When integrating a conservatory into a home it is imperative that it looks like natural addition to the property, rather than something that has been retrospectively fitted. We would say that this stunning black coloured conservatory has definitely satisfied the necessary goal. The first job was to source some bricks for the base of the structure that matched the styling of the bricks within the existing building. They when needed to formulate a finish similar to the finish applied to the windows of the house, saying that, the internal black finish on the roofing system works really well against the white décor.
The front face of the conservatory consists of a series of windows and several can be opened using the trusted tilt & turn motion. Being able to create a number of window openings presents so many opportunities in terms of ventilation. Those sleek frames in the roof aid the views above as there’s an abundance of glass. A further key feature of the design is the French doors which have been appropriate furnished with some elegant hardware. Not only will they open out the conservatory to the outdoors, but they will also keep the extension protected from the threat posed by thieves as they contain sophisticated multi-point locking systems.
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