Friday 19th December, 2014
If you’ve decided you’d like to have a new conservatory, orangery, loggia, or modern solid roof fitted to your old conservatory, and want a trusted local installer to do the work, Ultraframe has the answer. From our base in the heart of Lancashire, we operate throughout the UK and have built up a great reputation over the past 30 years with customers far and wide. Now we’ve made it easier than ever for new customers to find one of our approved installers that is local to you.
Thanks to our new and easy to use directory, all you have to do is click on the county and town where you live. If you live in a town in Aberdeenshire, for instance, select your nearest town to find approved Ultra-Installers that are local to you. Then, simply leave your contact details, including the kind of Ultraframe product you’re interested in, and our installer will be back in touch without delay.
Even if you’re still considering what kind of home enhancement you want or would like to discuss the various options in more detail, just complete the online contact form and an installer will be happy to give you all the advice you need. Wherever you are in the UK, there’s a fully trained, expert Ultraframe installer close at hand.
Your town, your installer
Click on Cornwall on our directory and you’ll see we’ve got an installer in Saltash; in Staffordshire, you’ll find we have installers in Stoke on Trent, Stone, and Uttoxeter, or try Cambridgeshire and you can choose from an installer in Ely, Peterborough, and Wisbech. You get the idea.
Before you do decide to go ahead, you can find out how much a new orangery or modern solid roof for your old conservatory is going to cost by filling in a few details and getting an instant free estimate for the job. Once you’re happy with the price, you can have full confidence in using a local approved Ultraframe installer and be assured of the standard of work carried out, from start to finish.
As well as being fully trained in the latest techniques and products, all of our installers are independently assessed by the main authority for installers, constructors, and products, in the UK, the British Board of Agrement.