Gable end conservatories add a sense of grandeur to any home.
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A new gable-end conservatory from MPN can add real grandeur to your home. With a gable end conservatory style, the front of the roof of the conservatory doesn't slope back to the centre. Instead, the front of the conservatory stays upright, like the end of a house. This is where the gable-end conservatory style gets its name from.
Rectangular or square in size a gable end conservatory is like a Georgian conservatory and works really well particularly with older properties. The height of the front gable gives your new conservatory a feeling of space whilst adding a grand and stunning piece of architecture to your home both inside and out.
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Your gable-end conservatory from MPN can be glazed with the latest tiled roof, glass roof technology or polycarbonate, which can be upgraded to higher thicknesses which makes for a warm, draft-free conservatory that will compliment your home and look great for years to come.
A popular gable-end conservatory style option with our customers across South Wales is extra brickwork, this could be a three-quarter or full-height wall on one side to integrate the conservatory in even more with the property. Whatever option you choose, our gable end conservatories are a grand and majestic option for modern or period houses of any size and never fail to impress your friends.
We are able to offer advice and guidance on the decision-making process so that the result is a stunning tiled roof conservatory that perfectly suits the style of your home and your requirements.
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Our conservatories are completely bespoke to you. All styles, shapes and colours creating the perfect space for your home.
Yes, by adding a glazed extension such as a conservatory to your home you are adding extra living space, and this will potentially add value to your home. The amount of value a conservatory will add to your home depends on various factors including the quality of the products used, the size of the conservatory, and how well it complements your home - all of which we can discuss with you during our free design consultations.
How long a conservatory will last will depend on many factors, but at MPN Conservatory World you can be assured that we use the the highest quality materials and installation by our in-house tradesmen. Factors that may indicate that it's time to think about upgrading or replacing your conservatory could include leaking, condensation, damage, and big variations in temperature throughout the year.
Glass conservatory roofs are very good if you are looking to enhance your living space with plenty of natural light and enjoy views of the sky above. There are many choices of high-performance glazing that can be used in glass conservatory roofs to ensure thermal efficiency, as well as providing other benefits such as self-cleaning.
Conservatories often fall under Permitted Development, which means you can build them without Planning Permission. As long as the conservatory doesn't exceed four metres in height and is no higher than your home's roof you should be able to build it without Planning Permission but you should always check with your local building control officer at the local council for the rules in your area.
Yes you can remove the doors between your home and your conservatory but doing this means that you will need Building Regulation approval, we can help you with this process.
We offer conservatories in all of the standard window colours so that they will match the windows on your home. We can also create conservatories in ANY colour so if you want something a bit different, just ask.
The bars on an the conservatory roofs are made from UPVC which on some systems is clad in aluminium. The roof can be glazed with either glass, solid panels or a solid roof system with tiles and glass. Some older conservatories may be glazed with a plastic sheeting material called polycarbonate.
Yes, it will always need foundations to create a solid base structure on which to build the conservatory and ensure it is structurally sound.
There are 4 main steps to building a conservatory, these include: 1. Preparation of the foundations and base. 2. The building of any brickwork such as dwarf walls or brick pillars. 3. Installation of the windows and doors. 4. Installation of the roof.
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