Aluminium Edwardian with Livin Room Section in Tring

Aluminium Edwardian with Livin Room Section in Tring

Aluminium Edwardian with Livin Room Section in Tring
Aluminium Edwardian with Livin Room Section in Tring

Project Overview

  • Location: Tring, Hertfordshire
  • Project Tags: Traditional, Bi-Folding Doors
  • Customer: Mr & Mrs Cooper

Mr & Mrs Cooper came to Crendon Conservatories in late 2014 looking to create an additional living space at the rear of their property.

After a consultation with our team, the Coopers opted for a traditional Edwardian style conservatory with an aluminium Ultraframe roof. 

The Coopers specified having two full height brick walls on both sides of the conservatory, giving it the feel of a solid detention to the property. This required matching the complicated brickwork to that of the rest of the house, which we were more than happy to put our efforts towards.

The aluminium Ultraframe roof gives the conservatory incredible durability and the slender frame offers maximum light to get into the property, whilst the blue tinted glass helps regulate the temperature through insulation and reflection; making the room usable all year round.

This, coupled with the Livin Room features installed give the room much more thermal efficiency than a standard conservatory, as well as giving the room a dynamic, living room feel with the internal plastered framework.

The following team members worked on this project

Richard Warner: Project Management
Peter Golding: Sales Management
Sam Morgan & Michael Moriarty: Plastering and Finishing
Jay Cooper & Ash Anderson: Installation of Frames and Roof
Les Warner, Matt Wakelin & Ian Warner: Base Preparation and Build
Barry Smith: Electric