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Due to the constant progression & growth of the company we have decided to separate our office/showroom from our manufacturing plant in Acton.
This has enabled us to not only extend our factory floor space but also create our new shop in Sudbury town centre.
Come & see us at 15 Gaol Lane, Sudbury, Suffolk. CO10 1JL (see map below)
Shop Location Map < CLICK HERE
There appears to be a new trend developing with more & more customers opting for the new range of conservatory roofs. Their makeup makes them a better option for several reasons:
- Much quieter during inclement weather
- Improved thermal efficiency saving on heating costs
- Dramatically reduced heat while in direct sunlight
- Condensation is all but eradicated
Contact us for a free quotation
The CE mark is a common place sight on today’s consumer electronics as well as a host of other products we all use every day. The Construction Products Regulation now brings mandatory CE marking to glazing products as from 1st July 2013.
THE MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS FOR COMPLIANCE
The Construction Products Regulation covers all types of construction products. The requirements for information to be shown in a CE Mark are taken from the harmonized product standard BS EN 14351-1:2006 +A1:2010. Most of the information that can be displayed is optional. The required declared data is limited to:
- Thermal performance (expressed as a U-Value)
- Dangerous substances (available from system company and will generally be none)
- Load bearing capacity of safety devices (available from the restriction/safety device manufacturer)
Over recent years with our level of growth we have now incorporated a glass assembly line into our factory.
We can supply and/or install:
- Glass cut to size
- Sealed unit manufacture
- Thermally efficient glass
- Thermally efficient super spacer bar
- Argon gas filling
We can offer all of the above with a same day service subject to stock levels & order quantities. Please call for details
In our vast experience we have become extremely aware of some quite ridiculous ploys made by salesmen who often spend several hours to try & pressure sell their products. They generally begin with an obscene price, which in all honesty is an initial con, to then reduce it to sometimes as much as a third of their original quotation.
How is this not attempted theft?
We do not understand how this practice is legal and furthermore how some commission paid sales individuals believe it to be acceptable to attempt to quite literally con innocent people of their hard earned cash.