Edwardian Style Conservatory in Haddenham

Edwardian Style Conservatory in Haddenham

Edwardian Style Conservatory in Haddenham
Edwardian Style Conservatory in Haddenham
Edwardian Style Conservatory in Haddenham
Edwardian Style Conservatory in Haddenham

Project Overview

  • Location: Haddenham, Buckinghamshire
  • Project Tags: Traditional
  • Customer: Mr & Mrs Kuhrt

Mr & Mrs Kuhrt approached Crendon Conservatories in March 2012 looking to extend their living space with a room that could be used all the year round and also provide convenient access to and from the garden.

The conservatory would also be accessed from the house via two separate sets of French doors, making it more of a thoroughfare than normal. After initial consultation, it was decided to go with a traditional white UPVC Edwardian style conservatory.

Because of the sunny aspect of the rear of the house, tinted blue active glass was used to make more the conservatory fully insulated and protected from the full force of the sun in the summer. Wall mounted heating was also installed to make it a more comfortable room in the winter, and we sourced and fitted the floor tiles which would make this room durable and low maintenance.

Finally, we were also happy to be able to supply and fit a new set of French doors leading from the house to the conservatory.

The following team members worked on this project

Richard Warner: Project Management
Les Warner: Groundworks
Phil Mott: Electrics
Steve Howitt & Mike Noden: Fitting
Keith Handshaw: Plastering