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Quality conservatories built to enhance your home for your enjoyment all year round.
What better way to while away the hours but in a custom-built conservatory with all the inherent strengths of the quality window and door system. Beautifully made and reassuringly strong, using robust, weather resistant components, a Direct Window Ourtlet conservatory offers you a virtually maintenance free environment in which to relax and refresh your mind.
Possibly the most popular of the four classic styles shown in this brochure, the Victorian adds style and character to both modern day and period homes.
With either a 2 or 5 facet angled front. The roof can have either Glass or Polycarbonate roof panels
An elegance that echoes the architecture of the Edwardian era. The versatility of the apex roof makes the Edwardian a style that can be designed to complement homes of all sizes
and indeed, all ages. A classic that combines traditional values with modern day technology, the Edwardian is time enduring in every sense maximising inside space with style.
This is more a square or rectangle shaped conservatory, optimising the amount of available floor area.
The roof can have either glass or polycarbonate roof panels
Tailor made with a hint of the mediterranean, the Sunlounge with its sloping roof is ideally suited for bungalows or for buildings with low eaves.
Its contemporary design can help you gain the maximum benefit from some of the smallest of spaces.
Usually sqaure or rectangle in shape.
The roof structure can either be glass, polycarbonate or a tiled roof with velux type roof windows.
Combination and Bespoke
The combination is a mix of the modern with the more traditional. Its multi-faceted structure gives it a unique style and shape that makes it different from any other room in your home.
- P-Shaped – combination of either Victorian or Edwardian coupled with sunlounge shape.
- Gable Fronted – similar to edwardian but with a triangular roof frame on front elevation
- Orangery – Similar shape to Edwardian but with brick columns separting the individual frames.
Areas We Cover for Conservatories
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CHOOSING THE RIGHT DESIGN
Before you go ahead and order, make sure that the design you’re picking is
ideally suited to match the style of your property. A well designed
conservatory should complement and enhance the look of existing
architecture. We can simulate how the chosen design will look with
the use of CAD software to help make your decision a little simpler. It’s also
worth confirming that the building materials and, in particular, the bricks
match with the existing masonry in style and colour. The positioning of doors
and number of opening windows is also worth giving careful consideration to.
And, don’t forget that you don’t have to restrict yourself to the more
conventional designs – conservatories can be tailor made to fit in, or on,
corners of your home or anywhere else come to that.
As a general rule, always try to go for the biggest size your budget will
stretch to, whilst bearing in mind that the building will need to look in
proportion to your existing property. An area of approximately nine square
metres is probably the minimum amount of room required to enjoy a
conservatory and consider the possible cost savings of a lean-to over a
period-style design if you need more space for your money.
NORTH, SOUTH, EAST or WEST?
The positioning of your conservatory will influence the ambience of the
room at particular times during the day. In general the following applies:-
North facing: Subjected to the colder side of our climate but enjoying some
South facing: The warmth of a conservatory on the sunny side of your
property will be appreciated by both people and plants. Sufficient ventilation
and shading will help to keep the room at a comfortable temperature during
really hot spells.
East facing: Benefits from early morning sun, making it an ideal breakfast.
West facing: Fairly well lit at the start of the day and benefits from the
warmth of the sun in the afternoons and evenings – perfect for entertaining and
dinner parties or simply somewhere to relax at the end of a busy day.
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