Rebecca James | 17th January 2017

Ripton Windows are excited about the developments taking place at our window showroom and conservatory village!

Over the next couple of months we at Ripton Windows are excited to be making renovations and improvements. These will be changes to our window showroom and conservatory village at 3 Crockford Lane. Most importantly, these improvements include installing several brand new conservatories.

Basingstoke Showroom

First, one of the conservatories that we are replacing in our Basingstoke showroom.

Basingstoke Showroom

Second, removal of the frames has been completed, ready for the brand new frames to be installed.

Take a virtual tour of our showroom – as it is now before we make all of the excited changes we have planned.

At the end of 2016 we spent a lot of time thinking about the best way to show our customers the fantastic range of products that we have on offer. Our fantastic suppliers are bringing out new products, another exciting development in the industry. Because of this, our customers have an ever increasing variety to chose from. Therefore, we want to make sure that we are displaying as much as possible in our showroom.

Have you ever visited our showroom? You might have seen that we have a whole host of products on display. Firstly, we have a selection of window displays, and many examples of our composite doors. Furthermore, we also have a selection of fully installed and decorated conservatories, garden rooms, and orangeries. We have created this showroom village to show the range of options available. Additionally, these fully installed products give you a sense of how they would look on your house, and demonstrates just a few ways that you can use the space.

So what is happening?

Throughout the refurbishment of our showroom we will be keeping you updated with the changes and developments. This includes giving you all of the details of the products being installed. Additionally, we will also tell you why we are excited by the innovations that our suppliers are releasing.

Firstly, we are removing some of our older display conservatories. We are replacing them with new, innovative products. As you can see in the images on the left, we are well underway with the removal process, with our rosewood p-shaped conservatory having been taken down last week.

Finally, make sure to follow along with our blogs about the project over the coming months!

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