Conservatories, Orangeries, Verandas, Glass Extensions in Haslemere


Adding a Conservatory, orangery, veranda or any other glass extension to your home in the Haslemere area not only adds value to your property but also is a relatively low cost and easy way to extend your living space. There are so many choices available and we have the flexibility and experience to help you get what is best for you
 

We provide impartial advice and access to a number of recommended conservatory, orangery and extension suppliers in the Hazlemere area and indeed nationwide. To help you get the most from your new conservatory, veranda, orangery or glass extension you will be given all the guidance and support you require be it helping choose the ideal location that will maximise your enjoyment of your new living space, deciding on the best size and layout, deciding on the best materials and structure, deciding on the best interior, help with landscaping the garden around the extension etc etc


The whole project will be managed for you from start to finish, including applying for Planning Permission if required


Conservatory - extension structure of glass with plastic, aluminium or wood frame that tradionally was based around certain styles such as Victorion, Georgian, P shaped, Gable ended, lean to etc. Nowadays a consevatory can be built of almost any shape


Veranda - a great alternative to the conservatory is the veranda that involves no solid walls and lots of glass and awnings etc. The veranda offers a protective pocket on your terrace or other outside area where you can be protected from hot or cold weather. When equipped with additional options, such as heating and light you get year-round- function.  The Veranda looks stunning, coming with a choice of a number of colours to suit your requirements be they green, grey, white or others.


Orangery - extension structure with a glass roof lantern and less glass in the walls than a conservatory. Often providing a very nice room with high ceilings and lots of light. They are becoming more popular than conservatories as the reduction in proportion of glas in the walls often provides a more stable environment (less extreme temperatures)


Glass Extension - Usually a glass extension has a high proportion of glass and mimimal framework. Often incoporating bifolding doors or similar


Extension - a traditional extension to a property of brick or whatever materials match the property best and utlising normal windows and a solid roof

 

P shaped conservatory
3D Drawing of proposed conservatory
Extension
2 level extension