The Kent Conservatory Company Offer Help to Amdega Customers

Hundreds of Amdega customers are concerned about their current home extension projects after the bespoke conservatories company went into administration.

The Darlington-based manufacturer had 300 orders on its books but administrators at KPMG are now in the process of winding up the business and have already made almost 200 hundred of its employees redundant.

Turnaround investor Endless bought the 137-year-old company nine years ago but was forced to call in the administrators due to a "severe downturn" in the demand for big-ticket home extensions.

Mark Firmin, joint administrator and KPMG's northern head of restructuring, said that Amdega customers will be advised how to proceed with their home extension orders in the near future.

He said: "Our key priority is to assess this situation and communicate with Amdega customers. We will be writing to them as quickly as possible, with information and guidance regarding their next steps."

Amdega customers who are worried about the state of their current home extension project can call The Kent Conservatory Company as we will be happy to help complete any order.