Apple Panels Ltd are sorry to announce that due to the current economic climate and a number of exceptional issues that have arisen during trading over the last 18 months the Director is taking steps to place the Company into Liquidation (Creditors Voluntary Liquidation) and will cease trading with immediate affect.

We appreciate that this will unfortunately result in a number of staff, sub-contractors, customers and suppliers being let down at what can be a difficult time of year. For customers who have queries in regards to the warranty on their installations or have questions concerning a current contract we recommend you contact either the Independent Insurance Backed Guarantee company (if this was included with the purchase of your contract) or the finance lender if Apple introduced you to the lender.

These are as follows:

For Double Glazing: or 0345 053 8975

For Non Double Glazed products: or 0333 323 2655

For any enquiries, please contact Quantuma LLP on 02380 336464

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Conservatory Roof Upgrades

Conservatory Roof Upgrades

Older conservatories with roofs made from plastic or regular glass are often too hot in the summer and hard to warm in the winter, leaving you with an area of your home that is a fantastic space, but not being used to its full potential.

All Year Round Comfort

Manufacturers have, over the years, developed some very effective conservatory roof solutions for new build conservatories, such as, light weight tiled roofs that are insulated and thermally efficient and solar reflective double glazing to keep your conservatory cool in the summer and also polycarbonate solid roof panels in combination with double glazed panels that can be very versatile and modern in design.

The good news is that these solutions can be applied to existing conservatories, reclaiming your conservatory, expanding the possibilities of what you use your conservatory for as well as improving the style and value.

So what’s the best solution?

Designing your new conservatory roof will involve taking into consideration several aspects that effect the interior and the external look and feel by first establishing the main use of the space, how much light is required, how much sun it gets during the day and the desired overall style that best complements your home.

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