Gallery Self Build Conservatories UFit Conservatories

Gallery Self Build Conservatories UFit Conservatories

A collection of our customers conservatories please scroll to see all pictures.All our self build conservatories are made to measure so you can get exactly the size you require.We have helped many people overcome difficult or unusual installations.

This is a gable ended conservatory, or sometimes called a pavilion style. They give you a massive amount of interior roof space. Inside they feel very cathedral-like because of the sense of space you experience.

The gable part of the conservatory sits above the frames at the front. This can be plain glass or, as in this example, contain an internal Georgian bar design. Alternatively, the bars can be made with window frames. Although more expensive, it does look better in our opinion.

This conservatory is a good example of Georgian bars inside the conservatory unit, which matches the rest of the house. If Georgian bars are over done (i.e. too many squares), it can look very wrong.

In this conservatory the roof has been glazed with 35mm thick opal polycarbonate, which provides excellent thermal insulation and a very high reflective index to sunlight.

However, you just can’t beat the great ‘sky inside’ feeling you get from a glass conservatory roof. In very heavy rain, a glass conservatory roof is very quiet, compared to a polycarbonate one.

This gable ended DIY conservatory has had the roof glazed with standard toughened glass. It has no coating, which allows maximum light transmission.

There is an electric roof vent on the left hand side. The horizontal bar you can see is called a ‘tie bar’.

This glass-roofed conservatory is a true custom style. The rear of the house is not even — it goes around a corner. The customer also wanted a pitched roof. We solved this with a cut out box gutter that follows the brickwork at the back of the house.

This is a white full-height glass Victorian DIY conservatory. This style gives maximum light and requires minimal brickwork to the base.

The conservatory roof is glazed with opal polycarbonate. This, at first glance, looks white but gives maximum sunlight deflection. In a south facing conservatory opal polycarbonate is a good choice. Neighbouring properties are also unable to see in to your conservatory.

This light oak conservatory has a mullioned gable end on the right-hand side. Gable end, or pavillion style, conservatories generally have a ridge height of approx 3200mm. This can be altered by having a lower pitched roof, or a hipped back on the conservatory roof leading on to a box gutter.

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The light oak finish is available on both inside and outside profiles or on just the outside face.

The French doors on the front have had a high level transom specified to line up with the transom in the windows next to them.

The ground is sloping away at the front of the conservatory and the brick work at the front is higher than normal.

This white edwardian conservatory has another box gutter at the rear and along the side.The white down pipe can be seen draining into the black down pipe on the left.

This conservatories roof is also glazed with clear toughned glass.Except that on the side facing the neighbour obscure pattern glass has been used.

Inside of Bespoke Conservatory.Notice the French doors opening into the conservatory,underneath the box gutter.

Plants can be grown in a conservatory but unless the humidity is high enough you would be best with cactuses/desert plants.


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