Edwardian, P shaped designs along with the Open Canopy and Canopy Conservatory too.
The Vertex conservatory roofing system is just one part of Modplan’s conservatory roof offering. As well as Vertex, the company also offers the Ultraframe UltraSky skylight, LivinRoom and the Wendland roofing system. All four systems are manufactured in Modplan’s impressive Newport manufacturing headquarters, which means they come with the Modplan commitment to quality and customer service.
So if you thought Vertex was just about tile effect roofs, think again. It offers a complete conservatory roof system in a choice of glass, polycarbonate or tiled effect options and is a valuable addition to any portfolio.
Modplan manufactures and provides a comprehensive range of products that includes Matrix 58, VEKA Matrix 70 and 70 FS, VEKA Vertical Sliders, a dedicated painting facility, PVC-u and aluminium patio and bifold doors, conservatories, the new Open Canopy, the Vertex conservatory roof system and three roof systems for glass and polycarbonate conservatory roofs. For more information on any of Modplan’s products and support, simply Ask the Man from Modplan.