Rejuvenating a tired conservatory space doesn’t necessarily mean spending a fortune or having to take valuable time off work to keep an eye on its progression. It can be a seamless, straightforward process, if you choose the right home improvement company to begin with of course.
As thousands of East Midlands homeowners look forward to the launch of the latest Green Homes Grant in September, we thought it the perfect time to share the following case study, recently completed in the south east Leicestershire village of Houghton-on-the-Hill.
After a visit to their closest Stormclad showroom, this discerning customer fell in love with the smooth and stylish simplicity that our range of 2500 chamfered uPVC windows and matching inline sliding patio doors had to offer. Opting for peaceful Chartwell Green outside and immaculate white frames inside, dual colour frames provide greater flexibility – perfect for freshening up neutral interiors and creating exteriors that really ‘pop’, without detracting from the original character of the building.
Searching for an effective way to blend the revitalised conservatory space with the rest of the property, without having to go to the trouble of building a full extension, we fulfilled the customers wishes by adding sturdy dwarf walls to the existing base. Fluently matching the original property’s brickwork, the previous conservatory structure quickly became a distant memory.
Gorgeous Glazed Conservatory Roof Replacement
Another concern addressed with this installation was the age-old ‘too hot in summer, too cold in winter’ issue that affects so many old conservatory spaces across the East Midlands. Making the most of the natural light, the inefficient polycarbonate roof was replaced with the industry leading Ultraframe lean-to roof and 4S neutral thermal control glass. Delivering fantastic solar control and self-cleaning features, this Leicestershire family can now look forward to a low-maintenance conservatory that remains cool in summer and warm and cosy throughout the winter months.