Smoking Shelters, Glazed Canopies and Glass Verandas. Smoking Ban, Stylish Durable Structures, Manufacturing Technologies
This is the perfect time of year to start thinking about getting your garden area ready for summer by rearranging plants and bushes, checking if furniture needs replacing, and painting or treating walls and fences. Home enhancing additions like sheds, gazebos are also considerations, and will prove extremely useful throughout the changing seasons whatever size or shape your garden is.
Many of our projects here at TWS Verandas now include the design and installation of high quality smoking shelters, as well as verandas, glazed canopies and sunrooms. We offer custom manufactured glazed products using the latest materials, designs and technology for perfect results. Our main aim is to provide our customers with a high quality product, professionally constructed and expertly installed if desired. We can do this thanks to using quality assured materials and by giving a vast choice of colours and glaze tints.
We have supplied a range of structures for commercial customers including smoking shelters, which are aesthetically pleasing as well as functional. Walkways between buildings are also a popular addition keeping staff comfortable not to mention dry! Providing this type of multifunctional facility enforces the fact that looking after the needs of employees is important to these companies.
These additions are good for business in a lot of cases too, especially with regards to glazed canopies above shop windows. These give some protection to the customer as well as the building from the elements, as they admire the goods on display.
Our verandas and sunrooms bring in lots of great feedback, as customers talk about ‘increased value of their home’, ‘getting more use out of their garden’, ‘being brighter than a conservatory or extension’ and ‘bringing the garden indoors’.
Customers can opt for installation by our qualified engineers, or we can simply supply the products in places like Romford, Wickford, Southend, Leigh on Sea and Billericay.