At Fitter Windows, we offer several different glazed extensions, such as conservatories, to our customers in Dartford. This extension will offer more space to your home without having to move, increasing the value of your property.
The use of your brand new conservatory is completely up to you. Whether you want to have a seamless connection from your home to your garden, have a new lounge space, music room or an office, it’s entirely up to you.
The Kent homeowner can make their choice from a selection of conservatory styles. Each one offers varying features and benefits. If space is limited at your property, or if you have lots of room to extend, we will offer a design that meets your specifications.
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The Victorian Conservatory uses the influence of the Victorian era to provide an extension that can provide a modern performance. This design is popular amongst the Dartford homeowner, adding value to their property and some character.
Using a multi-faceted design, this conservatory has a pentagonal or hexagonal floorplan. The glazing panels used within the design lets your flood your conservatory with the beautiful Kent sunshine.
A Victorian Conservatory can complement any home. This extension fits perfectly at period properties, maintaining the period charm. However, it works equally as well as new builds, giving the homeowner a new social space to enjoy.
The Edwardian Conservatory is another conservatory design that is influenced by traditional architecture. Like the Victorian design, this style has been modified to offer a modern performance and fit perfectly at any Dartford home.
By using a rectangular floorplan, the Kent homeowner can easily furnish their extension. Many Fitter Windows customers use the rectangular space as a new dining room for their property.
This glazed extension can be fitted with a tiled conservatory roof. This further adds to the character of your property, giving you an authentic-looking extension that blends seamlessly into the rest of your home.
A Lean-To Conservatory is suitable at Dartford properties where there is limited garden.
A popular extension in the Mediterranean, this extension features a slanted, low-pitched roof. This makes this glazed extension perfect for bungalows, as it can sit beneath the roofline.
This conservatory design is not overbearing, even at the smallest Kent properties.
The Gable-End Conservatory is an eye-catching design, letting the Dartford homeowner add some class to their property.
Created with steep, vaulted ceilings, the gable-end conservatory is usually glazed, letting the Kent homeowner benefit from the beautiful sunshine.
The Gable-End design can be decorated with several extra features and the rectangular floor plan makes it easy to furnish.
We appreciate that some Dartford homeowners will want a conservatory that fits the needs of their home and the requirements they have set. That’s why at Fitter Windows, we can install a bespoke conservatory.
This design is usally in a T or P Shape. Unlike a normal conservatory, this extension incorporates two different styles, usually a Victorian or Edwardian design, and puts them next to each other.
In doing so, we can offer a multi-purpose eye-catching focal point for your Kent home.
The Orangery extension uses more brickwork than a traditional uPVC conservatory.
Its design blends into the architecture of your Dartford home to offer more privacy and improved thermal capabilities.
An orangery is bespoke made for your Dartford home, complementing the existing property. As well as looking good, our orangeries will increase the kerb value of your property.
Replacement conservatory roofs can be used on both existing conservatories that need some tender-loving-care, or the perfect finishing touch for new extensions. The Dartford homeowner can choose from three different roof styles for their property; the Glazed Roof, Tiled Roof & Solid Roof.
A Glazed roof is a modern alternative to the old polycarbonate roof, and much more effective.
This style is one of the most popular amongst the Dartford and Kent homeowner, using a design that has only improved over the past 30-years.
We fit the Ultraframe Classic Roof profile, a transparent roof system manufactured with modern double glazing. The glazing within the roof will let you enjoy the beauty of the Kent sun from the comfort of your conservatory. Solar glare technology is incorporated within the glazing to prevent UV damage from harsh rays.
This allows the homeowner to enjoy their conservatory or extension in every season, not just the summer.
The Tiled Roof is an alternative to the glazed roof. This style is suited to older, more classic properties, but not limited to them. The rustic tiles blend in with your Dartford home. They will maintain the existing character of your home or add character where needed.
Glazing panels can be incorporated into the design, flooding your extension with the glorious Kent sunshine. As this design is lightweight, it can be easily fitted onto existing window and door frames, making it perfect for replacing old conservatory roofs.
The tiled roof conservatory roof has been created with your home in mind: Our tiled roof has been tried and tested to cope with the changeable wind and rain within your area. When bad weather does occur, you won’t have to worry about the comfort or quality of your extension being compromised.
The Solid Roof brings a sleek, stylish appearance to any Dartford home. The dark grey panels turn your extension into a space that can only be used certain times of the year to a space you’ll enjoy throughout the year.
Glazing panels can be incorporated within the design, so you can flood your Kent conservatory with natural light. The panels are robust and weatherproof, making them easy to fit onto any conservatory.
By choosing a new conservatory or extension from Fitter Windows, you’ll enjoy both the best product and the best service. We’ve been installing our stand-out double glazing in homes across Dartford, Kent, Essex, London & the south-east of England. We understand that the double glazing industry can have a reputation for a hard sell, which is why we opt to offer our customers a friendlier, fresher approach. That’s why when you buy a double glazing product, you’ll be getting the best fit for your property.