conservatoryWith summer drawing to a close and business continuing to be tough, the outlook for B2C businesses involved in external installations could be viewed as ‘unpredictable’. But home improvement companies can find a solution in the all weather, all year-round installation properties of the Roof Assured by Sarnafil single ply, flat roofing membrane for their conservatories and orangeries.
2012 was the wettest on record and with the outlook for October, November and December 2013 slightly colder and wetter than average, the ‘high pressure’ is on for installers to retain business during the long winter months. Time is money and many other flat roofing systems can only be applied in dry conditions, and at a certain temperature, which effectively rules out the long winter months. Because of the unique installation properties and process of the Sika Sarnafil membrane however, installers can be confident that work doesn’t have to stop because of the weather.

The ‘all weather’ proposition is also an appealing selling proposition to consumers; a flat roof that can be installed in all weathers is likely to endure all weathers. It also means that turn around on having their conservatory installed can be reduced as Roof Assured by Sarnafil accredited installers won’t be held up by the weather or long waiting times because of a full order book throughout the summer months.

The proposition gets even stronger when you consider that, once applied, a Sika Sarnafil single ply roof is virtually maintenance free in the same way that many other PVC extension features are, eliminating the new for periodic maintenance.

Consumer confidence grows with the Roof Assured by Sarnafil product guarantee of 15 years and the Sika Sarnafil membrane which has a life expectancy in excess of 40 years as certified by the BBA (British Board of Agrement).*

For Roof Assured by Sarnafil approved installers the weather just doesn’t get them down’!

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*Independently assessed by the British Board of Agrement (BBA) to last in excess of 40 years, in their opinion.