East Anglia based Pyramid Windows is further expanding its product offering to include a new high performance polycarbonate conservatory roof.

Marlon ST Blue is an attractive blue tinted polycarbonate roof that features ‘Cool Light Technology’ with active temperature control that helps reduce internal temperatures by 7oC whilst still allowing excellent light transmission.

It is 35mm in thickness and offers the same low U-value as glass – 1.2 W/m2k – providing a cost effective alternative to homeowners who want all the thermal benefits of glass without the extra costs.

Sales director at Pyramid, Ian Cowling, believes the addition of Marlon ST Blue to the company’s product range will open up new sales opportunities for installers:

“We have identified a shift towards glass being installed in conservatories because of its strength and good thermal insulation but we also understand that glass is not ideal for every budget which prompted us to launch a polycarbonate alternative.

Marlon ST Blue offers the same U-value as glass and is up to 200 times stronger, opening up new sales opportunities for installers as they will be able to offer this as an alternative to glass or alongside an existing glass range for a greater scope of options to suit every homeowner budget.”

The addition of the Marlon ST Blue high performance polycarbonate roof follows the successful introduction of Synseal’s Global Summer Orangery into Pyramid’s product range, and is the latest offering to help installers increase sales.

“To stay competitive in today’s market installers need to offer a diverse range of products as homeowners become more aware of the choices available. Alongside our Synseal Shield and Synerjy windows and doors we also offer value added products such as the Global Summer Orangery that allow installers to tap into niche markets that are gaining favour with homeowners. Adding the Marlon ST Blue high performance roof to our range is another way for us to help installers to increase their offering and create new sales opportunities,” Ian concludes.

For more information call Pyramid on 01603 615674