Conservatories are one of the most popular home improvements and are also widely used in leisure facilities such as restaurants and bars, providing valuable extra space and a pleasant environment.
VEKA and Halo windows and doors are used with a choice of roofing systems to create attractive and functional environments in a wide range of styles and configurations.
A minimum of 5 angular sides with a 3 or 5 facet roof is available in a variety of sizes and finishes to suit your home.
The 'P' Victorian
A flexible style for those who want to create an even larger living space and add more value to your home.
Normally square or rectangular available in a variety of sizes and finishes to complement your home.
Square or rectangular, with the classic pitched roof system.
The advantages for homeowners include:
Multipurpose extra space, which can be used as a traditional garden room, a dining room, play room, sitting room, study or even a kitchen
Can add value to your property and make it easier to sell with greater kerb appeal
A pleasant and enjoyable light filled and relaxing room
To create the best conservatory, a number of factors need to be carefully considered:
Size and scale and whether planning consent is required, including specialist requirements for conservation areas and listed buildings
Orientation, especially south and north facing locations
Appropriate heating, cooling and ventilation to make the room useable all year round
Security, as conservatories are potentially a “weak point” in the home defence system
Choice of window design including whether al windows open, options for coloured glass top lights and options for contemporary coloured window profiles such as light grey for modern homes
In commercial and public access spaces, all of the above plus a wide range of technical, safety and performance issues, need to be addressed for a successful installation.