- Strip foundation at least 600mm deep fully re-inforced
- 4″ Hardcore, sand blind 1:1 damp proof membrane
- 4″ Under floor insulation
- 4″ Concrete trowel smooth
- Fully insulated double skin brickwork
- A-Rated glass to all frames as standard
- Choices of design
- Self cleaning Activ Glassroof options
- 25mm Poly carbonate roof options
- Hybrid orangery roof options
- Supalite tiled roof options
- All internal works, including electrics & plastering
- Floor coverings and skirting boards
- All ground works fully re-instated
- If planning permission is required, The process is taken care of by EnergySeal
- Choice of glass roof options and specifications
- Choice of polycarbonate roof options
- Choice of floor tiles or laminate flooring
- Window ventilation
- Roof lights
- Tie bars
- Choice of full electrics pack, sockets & fans etc
- Options for conservatory and or window blinds
- Rain water products
- Fanlights and coloured glass
- Enhanced shoot bolt and door security lock systems
- Low mobility thresholds
- Bi-fold doors
- Many different heating options
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A gable-fronted conservatory adds a sense of grandeur to any home. Featuring the same rectangular floor space as a Georgian, a gable offers excellent use of internal space.
The front panel of the roof remains upright rather than sloping back, to create a feeling of greater height within the conservatory.
A flat-fronted style that offers excellent use of floor space due to the square or rectangular internal shape. Its sloping roof and contemporary style is suited to the majority of properties.
A popular style distinguished by a faceted front, giving a curved appearance. A particular favourite with period properties, however its clean lines make this a winner on any type of home.
A P-Shape can combine a Lean-To and a Victorian to create a versatile and visually stunning open space. Due to the proportions needed, this style is better suited to larger properties, giving an impressive result.
For properties with little room under the eaves or for those homeowners that prefer a clean simple look, a Lean-To conservatory is the ideal choice. The pitch of the roof can be varied, making this a versatile and ever-popular option.
The ‘original’ conservatory style, a Lantern ensures drama and grandeur. Distinguished by the two-tired feature roof, the height within a Lantern adds an extra dimension to the feeling of light and space. A popular choice for swimming pool enclosures.
As with the P-Shape, this style is more suited to larger properties. A combination style that’s distinguished by a central projection that can either be a Victorian, Gable or Georgian. A T-Shape offers a large and versatile floor space and is an impressive addition to any home.