The Edwardian conservatory is a very popular option for conservatory design. The rectangular shape not only acts like a natural extension of your home, but also allows for the maximum amount of internal space due to its square edged corners. Whether you require the room to act as a dining room, enlarged living room or playroom, this style will allow the maximum amount of furnishings to be utilised.
The Edwardian is a very versatile design; even buildings with height restrictions such as bungalows can be accommodated due to the flexible ridge design ensuring the overall look seamlessly fits with your current home.
The Victorian design is a classic and understated conservatory. The roof style is a crisp and rounded classical English design which is be suited to most housing styles. The Victorian is a popular choice as its rounded shape with faceted frontage contributes a subtle yet elegant partnership with your existing home.
All Victorian conservatories are available in our range of Artisan colour finishes and the addition of a Bi-Folding door or French Doors can be a modern enhancement to this appealing conservatory design.
The Gable conservatory is one of the most versatile designs in the range. Its uniform and simple design, which is a variation of the Edwardian, not only allows the maximum amount of living space within the conservatory, but also allows it to be neatly coupled with almost any residential house style.
Gable conservatories offer excellent scope for design inspiration, especially if a sunburst / sun rising style frontage is included. For bungalows and other height-restricted situations, a hipped-back roof with box gutter is normally supplied. All Gable conservatories are available in our range of Artisan colour finishes and the addition of a Bi-Folding door or French Doors can be a modern enhancement to this conservatory design.
The Lean-to conservatory is its universally known name however it can also be known as a Mediterranean conservatory or sometimes a Sunroom. This design is ideal to create a non-imposing, clean looking extension to your property and is often used where not much space is available under the eaves such as on a bungalow.
All Lean-to conservatories are available in our range of Artisan colour finishes and the addition of a bi-folding door or French doors can be a modern enhancement to this popular conservatory design.
The Double-Hipped conservatory is an ideal compromise between achieving style and a seamless fit with the home. The double hip as it is known means that the pitched roof appears on both sides of the conservatory extension, rather than having a flat face connecting to the house wall.
Therefore any home can be accommodated with this style as the angled roof can be used to fit onto height-restricted properties, such as bungalows. The front-facing pitched roof allows for any conservatory style to be accommodated, from Edwardian to Victorian.
Our conservatories are a tailored product. They can be built to any shape or size and can incorporate any feature you feel stays true to your design concept. The best way to appreciate this is to have a discussion with our technical teams and plan out the conservatory arrangement that works for you.
All our conservatories are available in our range of Artisan colour finishes and the addition of a Bi-folding door or French Door can be a modern enhancement to this conservatory design.
The P-Shaped conservatory is a combination of Sun lounge and either Victorian, Edwardian or Gable styled conservatory designs to create an impressive and wide-span glazed building extension.
It is completely adaptable to suit all house styles and bungalows. For bungalows and other height-restricted situations, a hipped-back roof with box gutter is normally supplied.
This style can be varied so that the spacious Sun lounge section is at either side.
Artisan colour options offer the homeowner the opportunity to personalise windows, doors and conservatories to your own taste and style.The range provides individual statement colours that instantly enhance the visual of your home from traditional greens and wood grains to contemporary blacks and cream.
The artisan colour range offers choice while still maintaining the virtually maintenance free benefits of PVCU.
Celsius Performance Glass - Part of the Global Glass range from Synseal
At the heart of the Celsius range lies tried and tested technology, specially developed by one of the world’s largest glass manufacturers, with over 35 years experience in glass production.
Thanks to products such as Celsius One and Celsius Elite, consumers are ever more aware of the benefits performance glass can bring to any conservatory. Celsius Clear completes the range by providing a performance glass solution for side-frames.
The table below gives you a clearer idea of the impressive performance of Celsius One, Celsius Elite and Celsius Clear when compared to standard glass or polycarbonate.
|Visible Light Transmission||38%||34%||61%||80%||68%|
|Toughened to BS EN 12150-1|
|Manufactured to BS EN 1279-2|
|10 year warranty against seal failure|
|Easy Clean coating|
|Blue Tint||Neutral Tint|
The figures shown above are for guide purposes only. Slight variations may occur due to glass specification, time of year, manufacturing tolerance, point of manufacture and type of instrumentation used.
This is the percentage of visible light directly transmitted through the glass.
Solar Factor: This is the percentage of total solar energy (or heat from the sun) able to pass through the glass.
U-Value: This is used to measure internal heat loss during cooler periods. The lower the number, the greater the insulation.
UV Transmission: Sun damaging UV rays are dramatically reduced, allowing greater protection of your furniture and fabrics.
Pilkington Active Blue vs Celsius One
Gale Force Test's
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