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If your Exeter or Devon home has small or few windows, then adding a Victorian conservatory will compensate for this with its large windows. With the additional floor space that comes with a conservatory, you will be able to entertain family and friends or simply relax next to the unobstructed view of your garden.
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Our decorative super-insulated columns provide high levels of comfort and have a U-value of only 0.15 W/m²K. Our slimline ridges are 30% slimmer than traditional ridges and come with high-performance thermal breaks to prevent cold spots and condensation.
Our conservatory roofs are BBA-approved and come with a 25-year life expectancy certificate. They have been wind-tested at speeds of up to 130mph and fire-tested by Warringtonfire. Our roofs are also capable of withstanding up to 4m of unsupported bifold or sliding doors.
Exova Warringtonfire tests our conservatory roofs to ensure compliance with fire safety. Our conservatory roofs also fully comply with the latest Building Regulations and have been pre-approved by Assent and JHAI.
Our conservatory roofs consist of a vaulted ceiling and have an internal pelmet around the perimeter. This provides a space for you to install lights or speakers in a living space that is usually difficult to light.
One of the distinctive features of Victorian conservatories is their faceted design. Our Victorian conservatories consist of both the three-facet and the five-facet Victorian conservatories. A three-facet Victorian conservatory consists of a bay front with three main windows, while a five-facet Victorian conservatory consists of a bay front with five main windows.
Whether you should get a three-facet or a five-facet Victorian conservatory depends on personal preference and the layout of your Exeter or Devon property. A three-facet looks similar to the front of a Victorian terrace house. On the other hand, a five-facet creates a smoother curve but has smaller windows.
We offer numerous customisation options for your Victorian conservatory. We can provide cornices that are curved or one-, two-, or three-tiered that are available in four standard colours and any RAL colour. Our super-insulated columns can also be added to your Victorian conservatory in different colours, panelling, and sizes for more warmth.
Our conservatory roofs can be designed with larger spans and door openings and come with different glazing options, including shaped, side-shaped, and full-length panels or a combination of all three. We also offer performance glazing that has a 1.0 W/m²K U-value and high or low light transmission and solar rejection depending on how much sun your Victorian conservatory gets.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is a Victorian conservatory?
A Victorian conservatory is the most popular conservatory style amongst homeowners in Exeter and Devon. It consists of a pitched roof and a curved bay shape.
What are Victorian conservatories made of?
Our own Victorian conservatories can be manufactured using uPVC or aluminium. uPVC is popular as it is cost-effective, hard-wearing, and customisable. On the other hand, aluminium is more expensive, but it is sturdier and more durable than uPVC. Additionally, aluminium is slimmer, which results in slimmer sightlines.
Are Victorian conservatories popular?
Yes, they are. Not only are Victorian conservatories popular, but they are also the number one choice for homeowners throughout the UK. Due to their timeless aesthetics and intricate designs, Victorian conservatories are suitable for all types of properties, from minimal and contemporary properties to traditional and heritage properties.
The pitched roof of a Victorian conservatory naturally jettisons water and debris, which means you won’t have to rake leaves and other debris off yourself. The Victorian conservatory’s eye-catching design means it will always be a timeless feature of your home. Additionally, their windows offer panoramic views of the outside.
How much are Victorian conservatories?
It is difficult to provide a price for your Victorian conservatories as the material you choose, estimated fitting time, and other factors contribute to the overall costs. The best way to get a price is to call us at 01392 547272.
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