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Classic and Contemporary Conservatories
You might remember the conservatories of years gone by as draughty, frigid rooms in the winter, and airless heat traps during the summer. At Adorn Windows, our stylish conservatories use only the highest quality materials, providing a secure, efficient, and stylish update to the well-loved house addition.
We use high-performance glazing and state-of-the-art materials that ensure your conservatory is energy efficient and set to maintain an even temperature no matter the weather outside, meaning you can enjoy your conservatory all year round.
Customise your conservatory to your style. With a selection of different colours and finishes for a clean, white finish or a sleek matte appearance, the choice is all yours. Benefit from the features you want with our hybrid tiled and glazed roofing options that seamlessly integrate your conservatory into your home.
Give us a call to discuss your options, and arrange a home visit where we can talk over your space. At Adorn Windows, we are registered installers of Ultraframe conservatories, covering popular roof systems like Ultraroof, Livinroof, Ultrasky, and Ultraframe. With a variety of options to choose from, we can create bespoke conservatory roofs that are both stylish and practical.
Combine natural light and comfortable living.
We don’t have a ‘one size fits all’ approach to conservatory roofs, so if you can’t decide between a solid roof and a glass roof, you don’t have to. Combine the two to create an extension of your home and enjoy both natural light and a little extra privacy with our selection of Livinroof options.
Sleek tiled conservatory roofs.
Ultraroof is a sleek and elegant solution for conservatory roofs, providing a light yet strong and durable material. It can be added to old or new window frames and doors and doesn’t require a tie bar — a stylish addition to your conservatory.
A medium for natural light
Ultrasky Lantern is an unparalleled way to enjoy natural light and with slimmer bars obstructing the roof, you can customise the design to your liking. Brighten up a dark room or simply enhance its current features with roofing that is as adaptable as your style.
The design features don’t stop there, as we have a large selection of glazing options that include UV filters, noise reduction, and self-cleaning options. Our conservatories contain high-performance glass that reflects the sun’s glare in the summer and retains heat in the winter to provide a year-round room for you to enjoy.
Our conservatories are designed with you in mind, providing you with a multifunctional space that can be used in any season, whether it’s an extension of your home, or a separate entertainment room. Organise a home visit to discuss your options for a conservatory addition or update with one of our friendly experts.
Is it uPVC or PVCu?
This is a common question we get asked, as you might see both variations used. But really, there’s no difference! uPVC or PVCu refers to unplasticised polyvinyl chloride. Both uPVC and PVCu are used because some languages place the adjective in front (like English), and some place it at the end (like many European languages). The term is interchangeable and refers to the same material that is used as a durable plastic for many of our products.
Is it worth having a conservatory?
Adding a conservatory is a personal choice, but as a popular fixture in UK homes, it’s one of the easiest ways to extend your house. Many conservatories, depending on their position, don’t need planning permission, providing a whole extra room with minimal effort on your part. How you use your conservatory is up to you; whether it’s to augment your kitchen, add in a dining area, a reading space, or to use as a playroom for children, it’s an adaptable room with no fixed purpose, that you can adapt over the years. Having a conservatory can also increase the value of your home.
Are conservatories cheaper than extensions?
Yes, they often are. This is down to the materials usually used in the building of a conservatory versus an extension. Whereas an extension may use bricks and concrete, conservatories are mostly made of glass with a PVCu or aluminium framework. While conservatory materials are still high quality, they are significantly cheaper and quicker to produce and install. Get in touch for a free, no obligation quote.
Do you need planning permission for a conservatory?
Conservatories generally fall under the “permitted development” rights of homeowners, which means that a conservatory that is not overly large and whose roof isn’t higher than your existing roof is permitted. Conservatories themselves are usually unobtrusive extensions that are in-keeping with the rest of the home and are situated at the rear where they are not within eyesight of neighbours. We are approved by CERTASS under the Building Regulation Compliance Certificate, meaning any work we carry out is certified and legal. For peace of mind, give us a call to ensure that your conservatory plans fall within the permitted development rights.
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