Tuesday, 23 December 2014

Conservatory Refurbishment

GardenRoom Roof Replacement Project - December 2014

When Mrs. Clark decided to replace her tired conservatory with something a little more practical and more in keeping with her house, she approached her local A New Room registered installer for a new tiled GardenRoom roof.

Existing tired conservatory

The installation was swift but very effective, taking off an old double-hipped Victorian conservatory and replacing the roof only with a stylish new GardenRoom, highly insulated for great thermal performance and complete with Velux rooflight. The existing base, windows and doors have been retained helping to keep costs down and the new ‘squared off’ Edwardian design also allows for a facet, or corner, overhang complete with downlighters.

GardenRoom Roof Replacement

Internally the Garden Room roof with its vaulted ceiling design allows natural light to flood into the room through the Velux rooflight, which also allows additional ventilation when required. To finish off the Garden room roof features a lighting pelmet with LED lights installed providing a subtle yet stunning overall effect in the room.        

A New Room

Many homeowners who have old and inefficient existing conservatories are faced with leaving these rooms unused or to upgrade them to re-discover valuable additional living space, for a modest investment. Given the flexibility of a GardenRoom, they can be a place to entertain, relax, study or even a place to leave the kids to their own devices.

Internal Lighting Pelmet

Our 'A New Room' registered installers are building an impressive reputation nationwide for conservatory replacement and refurbishment projects as well as general home extensions. It also represents the fact that an increasing number of homeowners are looking to rediscover the unused conservatory space with something far more impressive, usable all year round and highly energy efficient. The Garden Room offers an ideal solution for consumers looking to install an insulated conservatory roof onto existing window frames.

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