The new Lusso orangery-style roof system, from Eurocell, is sure to add style and value to conservatory offerings, completing the company’s roof range.
Lusso is a contemporary twist on classic roof design, that comprises highline gutter and internal pelmet components.
It offers an on-trend orangery effect from standard components; without the need for extra building work or added cost of structural work, to allow the conservatory to take a ‘fuller’ roof.
A touch of class and character is provided to a conventional conservatory roof by the deep sculptured design of the highline gutter, whilst also neatening up the drainage details, without a visible gutter and brackets running horizontally.
Its deep perimeter roof and period details makes Lusso bear an extremely similar resemblance to the real deal and the fact it is a lightweight, prefabricated system means it is quick and easy to install onto new roofs and can be retro-fitted to existing roofs.
All the interior trim and cladding screws neatly onto the aluminium frame, making for a clean appearnce with minimal need for plastering and a thermal break in the ring beam protects against heat loss and condensation, therefore eliminating the need for added insulation.
For more information on the new system, visit www.eurocell.co.uk/lusso
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