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Modern and Traditional Conservatories
Once upon a time, conservatories were known for being cold during winter and boiling during summer. Thankfully, that’s not the case when you choose Atlantic Windows. Our conservatories use high-performance glass designed to deliver incredible energy efficiency. Every single one in our range can be tailored to your needs as well.
Using state-of-the-art materials, we’ll design a thermally efficient space and stylish space you can be proud of and use all year round – whatever the weather is doing. Your conservatory is sure to stand out when you choose from our range of styles and colours, which includes classy anthracite grey.
To find out how we can help you, get in touch. We’re proud to be registered installers for Ultraframe: the UK’s leading manufacturer of conservatory roof systems, which includes such well-known names as Livinroof, Ultraroof, and Ultrasksy. These systems feature market-leading technology and give you total control over how much glass you have, but without the need to compromise on performance.
Light and comfort, perfectly balanced.
You no longer need to feel torn between having a glass or solid roof. With Livinroof, you can enjoy the best of both worlds. Choose where you want the light to fall and enjoy a room that’s bright, cosy, and perfect for spending time in at any time of year.
High performance, tiled conservatory roofs.
Stronger than any tiled conservatory roof on the market right now, Ultraroof is a replacement system that sits on top of your frames and doors – whether they’re brand new or old. Another key differentiator is that this system requires no tie bar.
Let the light flood in.
Do you love elegant designs? Conservatories simply look better with the Ultrasky Lantern, a system designed to bring your home improvement aspirations to life. Whatever type of home you live in, the Ultrasky will enhance it and catch people’s attention.
Where do I start?
Our growing range of conservatories includes a range of attractive features, including self-cleaning glass that easily breaks down grimy deposits, acoustic dampening technology, UV filters and much more besides. We also have high-performance glass designed to reflect the sun’s rays during winter and keep warm air within during winter.
We promise to work closely with you so that we can gain essential insight that’ll help us build your ideal conservatory. Whether you want to create a space for entertaining friends, to work in, or for children to use as a playroom, we’ll design a space that’s certain to tick all of your home improvement boxes.
So, is it PVCu or uPVC?
We can see how this could be confusing. Which one should you use when these terms are used interchangeably? Both, in fact, mean the same thing. uPVC stands for unplasticised Vinyl Chloride. In the UK, this was the acronym of choice until the 1980s, at which point it was changed to PVCu. This was to ensure the term made sense in other European languages. Despite this alteration, the older form of expression can still be found in websites worldwide. So don’t worry, it still refers to the strong and long-lasting plastic used to make our high-performing windows, doors, and conservatories.
Is a conservatory cheaper than a house extension?
A conservatory built to the same size specification as an extension will, in almost all cases, be cheaper. That’s because an extension uses a wider range of materials – including bricks, concrete, and windows – to comply with UK building regulations. Contrastingly, conservatories are mostly built from glass and feature a PVCu or aluminium frame. Once we’ve made your conservatory in our factory, it will be simple and fast to assemble at your home. Why not compare the costs of both by contacting us for a free no-obligation quote?
Is it worth having a conservatory?
We’ve created conservatories for homeowners throughout Cornwall and its local areas. Our customers would probably agree that there’s no easier way to add space to a home – especially as most often, there’s no need to apply for planning permission (a process that’s known to be slow and costly).
Just think about the possibilities. You could create a lounge area for entertaining friends and family in. What about a cosy lounge to spend time in while reading a book or watching television – or even a dedicated play area for the kids, so they don’t clutter the living room with their toys.
Whatever your reason for needing extra space, share your vision with us so we can turn it into a reality. Extending your home needn’t be difficult. In fact, when you choose Atlantic Windows, it’s surprisingly easy.
Do you need planning permission for a conservatory?
In the vast majority of cases, it’s not necessary to apply for planning consent. That’s because a conservatory is viewed by a local authority as a permissible development. Certain rules exist to limit the size of such a dwelling, and your roof cannot exceed the height of that belonging to your main property.
Should your proposed structure require planning consent, we will advise you as a matter of urgency and make you aware of any necessary steps. For your reassurance, all our products meet CERTASS requirements and we will provide you with a Building Regulation Compliance Certificate after work has been completed.
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