Conservatory Land to Sell ‘Off the Shelf’ Conservatories

MANSFIELD, UNITED KINGDOM, Jul 01 (MARKET WIRE) —
Self build conservatory manufacturer ConservatoryLand, has announced
plans to launch a modular range of conservatories to sell ‘off the shelf’.

Their new range of PVCu conservatories will include all the most popular
conservatory styles and sizes, a choice of colours and several different
frame and roof glazing options.

The company intend to mass produce the new models which will be identical
in quality to their bespoke conservatory range and using exactly the same
materials with the only difference being that they are offered in various
set sizes.

Director of the company, David Bingham says “We will manufacture the
conservatory frames and roofs for storage but supply the glazing in
accordance with our customer’s requirements at the time of ordering. This
way our customers will have the choice of several different glazing types
including self-cleaning and solar control options, just as they do now
with our made to measure range”.

The company says that the pre-manufacture of all the most commonly
ordered conservatory sizes and designs will enable them to supply orders
in around half the usual time, typically within one week and help keep
prices down, counteracting the 2.5% VAT increase that is scheduled for
the 4th January 2011.

David Bingham continues “Our new modular range is designed to reduce
our manufacture costs that we will pass on to our customers with an
average saving of around 10% on a typical made to measure conservatory
and at a later date, we have further plans to introduce our new
Conservabase steel conservatory base system to the most popular models
which will be determined by demand”.

ConservatoryLand say that they will initially start with the manufacture
of white PVCu conservatories only, as these form around 80% of all their
conservatory sales but will offer them in both dwarf wall and full height
models right from the beginning. Every conservatory in their range will
include opening windows on at least two of the three side elevations to
provide adequate ventilation and one pair of French (double) doors as
standard.

The company plans to launch their new modular range in January 2011 when
the conservatory market is at it’s strongest and sale volumes are at
their highest.

For more information about the new ConservatoryLand modular conservatory
range, contact:

David Bingham

ConservatoryLand
Old Mill Park
Mansfield Woodhouse
Nottinghamshire
NG19 9BG

Contacts:
ConservatoryLand
David Bingham
01623 488 887
0870 123 1670 (FAX)

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