Traditional Edwardian with Livin Room Section in Aylesbury

Traditional Edwardian with Livin Room Section in Aylesbury

Traditional Edwardian with Livin Room Section in Aylesbury

Project Overview

  • Location: Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire
  • Project Tags: Modern, Livin Room, Bi-Folding Doors, Underfloor Heating
  • Customer: Mr & Mrs Woodwood

Mr & Mrs Woodward approached us in late 2014 looking to extend their living space with a room that could be used throughout the year and provide convenient access to their garden.

Following a consultation with our design team, the Woodwards decided on a uPVC Livin Room style conservatory with a large set of four-part aluminium bi-folding doors, opening up onto their garden.

Crendon Conservatories was able to make use of their existing garden wall and incorporate it into seamlessly into the design of the conservatory. This, along with the matching brick piers either side of the doors give the whole conservatory a much more stable feel, as though it belongs to the house. 

The entire project achieves the aim of bringing large amounts of light in to the property through way of the large Ultraframe roof coupled with the wide bi-folding doors, really giving the room an ambient feel in all weathers. 

The following team members worked on this project

Richard Warner: Project Management
Peter Golding: Sales and Design
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