New ‘conservatory bible’

prefixPrefix Systems has extended its latest trade brochure, dubbed ‘the conservatory bible’, to 28 pages, in order to cover a number of new products that, according to Prefix, ‘help to re-define the extended living sector’.

,As the market for extended living becomes broader, Prefix has developed a single brochure for the trade that covers conservatories, glass, ancillaries, GardenRoom, the newly launched and contemporary UrbanRoom and some of Ultraframe’s latest offerings, including Loggia posts.

,The brochure also details the 11 foiled finishes on offer and the latest Residence 9 window and door system, as well as Prefix’s range of aluminium windows and doors from Smart Systems.

,The company’s in-house development of the Multibeam, Retro-Fix and Bi-Span products are also covered, along with details of Prefix Structures, the company’s specialist large span division which manufactures and supplies portal frames for both domestic and commercial applications. The Retro-Fix post has been specifically developed for the replacement conservatory sector, in which the company operates the RefurbishMyConservatory brand.

,Chris Baron and Chris Cooke, co-directors at Prefix, commented: “We’ve built an enviable product range in recent years and this is reflected in our new and comprehensive trade brochure. The conservatory market is changing and we’re helping our customers exploit the opportunities in the wider extended living market now.”

,For a free copy of the new trade or GardenRoom brochure, contact the Prefix sales office on 01254 871800, e-mail enquiries@prefixsystems.co.uk or follow @prefixsystems on Twitter.