Gable Ended conservatories, are sure to enhance your home, giving a sophisticated look with gable type frontages offering excellent light and space.
With rectangular footprints and “flush” or gable fronts, Gable Ended conservatories offer similar maximisation of floor space to the Edwardian conservatory.
The design can be unobtrusive but has the little extra details that give that previously mentioned extra sophistication.
By selective use of infill panels you can recreate the look and feel of a traditional sunroom, alternatively by using dwarf wall brickwork the conservatory can be made to appear as a seamless addition to the home, giving your conservatory a more “permanent” look – something that has always been there.
Options for full glass walls will surely make your pavilion conservatory light and airy, but may need to be covered with vertical or horizontal blinds to help modify the amount of light entering the conservatory.
As with all modern conservatories security is to a high standard with tempered safety glass as standard, multi- point locking doors and windows.
Underfloor heating is being used to great effect in conservatories as it can be fitted during construction and provides that extra bit of comfort for the long British winter.
Unobtrusive and cost efficient, underfloor heating is well worth considering during the planning stages.