Refurbish your existing conservatory
Many exisiting conservatories were installed ten or twenty years ago when product specifications were not designed to be energy efficient and climate control never considered to be important.
Most of these structures now look tired, dated and are often shut off from the main home as they are too expensive to heat in the winter and become a sauna in summer. With a thin polycarbonate roof they are often a dark place to sit with limited natural light whilst the lack of any heat retaining glass to the windows and door allows any generated heat to escape through the glass to the outside.
Replace your tired conservatory with a brand new one.
We can design a cost-effective replacement conservatory that will use the existing base and create a thermally efficient extra room that will extend your permanent living space all year round.
Your new conservatory will include thermally efficient upvc profiles combined with 1.1 U-value solar control double glazing for the windows and doors to help block solar gain in the summer but retain your valuable heat in the winter. The roof will be upgraded to 1.0 U-value self cleaning Staycool solar control double glazing that not only reflects 78% of direct solar heat but also blocks 90% of damaging UV rays so your furnishings are protected too.
As your replacement conservatory will use the existing base and brickwork there should be no planning permission issues so demolition of the old structure and installation of the new one can be undertaken with the minimum delay.
Add new design features
There are many ways to improve the design and appearance of the existing structure to add the WOW factor to your replacement conservatory including:
Conservatories are now available in an extended wood grain colour range that includes chartwell light green shown. Other colour such as black, cream, grey, Irish oak and fir green are also available.
When John Long from Halifax, West Yorkshire decided his 15 year old upvc conservatory was past it's best he turned to us to provide an updated design that would utilise his existing base.
Here are the photos John supplied with his original enquiry...
With the help of a local installer who took down the existing conservatory and installed the new one in it's place John now has the benefit of the latest solar control glass roof instead of the old polycarbonate making the room much more useable all year round.
Here is the finished conservatory so you can see what a difference it could make to your existing conservatory.
The cost effective solution to refurbish your existing conservatory
As your replacement conservatory will sit on the original base there are no construction costs to worry about so it is simply the cost of the new conservatory and any installer costs, unless of course, you intend to install the replacement yourself.
To get a no-obligation quote simply call us with the external brickwork size of your old conservatory and tell us which features you would like to incorporate in the replacement or fill out our online conservatory enquiry form.