Trade fabricator Modplan is highlighting increased installer interest in the Leka Xi modular conservatory system. Heidi Sachs, managing director at Modplan, said: “We have an extensive pipeline of enquiries from installers asking about adding the Leka Xi to their portfolio. It’s easy to see why there’s such interest – the Leka Xi revolutionises the building market and provides homeowners with multiple benefits.”
The Leka Xi provides a warm, sustainable alternative to a traditional block/brick-built conservatory base/wall, claims the company. The system is typically installed on concrete pads, which saves time, mess and stress when considering a new build conservatory or single storey extension. In fact, a new Leka Xi conservatory can be installed in days not weeks. Heidi says: “The Leka Xi gives a homeowner a cost-effective, low maintenance home extension with minimal hassle.”
The building is incredibly thermally efficient, meeting Building Regulations requirements with ease. The lightweight GRP is structurally sound and means no thermal bridging or moisture absorption. The Leka Xi’s modular construction gives installers the reassurance that every part of the Xi has been factory tested before delivery. It also makes the building ideal for homes with limited or no rear property access, says the company.
To allow homeowners to personalise their installation, the Leka Xi is available in dwarf wall, full wall or combination variations. External GRP cladding skins come in a range of colours and offer a sustainable replication of brickwork, stone or timber. Alternatively, external boards can be supplied ready for rendering.