KJM Windows & Conservatories report record growth

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The first ten weeks trading figures of 2013 show growth of 41% over 2012, with sales of £700,000. Triple glazing and Livinroom conservatories continue to drive this growth.

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Growth figures of 41% over 2012

Hampshire based KJM Windows & Conservatories have reported that sales for the first ten weeks of 2013 are a record £700,000. This is a 41% rise over the previous year. This growth had been attributed to Triple Glazing & Livinroom conservatory sales.

KJM's Managing Director Mark Pearce said, "The snow in early January was always a worry for trading figures, but 2013 is off to a buoyant start. Sales of our comprehensive range of triple glazed products remain very strong and is providing a very strong revenue stream, as consumers are considering removing older, less energy efficient double glazing. We have entered the era of the replacement - replacement market." He continued, "Older double glazing can have u-values of around 3.0, whilst 44mm triple glazing can give a whole window u-value of 0.8, this is a much greater level of insulation and over 40% better than the best 'A rated' double glazing available today."

"Sales of the Livinroom conservatory and secondary glazing have also contributed to our strong growth figures. The Livinroom is a niche high end conservatory product that is proving very popular across Southern England. Whilst the conservatory market continues to decline, this type of half way conservatory-living room are proving very popular."

KJM were established in 1982, so have been trading for over 30 years. They are based in Andover Hampshire.

Editors Note: - The U value is the measurement of heat transmission through a material. The U value of a material is a gauge on how well heat passes through the material and the lower the U value, the greater the resistance to heat and therefore has a better insulating value. U-Value is expressed in units of W/m2 and relates to the amount of heat lost in watts (W) per square metre of material.

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