Continued Growth For Leka Xi

by | Jan 26, 2023 | Conservatories

Leka Systems has reported continued growth for its Leka Xi modular conservatory walls and base system with little sign of market demand slowing in 2023. Rhys Hoddinott, managing director of Leka Systems, said: “Homeowners can see the big benefits of the Leka Xi over a traditional conservatory build. As a result, the benefits are translating into sales as more and more homeowners value what the Leka Xi has to offer and installers appreciate the added value benefits of the product.”

The Leka Xi provides a warm, sustainable alternative to a traditional block or brick-built conservatory base or wall, says the company. Rhys highlights two areas where the Leka Xi has benefits over a traditional conservatory build. The first is the larger internal footprint. The second is the faster installation time.

The wall thickness on a traditional conservatory build required to comply with energy efficiency regulations can reduce the size of the internal footprint, which translates to a smaller living space. In contrast, the Leka Xi uses highly thermally efficient boards, which are slimmer by design. This means homeowners can maximise the amount of living space they have. Rhys comments: “Every homeowner wants to make the most of the space they have available. The Leka Xi is the best way to do this.”

The innovative, lightweight and modular construction of the Leka Xi means it can be installed much more quickly than a traditional brick-built extension, claims the company. A conservatory built using the Leka Xi base and wall system and a Leka roof can be installed in days not weeks because it’s typically installed on concrete pads. Rhys says: “There is less disruption and less mess with a Leka Xi. It’s particularly good for homeowners with limited or no rear access to their property because no heavy excavation work is needed. And for busy installation teams, it’s a huge advantage.”

Rhys comments: “Our products are perfect in an era of rising energy costs. Their lightweight GRP construction means they offer exceptional thermal efficiency, helping homeowners to take control of their energy bills.”

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