Cousins Conservatories & Garden Buildings

Hilliers Garden Centre, Brighton Rd, Horsham, RH13 6QA

01403 255 456

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Replacement Edwardian Style Conservatory Project in Southwater, West Sussex

This bespoke Edwardian Style Conservatory installation, in Southwater, West Sussex, is a great example of how you can improve a living space. This project had two objectives. Replace the Victorian layout and poly-carbonate roof. The Edwardian layout is a more popular choice these days and our fully insulated plastered pelmet really turns a standard glass roof conservatory in to a real room. Our pelmets feature LED spot light too which really enhance the space at night. You’ll note from before and after photos how we carefully relayed the patio paving and left the property like we’d never been there. A great transformation.

Visit our conservatory display centre in Horsham, West Sussex.

Overall base size 4550mm wide by 3500mm projection
Activ Blue Climate Guard Roof Glass
Ceramic floor tiles from our standard range
Full electrics & plastering
Rosewood Suite PVCu interior / exterior
Energy rated windows to front, sides and roof
Secure by design – 16 locking points to doors – 8 locking points to windows
1 Metre deep foundations dug by hand – No heavy machinery
Fully project managed with baseworks, supplied and fully fitted by Cousins
Installed by Cousins own installers

Edwardian Style Conservatory with Eaves Lighting Pelmet - Dines

Interior Photo of New Conservatory Showing Eaves Lighting Pelmet - Dines

New Conservatory in Southwater - Dines

Replacement Conservatory in Southwater West Sussex - Dines

Here is the 6 view CAD design images

6 View CAD Drawing Edwardian Style Conservatory - Dines

Here are a couple of photos of the old conservatory

Old Conservatory that we Replaced - Dines

Old Conservatory with Polycarbonate Roof - Dines

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