The GGF is pleased to announce the launch of a new publication for homeowners titled, “A Consumer Guide to Conservatories and Orangeries”.
The new Guide includes a background to the origins of conservatories as well as consumer advice on practical issues such as the best use of living space, foundations, materials selection and types of structures. In addition, there is also a list of general designs and styles of conservatories and orangeries and roof types.
On the new guide, Phil Goult, Chairman of the GGF Conservatory Association commented;
“I am positive this guide will prove extremely useful for homeowners. I would like to thank my fellow GGF Members in the Conservatory Association and the GGF technical team for producing this guide which is essential not just for consumers but for the entire conservatory sector.”
David Borland, GGF Senior Technical Officer collaborated with GGF Conservatory Association Members over a six month period to produce the publication. Following the launch, David commented;
“This has been a very interesting project as it has covered so many areas relating to the consumer’s journey to buy a conservatory or orangery. We had to consider many factors from designs to styles to materials on every part of the structure through to health and safety and legislation. The end result has seen yet another excellent GGF guide for consumers.”
The Consumer Guide to Conservatories and Orangeries is available for free download via the GGF’s award-winning consumer website www.myglazing.com and also on the GGF trade website www.ggf.org.uk Printed copies of the guide are also available from the GGF online shop http://shop.ggfmembers.com/