Quintessentially British, conservatories are designed to provide an enlightening extra room that seamlessly unites home and garden spaces together. So, when old conservatory structures fall below the standard expected of them, understandably, it can really get you down.
Proudly helping East Midland homeowners get the most out of their properties, we’re sure this recent home improvement project completed in Long Eaton will provide you with valuable inspiration to get the most out of your own conservatory or create a new glazed extension right, first time around.
Spending more time at home than ever before, Mr Readyhoof had grown tired of having to ‘make-do’ with a draughty, noisy, and outdated conservatory space. So, after a trip to his closest Stormclad showroom, he was surprised to learn just how straightforward the replacement process could be with the experienced Stormclad team by his side.
Sculptured sash windows and French doors with a contemporary finish
In search of an elegant timber-look window and door system that refused to compromise on present day performance, our range of 2800 Heritage uPVC windows and French doors were ideal. The revised arrangement of one opening sash sandwiched between two fixed lite windows notably enhances natural light and ventilation, whilst the decidedly slender French doors combine a time-honoured appearance that will remain secure, strong, and efficient far into the future. Finished in the tranquil heritage colour of Chartwell Green, the existing red brick contrasts beautifully – infusing real character and charm that was decidedly lacking in its original state.