Home dreams made of glass and light
A living room full of air and light, an extra space, which opens the house up to nature and provides cosiness nonetheless, a place of retreat or a showcase – a conservatory can be all these things. Because modern conservatories offer everything that is called for in a living area these days: plenty of sun, a reduced, elegant style with sleek elements and technological solutions providing every convenience: automatic shading and ventilation systems, integrated pollen and insect protection, easy to clean glass and optimal heating models.
The Allgäu company, Brack Wintergarten GmbH & Co. KG, produces conservatories like these with its committed team around managing director, Matthias Brack. They meet all design and convenience requirements. "We fulfil home dreams," Brack is convinced. Single or four-storeyed, with a sky dome or around a corner – the right solution for every customer and everything from one source, that is particularly important to him. Every project is planned down to the last detail. That starts with the decision to have a "cold" conservatory, which can therefore only be used during the summer months, or an insulated extension, which is habitable all year round. "Whereby the latter is particularly in fashion at the moment," says Brack.
Maintenance-Free Living Room
For this purpose, the traditional company from Altusried opts for the maintenance-free and particularly heat-insulating material combination of wood and aluminium. "We place our full trust in the much underestimated building material, wood. Even in our fourth generation we are committed to this material. No other material is so flexible and load-bearing," explains the company boss: "On the outside we protect the natural building material against the weather with a rear-ventilated aluminium shell, whilst on the inside the wood is shown off like a high-quality piece of furniture." This is made possible by window coatings from ADLER, in which Brack has put its trust for many years. For the conservatory pictured bottom left, for instance, Aquawood Tauchimprägnierung HighRes white, and on top of this, Aquawood Dickschichtlasur Q10 white transparent, were used.
But wood surfaces that are left looking as natural as possible yet given the best protection are also very much in demand. Oak, fir, spruce or Swiss pine treated with ADLER, for instance, can be chosen for the new „Kuhbus“, a cube made of glass and timber in an Alpine style. Brack has developed this very special model of conservatory in the last few months: "The Kuhbus is an Alpine glasshouse in a unique look," Brack explains. The well-though-out design and the many configuration packages make it even easier for customers to turn their dream conservatory into reality. "We also sell the Kuhbus through the specialised trade, and those interested in it are free to get in touch with us," Brack announces.
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