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26 March 2018  |  Advertising

New Television Adverts on the way from SolarFrame!

After the success of our advertising debut last year on ITV, we have been working hard on a plan to expand our presence on the screen and create a new range of advertisements for television.

Once again, we were lucky to have the team at Brawl Agency of Leeds on board again to help us again with the filming, knowing the level of professionalism and skill that would be brought to our project meant we had high hopes for the result, and even including the industry challenge of working with children and animals we knew that there would be a ton of fantastic footage to work with.

Our vision was for a series of adverts set to showcase the full range of Conservatories, Windows, Doors, Solid Roof replacements, Orangeries and the innovative new Yorkshire Garden Studios. An amazing reimagining of conservatory’s and outside space, as well as the technology and blueprint behind our success, our bespoke designs cover a spread of unique rooms from home offices, cinema rooms, children’s play spaces, elegant dining rooms and a whole host of other ideas. If you can visualise a way to bring about your perfect space, we can create it for you.

With the snow gone, and the sun out, our collaboration came to fruition last week when we were joined by the Brawl technical and filming crew, and a number of actors and enthusiastic staff members, friends and family at our offices and show-space in Rotherham, South Yorkshire. The amount of planning behind not just one, but a whole range of scenes and locations is tremendous, and our Marketing Manager Amy Myers pulled it all together for an impressive 2 days of filming, bringing a complex series to a successful close. The tremendous effort by all of those involved has been directed, captured and is off to the editing suite to be composed into the final article, which we hope to bring to you shortly.


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Post by Daniel Jones