Installing one of our conservatories is a fantastic way of expanding your home in Essex. These versatile glazed extensions can be used as a lounge or social space, a dining room, an office or a playroom and will connect your home and garden seamlessly. They are available in a wide range of different styles, with options for new, old, large and small homes alike.
Conservatories are defined as house extensions that are made with large double glazed panels that sit atop of a dwarf wall. With this, they are easily filled with natural light, making them the perfect living area during the summer months. However, these modern conservatories are incredibly thermally efficient, meaning they can be enjoyed right through the year.
Our conservatories are made bespoke using components supplied to us by Ultraframe. They are renowned for producing stunning conservatory accessories and enhancements, including decorative cornices, super insulated columns and perimeter pelmets. Over two million Ultraframe conservatories and extensions have been fitted nationwide, which is telling of their quality.
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One of two traditional styles of extension on offer, Victorian conservatories follow a multi-faceted design. The result is a pentagonal or hexagonal floorplan, with the maximum amount of natural light refracting into the room through the glass panels. They make for an excellent addition to an older home, as they will maintain the period charm while providing a new social space for your family.
Another traditional design revamped for modern times, Edwardian conservatories follow the conventional layout with a rectangular floorplan and hipped roof. The design makes them incredibly easy to furnish and a fantastic new dining room for you and your family in Essex. When combined with our stunning tiled conservatory roofs, they are the perfect renovation for an older property.
Lean-to conservatories are a more modest style of extension, and a therefore perfect for smaller houses. They come with a slanted, low pitched roof which means they can even be fitted to a bungalow, as they will sit beneath the roofline. They will not look overbearing even when fitted next to a more modest property and can be much more cost effective than other extension styles.
On the flip side, gable-end conservatories deliver eye-catching visuals and a touch of grandeur wherever they are installed. They come with steep, vaulted ceilings which are typically glazed and come with a range of decorative design options. They allow plenty of natural light to filter into the room below and come with a rectangular floorplan, making them easy to furnish with chairs or a dining table.
We can also produce bespoke conservatories for our customers in Essex. These are often T-shaped or P-shaped bespoke extensions, constructed by having two different conservatory styles next to each other. A common choice is our Edwardian and Victorian designs, which can be blended to form a multi-purpose and eye-catching focal point for your home in Essex.
Considered the middle-ground between a conservatory and a traditional house extension, orangeries blend brickwork with glazed panels. They are an excellent alternative to our traditional conservatories, perfect for those looking for a different style of extension. They offer enhanced privacy levels and thermal efficiency, while the brickwork will be matched to your existing home with a stylish finish.
One of many reasons why modern conservatories and orangeries are better than their predecessors is the range of colour options. We have a broad array of different finishes available here at Fitter, including the traditional white, subtle darker finishes and even woodgrains. Choose the colour you prefer to create a stunning, tailored extension. Can’t see the colour you’d prefer? Contact us directly to speak to one of our team.
A modern take on the polycarbonate conservatory roofs of old, the Ultraframe Classic Roof is a transparent roof made using stunning double glazing. The glass will allow plenty of natural light into the room below, while solar glare technology prevents UV damage. These roof systems provide the aesthetics most commonly associated with a conservatory.
These conservatory roofs are a fantastic alternative to the traditional double glazed ones. They are best suited with older properties, where the rustic tiles can have the most significant visual impact. Glass roof panels ensures that light can still filter in, while your extension will also benefit from better privacy standards. The tile panels are easy to fit and almost impenetrable.
A modern conservatory roof option, solid roofs are comprised of dark grey panels which deliver sleek and stylish aesthetics. As with our tiled alternative, these roofs also come with the glass ceiling panels, in order to allow natural light to flow into the extension. These panels are incredibly robust, weatherproof and are also easy to fit to any of our conservatories.