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Our Loggia installers wowed these customers with the end result after seeing the Loggia at our showroom.

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Loggia is a relatively new product. The aim of the product is to combine columnar Italian architecture with British building. These homeowners took the plunge and went a for an anthracite grey Loggia, similar to the one on show at our showroom. As registered Loggia installers, we are installing more and more Loggias.

As you enter Millbrook Garden Centre at Staplehurst, where our showroom is based, it’s impossible to miss the imposing grey Loggia on show with our big DWL sign outside. This is what caught the eye of these customers. It is a very impressive structure and Ultraframe have done a great job in developing it. As Loggia installers, it’s only right that we feature the Loggia prominently at our showroom. Below is a video that nicely demonstrates how the Loggia columns are made up.

The couple wandered inside and enquired about the Loggia and what it meant that we were registered Loggia installers. They were also after what the rough cost would be for the showroom Loggia on show. They inherited a dated-looking conservatory with the house when they bought it. Not really liking what they had inherited with the property, they wanted something totally the opposite. So, we arranged for our chap Mark to visit the site and go through the finer details, including working out all the building works that would be required.

Reassured by our Loggia installers status and having seen and loved the showroom grey Loggia, much of the design was quite easy to decide on. It was to be the same in terms of opening designs, frame colour and rough size. This would be aluminium in our anthracite grey RAL 7016 colour. The only thing that differed was that instead of sliding doors on the front, like we have at the showroom, the couple wanted french doors and side panels. The rest of the design discussion included the required height of the dwarf walls running around the Loggia conservatories”>Loggia, how many roof vents were required in the roof and whether they would be electrically or manually operated. In the end, they opted for the Rolls Royce of roof vents, the thermostat controlled with rain sensor technology, which automatically close on detecting rain.

Around a week after the lengthy appointment, Mark provided the couple with a full quotation by email and they swiftly accepted. Our surveyor Terry carried out the survey along with Mark to ensure every detail was taken care of.

Everything was ordered and around 6 weeks later, after the groundworks had been completed, our installers Dave and Stuart took a week to remove the old conservatory and install everything and the photos below show the end result. Lovely job. We’ll upload fully furnished photos as soon as we can get round to take them.

For more information on the Loggia you can download a copy of the Loggia brochure by clicking here. To further whet your appetite, you can also head over to our Loggia gallery page to see more photos of Loggias more generally.

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