This traditional conservatory design usually includes a three or five facet bay which projects outwards giving way to excellent outside views. The Victorian conservatory style also features beautiful finials that line the roof for a classic finishing touch.
The Edwardian conservatory is a beautiful addition to any home. This classic conservatory style is either square or rectangular in design, giving way to an incredibly spacious design with lots of floor space.
The impressive gable-ended conservatory features a high-angled roof for maximum sunlight, creating a warm and bright atmosphere. The gable conservatory often incorporates the image of a ‘rising-sun’ onto its roof as a charming, additional feature.
The lean-to conservatory is a popular style and very cost-effective. These conservatories are ideal if the property has low eaves or limited space, making them perfect option for bungalows or homes with awkward outside spaces.
Our bespoke conservatories combine the lean-to conservatory with other styles to create a wonderful P-shaped structure. These conservatories are ideal if you have an unconventional building space.
Our stunning glass lantern roofs provide a beautiful view of the sky whilst enhancing natural light. These elegant roofs can also be installed as skylights in conservatories for a modern twist.
Our windows are 100% lead free. The dangers of lead are well known and we are extremely proud to supply one of the few window systems to offer an entirely lead free range of products.
Our uPVC windows are extremely robust and do not need expensive steel reinforcement. They are therefore 100% recyclable making them a truly environmentally friendly product.
The uPVC windows that we supply will reduce the amount of energy needed to heat a property, lowering CO2 emissions by approximately 2/3 of a tonne (680kg) each year.
Our uPVC windows are endorsed to display the "Energy Saving Recommend" logo. Only products that meet strict energy efficiency criteria are eligible to display this label.
We cover areas throughout the South of England including Hampshire, Dorset, Devon, Somerset, Wiltshire, Gloucestershire, Surrey, Sussex, Berkshire, Oxfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Hertfordshire, Kent and London.
Wherever you are based, we will always try to help so get in touch today for a free trade double glazing quote.