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Anthracite Grey Conservatory in Keyworth, Nottingham

Conservatories have become the ‘go to’ home improvement for East Midland’s homeowners who like the idea of balmy summer nights spent on the patio and cosy winter nights cuddled up in the warm, beautifully framed by the night sky.

So, if you want to get the most out of outside areas, whilst adding essential space, light, and kerb appeal, here is another recent example of our exquisite craftsmanship and attention to detail.

Pain Points

With a growing family, space was the biggest issue here. Working with a modestly sized garden and interior, a custom conservatory design was agreed. To get the most out of the location, an open-corner style Deceuninck sliding patio door arrangement was chosen to really let the outside in.

The Solution

Black conservatory with glass roof

Modern Anthracite Grey Conservatory

With a more contemporary design in mind, attractive Anthracite Grey frames were chosen alongside a sophisticated LivinRoof pelmet and a decorative cornice gutter. Able to achieve impressive U-values, the highly insulating internal pelmet provides a place where lights can be installed which simply would not be possible with a standard conservatory structure. A matching entrance door is also incorporated on to the side of the structure, for absolute ease of access.

Does anthracite grey go with black?

A chalky & earthy tone, anthracite grey is very dark and is near-black. Anthracite grey is more of an alternative to black and creates a sophisticated softer finish, compared to black. It can also look slightly warmer and more naturalistic as it has more of a green-gray hint.

What is the RAL number for anthracite grey?

RAL colours are used to identify standard colors for varnish, powder coating, and plastics. It is the most popular Central European colour standard used in architecture, construction, and road safety. RAL 7016, is the number used to identify “Anthracite Grey”.

What colour is anthracite grey?

Anthracite itself is a form of coal used in thermal power stations for generating electricity. The name Anthracite grey originates from this and is a popular choice in furniture, home decor, and graphic design projects.

Gleaming SMARTGLASS® Ultra 86 conservatory roofing system

Effectively reducing glare, controlling extreme temperatures, and remaining low maintenance thanks to proactive self-cleaning glass, the thermally sound Ultraframe glazed roof is supported by highly-insulative solid walls, as well as high performance windows and doors.

The Results

The customer commented:

“This is the second time that we have had work done by Stormclad and on both occasions they have delivered outstanding service and quality. This time they built a new conservatory. The quality of work is phenomenal, and the customer service is second to none.

Would thoroughly recommend to all. We will definitely make use of their services again in the future. Thank you John, Steve, Tony, Mark, Lee, Kev and Ollie for the amazing work – the conservatory has transformed our living space!”

Grey conservatory installation

From classic to contemporary conservatory design and everything else in between, book your FREE design consultation or contact the Stormclad team today to discuss your home improvement needs further with a seasoned team of experts who truly care.

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