We fit and install a wide range of uPVC conservatories across London. All of our conservatories are fully customisable in various styles, colours and hardware choices.
Conservatories can make great extensions for your home with their abundance of natural light. By acting as an extension they can also add value to your property. Modern construction techniques now mean a conservatory is an affordable option for any home.
Orangeries tend to make for the best type of conservatory extension as they are built to match the existing brickwork of your property so they blend in seamlessly. They offer a bright and airy alternative to a standard brick extension and can add value to your property.
VICTORIAN & GEORGIAN
The Victorian conservatory is probably the most popular conservatory design with our customers, with its imposing bayfront, steeply pitched roof and ornate ridge details. Our Ultraframe Victorian conservatory is a market-leading product, with classic aesthetics and a contemporary profile.
Also very popular is the Georgian design, with its simple layouts, they make a perfect dining area, with their square shape very spatially efficient. They have high sloping roofs and large window panes which let in maximum light.
Our talented installation team are trained to install our Ultraframe Victorian and Georgian conservatories. Give us a call today about your conservatory installation 0203 105 5111
P-Shaped is a combination of lean-to and Victorian styles. This style offers vast space and light and can be three or five faceted.
The T-shaped style works very well in larger homes with a long back garden facing wall. They are the biggest type of conservatory we offer, with lots of customisations to make them bespoke to clients. T-Shaped are big enough that they can even have an added porch area.
Well suited to smaller homes and bungalows, whilst still using our Ultraframe methods. A lean-to conservatory extension can create much-needed space whilst adding value to your property.
A gable end conservatory has a Georgian look, with a square or rectangular layout with an upright roof. Different to the standard sloping roof this traditional design fits in very well with many of London’s period properties.
These are a modern alternative to a standard brick extension. They allow more light in than traditional brick yet have a high thermal efficiency with our A* rated double glazing.