Conservatory built in Sheffield, 2002

A room with a view

Get that indoor-outdoor feeling.

Decide on what shape and size then leave the rest to us.

Typically if your property has been built within the last 5 years some housing developers specify you notify them of the alterations you are making to the new property and get their consent.

Planning permission is not generally required but it is always advisable to seek advice from local authority.

It is not always possible to find the exact brick or stone of the property, so the closest match is an ideal solution.

A correct dig typically down to the depth of the existing property ensures a solid foundation on which to erect the framework of the glass.

For access, an opening has to be made consisting of installing a rsj or lintels sat on concrete pad stones for crushing strength.

Down to personal choice, French doors, patio doors can be fitted between the conservatory and the property. You must obtain planning permission in order to have an open thoroughfare from your house into the conservatory as this is classed as an extension to the property. Success of obtaining such permission is also dependent on how thermally isolated it is from the rest of the house.

We will ensure that all the surface water is correctly piped to a drain.

Typical conservatory designs:

  • Victorian
  • Edwardian
  • Georgian
  • Standard Rectagonal
  • Hexagonal

If you would like a free no obligation quote regarding conservatories from an experienced builder then by all means contact us.

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