The hup! lightweight building system is now compatible with variable corners from 90° to 170°, meaning it can be used to convert old Victorian conservatories into modern extensions – in addition to the multitude of styles already possible with the revolutionary system.
The hup! lightweight building system from Ultraframe is celebrating the launch of its new homeowner website, along with the news that hup! is 60% more carbon efficient than a brick wall.
Homeowners Dale & Tracy had an old conservatory which over the years had become a dumping ground as it was difficult to regulate the temperature. They decided to transform the conservatory and extend it into a large extension that would have multiple uses.
Tony & Liesel inherited an old conservatory when they moved into their home and have converted it into an energy efficient, new extension using the hup! system which they are absolutely delighted with.
The hup! lightweight building system from Ultraframe has been shortlisted for New Product of the Year and Customer Care Initiative of the Year at the ‘Industry Oscars’ – the G Awards.
Ultraframe has been recognised for its commitment to reducing its environmental footprint when it was recently awarded the ISO 14001:2015 certification.
Tyneside Home Improvements has carried out a stunning conservatory transformation project on this beautiful Grade 2 listed building.
Ultraframe has recently been commissioned to design and manufacture eight glass roofs which together form a spectacular new 315 sqm wedding venue at the prestigious Eagle Oaks Golf & Country Club in New Jersey, USA.
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