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Helping you create your new conservatory

  • Inception to completion the complete conservatory service.
  • Add another room to the property without the frustration of planning.
  • We help you design, then manufacture and install your new space.
  • Extensive 10+ year guarantees as standard.

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Discover your perfect living space

Let the options below be a guide to the different shapes and designs possible, alternatively contact us to discuss bespoke shapes and sizes of your feature conservatory. The most popular frame choice in the UK is uPVC due to its durability, low-maintenance and availability in a wide range of colours. Aluminium is also very popular, but has fewer colour options and is more expensive. Multiple roof options are available.

tHE lEAN-TO conservatory

A very popular style due to the versatility, speed of construction and cost.
The Lean-to Conservatory is the least obtrusive design due to the roof being the lowest pitch of all the options. Built from the highest quality materials it can be created uniquely to your specifications.
The lean-to could span the whole back of a property to maximise your living space or be configured to be a small porch to hang coats and store shoes, offering something for almost every home. Previous customers have chosen this design as a garden room that is conveniently attached to the house, offering a nice place to sit and enjoy panoramic views of the garden.

The Edwardian conservatory

Edwardian conservatories are extremely versatile and the most popular of all the conservatory designs, they can be used to maximise your living space or even be constructed as a free standing building when choosing the hip-back design. They complement most styles of properties, both modern and traditional. With this design you have more freedom to utilise the roof space with central down lights and external finials.

The Edwardian can be designed with floor to ceiling glass and a fully glazed roof to really maximise the views of the nature outside. The only disadvantage with this option is it can become very hot in the summer if roof blinds aren’t installed. This issue is solved by a warm roof system (explained below), which can even replace old existing conservatory roofs. 

the Edwardian gable end conservatory

With very Similar properties to the Edwardian, the Edwardian gable end type conservatories are designed with a fully glazed triangular section under the roof structure. Delivering a different style and a new way for the  light to enter your home. This vaulted or pitched ceiling option provides the feeling of height and space to the room.

Customers in the past have chosen this design with a warm roof and kept the gable apex glass, this looks stylish but also means you can enjoy the space in all seasons due to the extra thermal qualities. We can of a fully bespoke range of concepts and designs to really compliment your home with the Edwardian gable end option.

The Victorian conservatory

Victorian conservatories are perfect for more challenging locations due to the 3 or 5 facets that achieve the rounded effect, great for tight spaces. Alternatively choose this design to achieve a unique panoramic view of the garden. Both cases would enhance and create a perfect new living space.
These type of conservatories are typically installed in traditional style homes with a glass or polycarbonate roof, however with a warm roof and sky lights they would look great and complement the most modern of homes.
The windows and doors can be designed as full height glass or as in most cases be situated on a low wall usually 600mm high from the damp course. The benefit of having this low wall is that it’s possible to put a decretive window board around and have somewhere to put ornaments and pictures.  

the Victorian P-shape conservatory

Victorian P-shape conservatories combine many benefits of all the options above. They are unique in shape and perfect if your property has more space to play with or if the garden is an unusual shape. The main benefit of this shape conservatory is having the freedom to design it in many different ways and customise the roof style and pitch.

Customers in the past have opted for the victorian shaped part to have a warm roof, to situate a cosy new dining room. While having the other section with more glass, perfect to sit after a meal with a hot drink or a glass of something nice and enjoy the outside space and scenery around them.

What roof can I have on a conservatory?

GLASS CONSERVATORY ROOF

The most common option when designing a new conservatory. Glass conservatory roofs consist of argon gas (an insulating gas) filled double glazed units and a self cleaning transparent membrane (blue,clear or bronze tint) to the external pain.

Pros: Lets in the most amount of natural light. Provides the most expansive vista. The quickest to install. The most cost effective.

Cons: The lest effective option regarding sound proofing in heavy weather. Will make the conservatory very hot on strong sunny days and more cold in the winter (the argon gas mitigates the effect of heat and cold but doesn’t eliminate as well as other roof option).


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HYBRID CONSERVATORY ROOF

Hybrid conservatory roofs offer the most flexibility and bespoke options when designing a roofing system. The most common example is a flat or pitched roof where glass and other roofing products are used in unison, such as composite tiles, rubber EPDM membrane, fibreglass or lead.

Pros: The most versatile of the roofing systems. Freedom to be creative in design and material choice. Retains the outdoor character while still being functional and temperate. Better thermal efficiency than a fully glazed roof.

Cons: Has the potential of being the most expensive option depending on the material choice. Could take the longest to install depending on the choice of material. A longer lead time than a fully glazed roof.


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Warm roof

The most practical of all the roofing options a WARM roof is designed to keep the room warm in winter and cool in summer for year round comfort. This is where the market is heading as it turns a conservatory in to a permanent highly functional living space. A warm roof can be added to a new conservatory project or is perfect for conservatory roof replacement and refurbishment project or new extension.

Pros: Turns an average conservatory in to a more practical permanent living space to relax or entertain in. The most thermally efficiency roof option. The inside is given a plaster finish giving that feel of an extra room to the home. Stylish and the best sound proofing of any conservatory roof system.

Cons: On average the most expensive conservatory roof system. Takes longer to install than a glazed roof. Can’t be installed to every conservatory shape.

colour options

A wide range of colours to suit any style of home. Choose from traditional white to a striking English oak effect that makes a home look stylish and traditional.

FAQ

A conservatory is a room that is attached to a house, usually made of upvc, timber or aluminium frames with a glass or polycarbonate roof, designed to allow natural light to enter. They are typically used as a sunroom, garden room, or an additional living space for a dining room, extension to kitchens or just for your personal space.

A conservatory can add value to your home, create extra living space, provide a unique space for relaxation and entertainment, adding large openings to suit French doors or bi-folds enables you to blend in seamlessly with your outdoor space. Conservatories main contribution is to increase the amount of natural light in your home and reduce the amount of light reduced from extending off an existing room.

There are many different types of conservatories, including lean-to, Edwardian, Victorian, gable fronted, and bespoke. Each has its own unique features and benefits, and can be customized to fit the homeowner’s specific needs and budget.

The time it takes to build a conservatory depends on the size and complexity of the design, weather your planning on adding dwarf or full height walls or if your able to use an existing foundations. On average, it takes between one to six weeks to build a conservatory.

In many cases, planning permission is not required for a conservatory. However, if you live in a listed building, a conservation area, or a national park, or you wish to remove any doors leading into a conservatory from the original building you may need to obtain planning permission. It’s always best to check with your local council before starting any work.

The most common materials used to build conservatories are uPVC, timber, and aluminum. The choice of material depends on the homeowner’s preference, budget and the style of the conservatory.

The cost of a conservatory varies depending on the size, style, and materials used. On average, a conservatory can cost between £6,000 and £40,000.

Conservatories require minimal maintenance. Cleaning the glass or polycarbonate regularly and keeping the gutters clear of debris is usually all that is required.

Provided adequate heating and airflow are provided, a conservatory can be used most year round. The technology used in todays market means Double glazing and profiles used offer maximum achievable thermal insulation & coatings which helps deflect heat away during the summer & reflect heat back into the room in the winter. Also underfloor heating is another means to generate heat into the room.

Yes, conservatories can add value to a home. A well-designed conservatory that complements the style of the house can increase the home’s value and make it more attractive to potential buyers.

We are situated in Eastbourne/Hailsham & carry out conservatory installations around East Sussex, Kent & Surrey.

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