Reverse-pitch Aluminium Lean-to Conservatory in Reading, Berks

Reverse-Pitch-Aluminium-Lead-to-Conservatory-Reading-Berks

Reverse-Pitch-Aluminium-Lead-to-Conservatory-Reading-Berks
Reverse-Pitch-Aluminium-Lead-to-Conservatory-Reading-Berks

Project Overview

  • Location: Reading, Berks
  • Project Tags: Modern, Bi-Folding Doors, Underfloor Heating
  • Customer: Mr & Mrs Hunt

Mr & Mrs Hunt decided to carry out some long overdue refurbishment to their 1980's home and contacted Crendon Conservatories to explore how they might encapsulate the garden area which gave them so much enjoyment.

A contemporary look was achieved by utilising anthracite grey aluminium frames combined with a four-part Origin bi-folding door opening out onto a yet to be completed patio area.

With full-drop windows and an overshot solar-control self-cleaning glass roof high light levels were achieved which avoided the frequent problem of light deprivation into the host building.

With energy saving glass throughout and an electrical underfloor heating system, all year round use has been achieved which enables our clients to enjoy to the full their re-modelled home.

The following team members worked on this project:

Richard Warner: Project Manager
Peter Golding: Sales and Design
Jay Cooper & Ash Anderson: Installation of Frames and Roof
Les Warner, Matt Wakelin & Ian Warner: Base Preparation and Build
Barry Smith: Electrics
Michael Moriarty: Plastering & Finish