With BBC news reporting that some companies have seen a 300 percent rise in garden room sales, a service from software specialists Windowlink is helping installers secure high-profile garden building projects.
Recent studies have shown that 60 percent of the UK population were working from home in the peak of the pandemic, and that is set to continue with companies reaping the benefits of employees being more productive in their own workspace. Large companies like Facebook and Spotify have already announced they will allow staff to carry on working remotely after lockdown was lifted.
This coincides with the massive rise in garden room sales as homeworkers look to create a space that separates home and work environments.
Specialising in creating software to help builders and installers visualise projects to customers, Windowlink is able to create 3D images for garden rooms with their Vector software programme.
The design package allows users to provide customers with a visual example of the final project by creating high-resolution 3D graphics of garden rooms and superimposing them onto images of the existing property or garden. Vector also guides users through the pricing process, allowing you to provide quotes and prevent mistakes, which can help save time and money.
From the Vector package there is also the additional option of the 4Site Imaging Bureau, which transforms these images into stunning 3D fly-through videos. It also includes detailed personalisation features to provide homeowners with a truly realistic representation of how the completed building will look from every angle.
“Our Vector programme allows users to create high-resolution 3D images of their glazed extension or garden room projects – perfect for those looking to provide realistic representations to customers,” says Mark Dudley, Windowlink Managing Director. “When homeowners are looking to make a big investment, they want reassurance of how it will look, and our Vector package is a fantastic resource to do this.
“The extra 4Site service is the next step for installers working on large projects, as the level of personalisation allows customers to see [how]the project will look from different angles and different times of the day, in the form of a high-resolution fly-through video.”