Wendland has been given a face lift and now boasts a new features and support, all at value for money prices, the company has said.
For example, in a bid to take advantage of the growing trend for orangeries and flat-roofed extensions is the Wendland lantern, which is robust, easy to fit and offers a sleek design in a choice of white or grey.
The Wendland glazed conservatory roof is flexible, and can be configured into any style or shape. The large spans meet the demand for bifolds, and a number of thermal and visual enhancements are available, providing an up-sell opportunity for installers, including chambered top cappings to enhance security and thermal efficiency.
“Another popular upgrade is the insulated internal pelmet, which creates an orangery-style perimeter pelmet that is the perfect place for spotlights, speakers and cables, and a decorative fascia that adds a further degree of elegance to the exterior of the roof,” the company said.
Every new Wendland fabricator is assigned its own personal training team, which is there to help with everything from factory planning and tooling, right through to how to place an order.
Customers also have access to their own team of marketing specialists; a new customer-branded Wendland website can be up and running in just six weeks, while bespoke overprinted Wendland brochures make selling the system easy and cost effective for installers.