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VICTORIAN: 3 FACET Conservatory

600mm Dwarf Wall Conservatory

Full Height Glass Conservatory

Full Height Raised Panels Conservatory

Victorian 3 Facet Conservatory:

One of the most beautiful and classical English designs is the Victorian 3 Facet Conservatory. It has a look of antiquity and style that gives that much-desired window to the world. This particular style will fit appropriately to any house or bungalow, adding value and practicality with a polycarbonate roofing system.

VICTORIAN: 3 FACET TILED ROOF CONSERVATORY

600mm Dwarf Wall Conservatory

Full Height Glass Conservatory

VICTORIAN: 3 FACET DOUBLE HIPPED WITH BOX GUTTER CONSERVATORY

600mm Dwarf Wall Conservatory

Full Height Glass Conservatory

Full Height Raised Panels Conservatory

Victorian 3 Facet Double Hipped With Box Gutter Conservatory:

The Victorian 3 Facet Double Hipped With Box Gutter Conservatory will give a similar appearance as the 3 Facet, but with the more pronounced and boxed gutter system mounted on the roof trims for more desirable rain management and a very attractive appearance. This style is adaptable to any size house.

 

VICTORIAN: 5 FACET CONSERVATORY

600mm Dwarf Wall Conservatory

Full Height Glass Conservatory

Full Height Raised Panels Conservatory

Victorian 5 Facet Conservatory:

This feature in the roof design of a Victorian Conservatory gives another added dimension to the projection of the structure, allowing more space for the floor plan and a very smooth appealing look for those who enjoy curvatures to their living space. As the projection increases with the width so does the price, yet it is a surprisingly economical home enhancement.

The Victorian 5 Facet Conservatory:

The Victorian 5 Facet Conservatory offers a curvaceous theme with the added space from the extra two panels that are added giving even more room for living and letting the light of the world into the house. A variation on bases can also be chosen with a brick base or a base with floor window for improved ventilation.

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New Government Guidance for Working in Homes during Lockdown

The latest announcement from Certass Competent Persons Scheme has said that external works on conservatories, glazed extensions, etc. can be carried out, as long as there is a thermal divide and you can maintain social distancing.

Non-essential replacement and installation works inside occupied homes should not be undertaken during lockdown.