Despite being at the forefront of the industry for nearly three decades, the team at Hazlemere Windows understand the importance of ensuring that they consistently update their product range
(PRWEB UK) 19 January 2013
Hazlemere Windows – the Conservatory Outlet Dealer based in High Wycombe – have recently expanded their product range following the introduction of two new contemporary and innovative takes on the traditional home extension; the Loggia conservatory and Glass Extension.
Not only does the Loggia add invaluable space, light and value to the modern home, but it also combines the very best in British design and Italian flair to fashion one of the most aesthetically-pleasing home extensions available.
Much of its design inspiration comes from the Italian Renaissance period as perfectly demonstrated in the stylishly designed ornate columns used to support the structure.
21st Century home living is best enjoyed inside a Loggia; the next generation of conservatory.
On the other hand, a Glass Extension offers the average homeowner a totally fresh way of utilising a home extension as it affords them the chance to enjoy indoor and outdoor living in similar luxury.
It contains an over-hanging glass roof and specially created Veranda area so that users can experience the most panoramic views of their garden from a totally different perspective, whatever the weather.
The Loggia and Glass Extension will both complement a product portfolio that already consists of a wide selection of conservatories, orangeries, double glazing windows, doors and a newly developed green energy department specialising in the installation of solar panels across Berkshire and Buckinghamshire.
Despite being at the forefront of the industry for nearly three decades, the team at Hazlemere Windows understand the importance of ensuring that they consistently update their product range to reflect trends in the market and remain ahead of the competition, hence the addition of the Loggia and Glass Extension.
A fully furnished Glass Extension can be viewed at the company’s spacious High Wycombe showroom. The firm will also shortly have a Loggia on display for visitors.