In Sidcup, space can occasionally be hard to come by and if you need more at your property, it might be too expensive to move. That’s why at Fitter Windows, we install a variety of conservatories and extensions that can connect your home to your garden. Whether you use your space as a playroom, dining room or just an area you can enjoy the garden, it’s entirely up to you.
Our customers get to design the best extension style for their property. Each style we offer provides a variety of different benefits to your Sidcup home. If you have limited garden space, want to add two extra rooms, or you just want an area for storage, we have the right conservatory for you.
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The Victorian Conservatory style is one of the most popular designs installed at Sidcup homes. This design is influenced by the architecture of the Victorian period. Created with our uPVC profile, you’ll enjoy all the benefits modern uPVC provides, such as improved thermal capabilities, security and more.
The multi-faceted design of this glazed extension offers the London homeowner a pentagonal or hexagonal floorplan. The large panels will flood your home with the gorgeous London sunshine, offering you a space you can enjoy whatever the season.
Although it looks like a traditional design, this conservatory suits every type of property. In older homes, it offers an excellent way of maintaining period charm which isn’t solely limited to them. In more modern homes, this extension is a great way of adding character.
The Edwardian Conservatory is another design which takes inspiration from another era, in this case, the Edwardian era. Similar to the Victorian style, this extension fits every Sidcup property. The rectangular floorplan provides you with a space where you can easily position your furniture.
This extension can be enhanced further and turned into an area you can enjoy throughout the year with a tiled conservatory roof. This system brings character to your London home and will blend seamlessly into the architecture of your home, providing an authentic look.
Add a taste of the Mediterranean to your Sidcup home with the Lean-To Conservatory. This design, nicknamed the ‘Mediterannean Conservatory’, is ideal at properties where garden space is limited. The Lean-To’s slanted, low-pitched roof makes it ideal for properties such as bungalows where it can sit beneath the roofline. The design isn’t overbearing, even at the smallest of London properties.
The Gable-End Conservatory has an eye-catching design that will add value and class to your Sidcup home. The steep vaulted ceilings and large glazing panels will allow light to flood your London home. Our Gable-End design puts you in the driver’s seat and lets you pick from a range of decorative features to get the best fit. The rectangular floorplan of this extension makes it easy to furnish.
At Fitter Windows, we appreciate that not all traditional conservatory styles will suit every Sidcup home. That’s why we offer the bespoke design. This extension can create a T or a P shape and unlike traditional styles, incorporates a range of different designs (such as the Victorian or Edwardian) to create the extension.
By choosing the bespoke conservatory, you’ll have an extension that offers multiple uses. Instead of a standard glazed extension that only offers one new space, you can have several living spaces to enjoy.
An Orangery offers the Sidcup homeowner with increased privacy than a standard conservatory. Made from brick, this extension blends seamlessly into the architecture of your home and offers improved thermal capabilities. We provide our London customers with an orangery bespoke made for their home. As well as looking visually pleasing, this extension is a great way of increasing the kerb value of your property.
A conservatory roof is a great way of breathing life into an old conservatory that needs TLC or will turn a new one into an extension that can be used year-round. We offer the Sidcup homeowner three different replacement roof styles: Glazed Roof, Tiled Roof & Solid Roof.
The Glazed Roof is a great alternative to the polycarbonate roof and a much more efficient solution. This design has been popular in homes across Sidcup for more than three decades, letting the homeowner flood their extension with the gorgeous London sun. The glass used within the design will keep heat in and keep out any harsh U-V Rays.
We install the Ultraframe Classic Roof, a transparent system that is fitted on top of our uPVC profile. The glazing lets you enjoy the sky year-round from the comfort of indoors.
The Tiled Roof is much more practical than standard glass, with the tiles blending seamlessly into the architecture. This roofing system can either maintain the character of a property or add it. Large panels of glazing can be incorporated into the design, allowing you to enjoy the night sky from indoors. This lightweight system can easily be fitted onto existing window and door frames, making it the perfect replacement roof.
The tiled conservatory roof has been manufactured with the homeowner in mind. This system is tried and tested and has been designed to cope with the snow-loads and changeable weather in your area. No matter what is happening outside, you’ll be able to enjoy the peace of mind that comes with knowing your home is protected.
The Solid Roof uses dark grey panels to bring a sleek and stylish look to your home. This system uses the best of glazed roofing and polycarbonate to offer you a space that can be enjoyed throughout the year, even in the cold winters or warm summers.
The Bromley homeowner can opt for glazing panels within the roof, letting them bask in the glorious sunshine. The robust and weatherproof panels are easy to fit onto any glazed extension.
If you choose Fitter Windows for your installation, you’ll benefit from both a great product matched by a great service. Our team has been carrying out quality installations across Sidcup, London, Essex, Kent & the south-east of England for many years. We know that the double glazing industry has a reputation for pushing a hard sell, which is why we opt for a fresher approach, giving our customer a friendly service. That’s why when you buy a double glazing product, you’ll be getting the best fit for your property.