Prefix Systems have just published a new 28-page Extended Living consumer brochure, which is designed to communicate all the benefits of different additional living space options and other outdoor living solutions in a single guide, that’s also a perfect point of reference for the trade.
New entering their 23rd year in business, Prefix Systems have built up a strong product portfolio over the years both in terms of roofing solutions and also in vertical glazing, helping to be a single source and influential brand for some of the latest extended living space designs. Importantly, the brochure starts with what has ignited consumer interest in terms of a re-roof, replacement of all glazing or a complete new build project.
Conservatories, Orangeries and flat rooflights pages cover the glazed roofing section which also includes glass performance details. There are also product details for the LivinRoom pelmet, super insulated corner posts and a Cornice or gutter shroud. The contemporary URBANroom is detailed, along with the features of solid roofs and extensions, including WARMroof Hybrid and Livinroof.
A number of mini case studies are also carried in the brochure with before and after images and a double page on other products to consider including windows, doors and the outdoor Verandah. This new consumer brochure is perfect for businesses who wish to use this as their main brochure with the option to overprint with customer details on it. The overall branding of the new brochure also sits in perfectly with all of the other marketing support materials, which are outlined in their dedicated 20-page marketing brochure.
Hannah Gilrane, marketing co-ordinator for Prefix Systems commented: ‘We’re constantly working on new types of literature that help our customers stand out from the competition and to help them inspire consumers. This new Extended Living brochure is an important part of our marketing portfolio, highlighting all of the investments that homeowners can make in additional living space and outdoor living solutions.’