15 June 2015 By Sam Duke
Our clients based in Hampshire, made the decision to transform their home with an Alitex conservatory. We are going to follow their journey, from decision making, it’s progress through our factory, right through to the very end where we can find out how it is settling in.
Part one: Lime tree to conservatory
When driving along the busy main road of this area in Hampshire, it’s hard to believe that tucked away behind a high hedge, is a beautiful Georgian house with the most idyllic panoramic view over the South Downs.
“The tree was so large, that helicopters at the near-by RAF base, used it as a landmark on which to turn!” he continued, “it blocked out the sun for most of the day, so we decided to get it felled.” When the sun decides to make an appearance, our clients now enjoy it for most of the day on the patio right through into the evening.
The colour they initially requested was white. However the elegant structure that is being designed, is now going to be Olive Green. “Mark (Alitex regional business manager) told us that the beautiful green scenery would be lost if there were white bars in between the windows; green ones will blend seamlessly when looking out at the view.”
The relationship between Alitex and our clients goes way back. Our very own Sales Director Chris Sawyer grew up, “you can see his parents cottage just over the hill." Our clients knew that the beauty of an Alitex structure would be the most authentic addition to their stunning home.
Keep an eye on our Green Room for the next instalment of our clients journey where we will have a look at the design of their new conservtory.