Conservatories

Expectations for conservatories have been changing considerably over the past 25 years.  Some people wish to take advantage of modern glazing systems to grow more exotic plants, but most wish to create a light bright atmosphere using modern technology to provide a full dwelling room within which they may comfortably relax at any time of the day throughout the year.

These glazed extensions should perhaps be referred to as Garden Sun Rooms.  You may choose to have one which is fully glazed; with a part tiled roof with Velux Windows, or perhaps a glazed Lantern.   We are able to construct using either Hardwood, Architectural Aluminum, or selected UPVC.

Overall design and features are extremely important in order to ensure that a natural light bright atmosphere is created, which will be very much influenced by the proportion of glass chosen within the side elevations and roof.


A combination of the above could certainly be incorporated into an elaborate Orangery, bringing together  all of these wishes and adding a magnificent year round room onto your property.

When speaking with those who have well-designed glazed extensions, you will find they wholeheartedly say  that it is by far the most popular room in their home and guests will usually be thoroughly impressed with the  special atmosphere you have created.

To ensure fulfilment all of our customers’ desires and instructions we work closely with you to design the very best Sun Room for your home, before constructing to the highest specifications, using professional workmanship and manufacturing.

Planning Permission may be required, together with Building Regulations and Structural Calculations, all of which we are able to provide by using our experienced specialist team and consultant advisers.

A Conservatory from Start to Finish

Click here to view a gallery of photos showing the construction of one of our conservatories from start to finish.

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