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Our latest installation highlighted once again that SRJ Windows provides more than just quality uPVC windows and doors. Our installation team used our 30 years+ knowledge and experience in the double glazing industry to install a new conservatory, adding value to this Kelty, Fife home, making it a more secure and energy efficient space.
SRJ’s quality installation team were tasked with giving the Mr and Mrs Smith a new house extension they could enjoy year, round; a space where they can enjoy the beauty of their Kelty garden, even in the cold Fife winter. Within this conservatory, we fitted a uPVC back door and glass conservatory roof, giving them a space that will be full of natural light. We know that the Scottish weather can be damaging to property. However, the Smiths won’t have to worry about this problem. Even in the extreme weather, this conservatory will remain warm and comfortable year-round. This customer will find that that they won’t need to use extra central heating to heat this space, instead using less central heading, reducing their energy bills.
Although this customer chose for a mix of the Lean-To and Edwardian Conservatory Style, Edwardian Style conservatory, we install three different conservatory designs in Fife homes. We offer the Classic, Designer and Performance conservatory, coming in shapes such as Gable, Georgian, Lean-To, Victorian, T-Shape and P-Shape. Before installing a conservatory at the Smith’s Kelty home, we made sure to listen to what their needs were to give them the perfect house extension.
Customers can customise their conservatory in a variety of different ways, with our double glazing range of windows and doors able to be incorporated into the design. The Smith’s may have opted for a uPVC back door to connect their conservatory to their home, but we also fit a French door, patio and bifold doors within our conservatories.
The Smith’s opted for a glass conservatory roof, which will give them panoramic views of the Kelty night sky. The glass roof is the first to achieve BBA certification and utilises a design that has been modified to keep up with modern demands. Our roofs are weather tested in winds of up to 130mph, so this Fife homeowner can sleep peacefully knowing their conservatory will withstand the changeable weather.
It was SRJ Window’s excellent service and quality products that saw Mr and Mrs Smith leave the following testimonial:
“The conservatory looks fantastic and we are enjoying it immensely.”
The Smith’s new conservatory was just one of the many successful double glazing projects SRJ has completed. Our installation and customer service team pride themselves on their professionalism and always ready to start a new project.
If you’re thinking of getting a conservatory installed at your home or another double glazing product, then don’t hesitate to get in touch. You can contact us by calling 01383 851 951 or you can fill out our online contact form.
If you already know what uPVC or double glazing products you want, why not start a quote online, where you can get a rough estimate of how much your new double glazing project will cost, with no-obligations.
If you would like to see our product range in person, then visit our showroom at Macintosh House, Innova Campus, Viking Way, Rosyth.
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