This is a Parallel Victorian Conservatory installed for a customer in Handcross, West Sussex. This building features Activ Blue climate guard roof glazing to help keep the heat in the Winter and heat out in the Summer, creating a building that can be used all year round. We also replaced some sliding patio doors with a new wall and new UPVc energy rated windows. See all pictures below.
Overall base size 5950 wide by 4000mm projection
Activ Blue Climate Guard Roof
600mm dwarf wall
Ceramic floor tiles from our standard range
White Diamond Suite PVCu
Plaster finished interior
Energy rated windows to sides and roof
Secure by design – 16 locking points to doors – 8 locking points to windows
Code four lead flashing
1 Metre deep foundations dug by hand – No heavy machinery
Fully project managed with baseworks, supplied and fully fitted by Cousins
The customer sent us this amazing finished photo once they had started using the new space that we created for them.
Using our CAD system we designed this Conservatory and as part our free estimate sent the design showing what it looks like from 6 different angles.
This was the old original building that we carefully removed from site.
From a different view this shows how the conservatory really complements the house. Even matching the existing White PVCu windows.
On this internal shot you can see the Pilkington Active Blue glass in full effect.
See if you can spot the family pet in this picture!
The three quarter high wall at the back gives extra storage space.
This view from the conservatory to the garden is amazing!
The view from the bottom of the garden.
We always recommend having plenty of ventilation in your conservatory for those warm summer days. As you can see this conservatory has plenty of opening fanlight windows.
We also fitted a step into the garden from the conservatory as you can see here it blends in really well with the surrounding garden.
This is the garden viewed from the conservatory doors. What a view!
Sliding doors / Window Replacement
The customer also wanted the old style patio doors removed and replaced with some brickwork and a window.
This is the CAD drawing of the replacement window.
The finished result, you couldn’t even tell there used to be a door here!