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New EVOLUTION range introduced

The majority of our clients prefer a maintenance free material for their windows or conservatory frames. The demand for timber is very much on the increase however and we feel that this is a trend that is set to continue. The new EVOLUTION range could quite possibly appeal to both camps. It is not a smooth PVC frame but it looks like timber…..without the maintenance issues. Interested? We can send you as  brochure, or better still why not call into the showroom and view the EVOLUTION range for yourself?… Read More

Loft conversion enquiries through the roof !

The word seems to have spread regarding our successful diversification into loft conversions. April saw a record number of enquiries and sales, despite the fact that we have only just started to advertise the product offer. Diversification is usually a slow process and we are careful that it should not interfere with the window or conservatory sides of our business. Early results seem to show that we have read the market right ……  loft conversion is prefereable to paying moving fees!… Read More

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Move & Improve Magazine chooses Admiral….once again

For the second time in just three months, the national magazine title Move or Improve? has selected an Admiral conservatory to feature in the magazine. The conservatory in Stevenage, is a large box gutter design that links the house to an study at the rear of the garage. See more in the October Conservatory of the Month. Read More

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Demand for timber still rising………..

September saw the first anniversary of our being appointed authorised distributors for timberwindows.com the industries most innovative window and door manufacturer. From its bases in Oxford and cyberspace, timberwindows.com has taken the industry by storm with its unique website facilities and magnificent product range. They report a first year turnover that has exceeded target by 900%. We concur with these figures at Admiral. Our visits to the website for timber products vastly out number those for PVC windows and doors. Timber it would appear is definitely back in style!… Read More

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Admiral Homespace Loft Conversions

Admiral Homespace the loft conversion division of the company is officially launched. After many months of preparation a new chapter in the history of Admiral will see the skills of its existing staff utilised in the creation of loft conversions throughout East Anglia. Steve Thorogood Admirals MD comments. “This diversification is a natural shift for the company as we already employ all of the skills required including structural engineers and partnering with local building control. There are very few professional organisations offering loft design and conversion work in the area and our reputation should ensure the success of the loft conversion operation”. House prices having doubled over the past five years and the huge increases in stamp duty are encouraging many people to stay put and improve their homes. The relative cost of loft conversions, have in the past confined… Read More

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Local Authority Partners

Admiral is proud to announce that it has been awarded partnership status with Huntingdon District Council Building Control. The award is made in recognition of the close work carried out between the two organisations over the past five years. As many of 40% of Admiral conservatories now require building regulations approval, due to them being open plan or being classed as extensions. The company even has its own designated Building Control officer, who handles every application for the entire area of operation, overseeing the applications to each seperate local authority. Read More

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Garden Competition Launched

In conjunction with the Hunts Post newspaper, we are proud to be the only sponsors for the Garden of The Year contest. Entries are invited for Best Kept Garden, Best Designed and Most Colourful Display. Cash prizes are 250 GBP for each category and an additional 500 GBP to the overall winner. Photograph entries can be sent through this website, the Hunts Post offices or handed in to our show centres at Alconbury or Roxton. Closing date for entries September 01 2006. Good luck to all entrants. Read More

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Our own secret garden

We are delighted to report that our garden project is now almost complete. Admiral and Earthscape invite you to come along and view our portfolio of photographs, showing before, during and after the transformation. All we need now is the summer!… Read More

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Alconbury Landscaping commences

Following an alliance agreement between Admiral and Earthscape, the regions premier landscape design company, work has started on the `Enclosed Garden` project at Alconbury. Some five lorry loads of tarmac and concrete have been replaced with seventy tons of topsoil. The garden, which is expected to complete in February, will be a peaceful area for our customers and staff, as well as a display for potential Earthscape clients. Watch this space for the official opening announcement. Read More

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Underneath the arches………..

Our staff have christened the new brick work and arch at Alconbury, the Berlin Wall. It has been built as an improvement to the garden area and to house two new timber windows for display purposes. Why not come and view it yourself? Graffiti artists not invited!… Read More