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Old glass or Polycarbonate roofs let the summer heat overpower your conservatory meaning you can’t sit in comfort due to the oppressive heat build-up. Conversely, in the cooler months, they let the heat escape. Coupled with inferior glazing or poorly fitted side frames and doors it really is a recipe for turning what can be a pleasurable space to relax into a space you can only use when the ambient temperature allows.
Let us investigate with you just what our conservatory refurbishment process can do to turn the space you have into a comfortable environment for relaxing, dining, entertaining or just enjoying regardless of what the outside weather is doing.
Mr & Mrs A from Bury St Edmunds, replacement roof, gable frame and increased size.
This customer had a Conservatory with a polycarbonate roof, It was a classic case of too hot and too cold, plus they wanted to increase the size and turn it into a room they could use all year round.
So, we increased the size of the base, used brick piers to increase the thermal efficiency and fitted a new roof with our high spec T3 glazing. The glass used in the roof has a distinctive blue hue and rejects solar radiation while retaining heat in the winter. As an added benefit it is also self-cleaning! We finished the roof of with a decorative cornice detail, as shown in our Conservatory Finishing Touches section.
Mr and Mrs R from Bury St Edmunds, new hybrid solid roof.
This customer had a polycarbonate roof and old timber frames with the classic problems that stopped them from enjoying their space in the garden all year round.
With the addition of our warm roof and new UPVc side frames and doors, they can now relax in their comfortable garden room all year round. With the addition of glazed sections, the room is light, airy and keeps the warmth in and the summer sun heat out. It is also finished off with a decorative cornice.
Miss W from Steeple Bumpstead, Haverhill
This old timber-framed tiled roof glazed extension was in need of some help.
With the addition of Chartwell green UPVc side frames and French Doors, the little tiled roof glazed extension was given a new lease of life.
Over 4 million people in the UK have a conservatory. We estimate that up to a third of those are wasted space because they are too cold to use in the winter and too hot to use in the summer. This is a tragedy for the innocent conservatory and a waste of investment! After all, a high proportion of a conservatory build cost goes into the base work and by correctly engineering the side frames, doors and roof we can turn that unusable space back into what it should have been in the first place.
Window, frame and roof advancements are happening all the time so don’t write off your existing conservatory until you’ve spoken to us. Changing the frames, glass and roof can TRANSFORM your existing conservatory into a room you can comfortably enjoy all year round. And because you already have the base, the cost might be less than you think. If you have a conservatory that needs saving call in the ‘St Edmunds Windows & Doors Conservatory Refurbishment Team’ and you could soon be enjoying your transformed conservatory all year round.
We will arrange a suitable time to come and have a look at what you have. We’ll listen to your concerns with your existing conservatory and what you would like from a new one. We’ll then talk to you about the conservatory refurbishment options and come away to put together a design for your transformed conservatory.
Once you are totally happy with the conservatory we have designed for you and you are ready to go ahead we will carefully manage the whole installation process for you. Our customer service team will be on hand at any point during the installation to answer any questions you may have and keep you informed about the progress of your conservatory installation. You will be given a dedicated Customer Service Team telephone number to use during the process.