SD Glazing are specialists in conservatory installations thoughout London and the U.K.
A conservatory can considerably enhance the appearance and value of your property. Adding an extra room creates useful living space while at the same time opening your home to the garden.
Superb weather resistance and sound proofing enable you and your family to enjoy the benefits of natural light all year round. It really is a room with a view!
Alternatively, if your work premises require extra space, why not consider having a conservatory made specifically for your needs.
Below are a list of the popular styles of conservatoires:
Opting for an Edwardian conservatory design offers you a square or rectangular shaped conservatory, with straight lines, a flat front and an apex roof. This type of conservatory is designed to maximise your internal floor space and comes replete with an intricate roof style.
Perfect for modern or traditional homes, the Edwardian design can be adapted to reflect the existing style of your property.
Offered in a square or rectangular shape, the Gable Front conservatory has straight lines and a roof where each side rises to meet in the centre. The front of the conservatory rises to an apex, with the ridge running to the wall of your home.
The pitch of the conservatory can also be aligned with your home’s gable and customised further with a stained glass design, Georgian bars or leading, creating an incredibly bright, airy and sophisticated living space.
If you’re looking for heaps of space to spread your wings and enjoy some well deserved family time, the Gullwing conservatory offers a large floor area and an elegant Victorian roof. This unique design also has angled corners that face away from the house.
This adaptable design is suitable for most properties – large or small, single or multi-storey – and can even be built along the full width of your home, which is the ideal solution if you want to create even more space.
If it’s versatility you seek, a Sunlounge conservatory, otherwise known as a garden room or lean-to, can be installed almost anywhere. Its delectably modest design includes a single sloped roof, with this conservatory and its bi-fold doors the perfect way to open up your home to your garden.
Whether it’s placed in a corner or spanning the length of your home, the Sunlounge can be as simple or intricate as you like, and can be fitted under first floor window ledges or right up to the eaves of the house.
If you have a more traditional home, the Victorian design is an ideal fit, with its multifaceted front contributing to its magnificent curve. For a more pronounced profile, the three-bell shape is best, with the five-bell model offering a rounded bay front with doors leading to the garden.
For contemporary homes, we can design a Victorian conservatory to mesh with modern exteriors. This typically involves adding dwarf walls to the side of the structure, offering ledges for decorative bits and pieces, as well as installing glass down to the floor to complete the contemporary look.
If you’re looking for something a little more unique and have a vision of what your new conservatory would ideally look like, the opportunity exists to build it to your own specifications and make your dream a tangible reality.
Working with our designers, you can make the most of your new conservatory, regardless of size or shape. We can even combine different styles if that’s what it takes to give you the conservatory you’ve always envisioned.
While we pride ourselves on the quality of our conservatories and our unrivalled workmanship, we can also send our team of trained technicians to fix any leaks, broken windows or damaged mechanisms in your conservatory – even if it was installed by another company.
If anything is beyond repair, whether it’s timber, PVCu or Aluminium, we can replace it and guarantee the work for 12 months. Need help? Make an appointment with one of our technical assessors now.
If you’d like to talk to a member of the team about a new conservatory, or if you require further information about a repair, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us today – we’d be delighted to help.