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Website upgrade aims at glasshouse lovers

Greenhouse specialist curates inspirational series of professional case studies for architects and garden designers to access online

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Lime Wood Hotel and Spa in Lyndhurst, Hampshire is home to an Alitex cruciform glasshouse that provides growing space for Mediterranean fruit, vegetables and herbs.
Lime Wood Hotel and Spa in Lyndhurst, Hampshire is home to an Alitex cruciform glasshouse that provides growing space for Mediterranean fruit, vegetables and herbs. Credit: Photograph by Amy Murrell

Alitex - the greenhouse specialist - has updated its website with a new user-friendly design, engaging imagery and industry-leading inspiration.

The site offers customers an improved purchasing and after-sales experience and showcases the Alitex community, explaining how users can become more involved in its growing group of garden enthusiasts.

A stand-out feature of the upgrade is the Trade section - a collection of pages specifically curated for Alitex’s B2B customers.

Users can see the glasshouses on private estates, in public grounds, walled gardens and kitchen gardens that Alitex has created for industry professionals, including Yiangou ArchitectsDe Blacam and Meagher Architects and CGD Landscape Design

Alitex design and engineering

From freestanding structures and lean-to greenhouses to completely unique shapes, Alitex’s team of experts works with architects to bring clients' ideas to life. 

Alongside its National Trust Collection of greenhouses and glasshouses, Alitex’s design and structural engineers have years of experience working on bespoke projects, from cottage gardens and London townhouses to walled gardens and large estates.

  • The 20.2x5.16m glasshouse at Lime Wood Hotel and Spa has social spaces alongside a range of accessories to increase successful growing, including cold frames, benching, strawberry boards and shades and automatically controlled ventilation.
    The 20.2x5.16m glasshouse at Lime Wood Hotel and Spa has social spaces alongside a range of accessories to increase successful growing, including cold frames, benching, strawberry boards and shades and automatically controlled ventilation. Credit: Photograph Amy Murrell
  • Alitex glasshouse at Ramsey Walled Garden near Huntingdon.
    Alitex glasshouse at Ramsey Walled Garden near Huntingdon.
  • Alitex lean-to glasshouses at Cambo Walled Garden, considered to be one of the finest in Scotland..
    Alitex lean-to glasshouses at Cambo Walled Garden, considered to be one of the finest in Scotland.. Credit: ©CMP
  • Alitex replica curved greenhouse at Fulham Palace House and Garden, London.
    Alitex replica curved greenhouse at Fulham Palace House and Garden, London.
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The Alitex planning and application service

The process of choosing and designing the perfect aluminium greenhouse is exciting - from initial consultation through to deciding on all the important features.

To help throughout the build process, Alitex offers a comprehensive planning application service. It submits applications on behalf of clients and keeps architects informed throughout the application. 

Alitex has worked on commercial projects with Arundel Castle, the Royal Horticultural Society, Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew and Ireland's Garden & Landscape Designers Association.

See all the Alitex case studies at alitex.co.uk/case-studies

For more information and to request a brochure, visit alitex.co.uk

 

Contact:

01730 826900

enquiries@alitex.co.uk


 

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