The month of May has proved to be particularly fruitful for one salesman within the Conservatory Outlet network after John Newton of Clearview Home Improvements took away the monthly title of Top Dog.
Following several hugely successful months for Clearview in 2012, the Warrington-based salesman called upon his years of sales experience and professional approach to bring in the leading amount of combined double glazing, door and conservatory sales within the dealership.
Conservatory Outlet’s ‘Top Dog’ competition runs over a 12-month period, with the overall winner securing a trophy and significant cash prize. A series of monthly prizes are also handed out in a range of other categories.
In further good news for the company, a further Clearview salesman, Mark Duggan, managed to attract the largest monthly conservatory order. Whilst George McLean of The Home Enhancement Company, Aberdeen, earned the Top Window Salesman trophy and Richard Holloway of Premier Windows, Oswestry, emphatically won the Largest Window Order category.
At the moment, Jim Oliver of James Oliver Conservatories currently sits at the top of the overall ‘Top Dog’ league table as he looks to retain his title from last year. A total of five salesmen from Clearview are present within the top 10.
Leicester home improvement firm EAS Windows, one of the newest members of the network, have also recently joined the competition ensuring that the race for ‘Top Dog’ intensifies further. In addition to windows, doors and conservatories, they also offer aluminium bi-folding doors.
The longer you reside in your home and the larger your family becomes, the harder it often becomes to find space inside your property. As the numbers of belongings we own grow, the more they begin to take over your living area which can be frustrating if you want to keep your home clean and tidy.
If you simply cannot put up with a lack of space, yet do not have the available funds to relocate to a bigger home, then the other option you have is to get a conservatory installed at your property. The modern-day conservatory can used in any number of different ways so you can choose to utilise it in whatever suits you best.
Below is a list of conservatory living suggestions:
The living room is traditionally the central focus of most homes and the place where we spend the majority of our free-time when indoors. If your living room no longer provides the spaciousness that it once did why not transfer your living room into the conservatory.
Conservatories come installed with double glazing which means that energy efficiency is a certainty and you can enjoy relaxing inside, whatever the weather, 365 days a year.
Preparing a lavish meal for your family and friends? If so, rather than dine in the kitchen, why not invite your guests into your conservatory where you can easily installed a dining table and chairs so that everyone has the opportunity to…
Coastline Windows & Conservatories, the newest conservatory and double glazing firm to join the Conservatory Outlet network, has unveiled a new-look lead generation website as the company looks to capitalise upon the growing demand for home improvements online.
For more than 20 years, Coastline Windows & Conservatories has been the Isle of Wight’s most favoured installer of replacement windows, doors and conservatories in a variety of materials including UPVC, aluminium, timber and composite.
Coastline has joined forces with Conservatory Outlet as it looks to take advantage of the free sales leads and extensive marketing support that the fabricator provides to each of its dealers, in addition to a vast and accredited product range.
A brand new website is seen as being a crucial component in all of this which is why, on becoming a network member, each Conservatory Outlet dealer is automatically entitled to a free lead generating site.
The new site http://www.coastlinehome.co.uk makes shopping for home improvements easier than ever before as each product within Coastline’s bustling range has its own dedicated page which can be accessed no matter where the user happens to land on the site.
Particular emphasis on the site has been given to Coastline’s recently refurbished Newport showroom on the Dodnor Industrial Estate as the company looks to convert interested online traffic into showroom footfall so that customers can view Coastline’s entire product range on full display.
Call-to actions are also present throughout the site so that visitors…
As a leading Synseal Synerjy fabricator, Conservatory Outlet has confirmed that it will begin supplying its growing network of dealers with Synseal’s new Summer Orangery system.
The product, which underwent a 6-month development period before coming to market, was recently demonstrated to dealers at the Conservatory Outlet Dealer Conference by David Leng, CEO of Synseal.
After receiving unequivocal praise from many of those who attended, the conservatory and double glazing specialist showed no hesitation in adding the product to its existing range of home improvement offerings.
The development of the Summer Orangery system has involved some of the most exhaustive research and development that Synseal has ever undertaken as the company was well aware of the growing tendency for homeowners to use their orangery as a multi-purpose living space.
The Synseal Summer Orangery system uses proven components from the market-leading, BBA Approved Global roof system and sits them on an orangery structural and styling system that includes some advanced concepts.
It also provides a variety of aesthetic choices as a range of eye-catching woodgrain finishes are available, along with a selection of glass options, such as those you would get in double glazing.
Conservatory Outlet is confident that the Summer Orangery system will prove to be a valuable addition to its product portfolio.
If you have lived in a property for a long time, you may have come to the point where you have fallen out of love with it. Everything about the place may be perfect, the kids are settled in to the local school, your friends and family are all close by and the commute to work is a breeze but when you come home you just don’t feel happy with it.
Taking pride in the appearance of your property should be something that all homeowners enjoy and this can often be achieved through a quick bit of decorating. Rolling up your sleeves and painting a few walls will help in most cases but sometimes you will need to make bigger home improvements to notice a considerable difference in the way you feel about a property.
Adding a conservatory or orangery to your home can help to completely change the way you feel about the place, the extra floor space and light that they can create will help to remove any suggestions of moving from your mind. Conservatories need to be chosen carefully as you need to be sure that it is in keeping with the existing appearance of your home. Often this can only be judged by visiting your local showroom where you can familiarise yourself with all of the various designs, colours and styles of conservatory that are available.
Any good installation company should have a showroom filled with conservatories for you to look at and walk around,…