Our August customer of the month bought an Edwardian style conservatory and he was certainly delighted with the finished product.
One of our most popular conservatory choices, the Edwardian style is spacious, providing the perfect extension to your home.
Mr Gerry Johnson based in Chesterfield has completed the build of his Edwardian conservatory, and you’ll see from the pictures how much more space this has provided him with.
A new room to relax in, and a real sun trap looking on to their garden.
This conservatory is actually built on the side of the house as oppose to the back, showing just how flexible we can be when it comes to tailoring the specifications to your needs.
And if your considering adding extra space to your house then why not consider a DIY conservatory.
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The Project Technical Specifications
As each conservatory is bespoke to the customer and their requirements, we take the time to work out the exact technical specifications surrounding the design and build.
|Conservatory Type||7315mm x 4267mm (made to measure to customer's requirements)|
|Base Type||Traditional Brick Base|
|Glazing||Low E Glass, 24mm Activ Neutral Glass for the roof|
|Colour||White Handles, White PVCu|
|Planning Permission||Planning Permission was not required for this size|
Therefore, the Edwardian conservatory design for our customer Gerry was unique, as having a conservatory gutter was a core requirement.
Here at ConservatoryLand you can choose from a range of conservatory guttering systems, working with us to ensure you find the conservatory guttering solution that’s right for you.
In Mr Johnson’s case, the conservatory box gutter was to be used to collect the rainwater that would gather between the conservatory and his house.
And that is exactly what we manufactured and supplied for the build.
A key challenge with adding the gutter however, was that its measurements needed to be exact ensuring the box gutter, which attached to the main house, remained water tight.
The outcome – we managed to ensure the gutter was the perfect fit.
The Installation Process
On this occasion, the customer hired a local handyman to do the job of installing for him.
Although often the best part of the process is seeing the finished project that you have built, some of our customers call on the help of a local handyman to assist if they are are short on time to do it themselves.
The finished images that our customer has shared really show how the build was a real success!
Looking at their Edwardian conservatory pictures, you can see how the glass roof maximises the light in the room.
Creating a real sense of openness.
It’s nice to see the conservatory interior too, showing that they’ve made the most of their additional space.
The light wicker furniture helps maximise the feeling of space, whilst splitting the area into two defined sections uses the space to its full potential.
And what better way to make the most of your extension than by including a cinema – such a great idea!
Whilst also sharing photos of his Edwardian conservatory, Gerry provided feedback on the whole process.
Mr Johnson shared, “The conservatory part of our project is now complete and we are delighted with it and the service that ConservatoryLand gave us. Our Sales Advisor Will, was very helpful (and patient) all along the way and with his advice we were able to get to the final design relatively easily and painlessly. We live close to their headquarters so were able to go to see them a few times when required. It is a large conservatory so I had help from a local handyman to ensure it was complete in time. There were a few minor issues but ConservatoryLand were always available on the phone with advice. It arrived bang on time, fitted together fine and we feel was good value for money.”
If this customer story was enough to make you want your very own conservatory, why not request a quote for free today.
And you too could be sharing your completed conservatory pictures with us very soon.