ORANGERY & CONSERVATORY EXTENSIONS
For more than fifty years, conservatories have been the most popular method of extending a private house. They were relatively simple to design and install, took advantage of simpler planning regulations, and consequently were not as expensive to construct as a traditional brick and tile extension.
However, traditional conservatories suffer from two major drawbacks – their insulation efficiency is compromised by the amount of glazed area, making them cold in the winter and hot in the summer, and their construction means that design variations are somewhat limited. Today, home-owners are looking not only for something a bit more special in design, but also for cost-effectiveness in both build and running costs.
Whether you are looking for a traditional-style conservatory extension, orangery, or to create a garden room connecting the interior of the house to the exterior garden space, a SIP panel conservatory extension is ideal. It not only takes advantage of the simplified planning processes afforded by modular construction, but enables the use of modern materials greatly enhancing the insulation efficiency of these extensions.
GUARDIAN CONSERVATORY EXTENSIONS
How can they solve my problem?
Guardian Conservatory Extensions are built using SIP Panels and are fabricated off site, then delivered and erected within two to three weeks, avoiding the chaos and upheaval of having builders on site for months on end. Being of modular construction, they come with insulated roof and walls, double-glazed windows and strong, steel-reinforced structures, and are an affordable alternative to a traditional brick-built structures. We can match your existing brick, render or stone walls as well as the roof tiles, so the completed room matches the rest of your house.