Location: Bracknell, Berkshire
In order to fill an awkward space at the rear of this property in Bracknell, Berkshire, our Designer came up with the idea of adding a Conservatory.
We produced 3D drawings to show our client what the Conservatory would look like.
A white, uPVC Conservatory was chosen with French doors leading out in to the garden. The doors and windows are finished with chrome furniture and fitted with internal white blinds.
The roof is fitted with two electric roof vents for ventilation and active neutral self-cleaning glass. This is perfect for roofs. Rainwater lands on the glass which has a transparent coating that reacts with UV rays. The rainwater spreads evenly over the glass and washes any dirt away.
Our client is absolutely delighted with the end result! The ‘before’ photo in the gallery above really helps to see how the space has been used to its full potential.
You may also be interested in readin our blog, ‘What Planning Permission Do I Need to Build a Conservatory?‘ and ‘What Is The Difference Between a Conservatory and an Orangery?‘
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