The three facet style is a classical Victorian conservatory. Its versatility and pleasing aesthetics make it suitable for almost all applications.
Similar to the Three Facet Victorian, this five faceted conservatory has a subtle rounded appearance. It offers the ideal blend of space and appearance.
Edwardian/Georgian conservatories offer a clean, simple look with strong, bold lines. The hip-fronted corners give optimum space for any given area and maximise the interior floor space.
A Gable Fronted conservatory offers a distinctive and different alternative. When combined with a steeper pitched glass roof, they offer stunning looks that are unsurpassed.
Combining a mix of Victorian and Lean-To styles, a 'P' Shape conservatory is the ideal choice for the larger conservatory. The Lean-To section can feature a gable infill frame or can be hipped back. A 'P' Shape conservatory is ideal for creating maximum space whilst maintaining a sense of proportion applicable to your existing home.
The 'T' Shape conservatory allows maximisation of space and provides an attractive symmetrical appearance. A central projection highlights the shape and creates a porch effect on the conservatory.
The utilisation of a Boxgutter Situation allows the addition of a Victorian style conservatory to an even wider range of homes. A Boxgutter enables the conservatory to abut an existing wall of your home, and to simultaneously drain the existing house roof and conservatory roof.
The Lean-To conservatory is also known as a sun room, garden room or mediterranean conservatory. They are particularly suitable for bungalows or houses with height restrictions.
Any quiet, unassuming corner can benefit from a beautiful conservatory. Corner Infill conservatories can be very cost-effective as they generally only require two external walls.
We start at the front of the house. Large tarpaulin sheets are laid out to protect your driveway.
This is the house before commencing work.
Our installation team then digs the appropriate area for the foundation of the conservatory.
The trench takes shape. The depth typically ranges from 400mm to over 1m deep, depending on your ground.
On this occasion we filled the trench with 600mm of concrete.
The stone base is then levelled.
The ''ring course'' goes in up to DPC (Damp-Proof Course) level. Two skins, constructed of regulation semi-engineering bricks and concrete block-work, are fitted to form the cavity.
Next we apply a sand-blinding layer to protect the damp-proof membrane from the hardcore. The air-brick is ducted through to the original one in the house at a later stage in the build process.
On top of the damp-proof membrane, we put a 50mm layer of thick polystyrene for warmth.
100mm of concrete is float-finished, ready for tiles or carpet to be laid on the conservatory floor.
We match your existing bricks wherever possible. On this occasion we used "London Chiltern" bricks for a seamless match.
We then carry out some finishing touches around the garden to complete the area.
The brickwork is then thoroughly cleaned using brick acid and finished with a high-pressure jet-wash.
The front of the house is then cleaned in the same way.
Finally, here is the finished conservatory.
Another beautiful addition to one of our satisfied customer's homes.
We offer conservatories in Derby, Birmingham, Leicester and the rest of the midlands, Belfast and the whole of Northern Ireland. Contact us now for a free quote.