UPVC Conservatories Sutton Coldfield

For any home improvements, it is important to find the right company to carry out the work on your behalf. At Graham Hunt and Sons Ltd, we have more than thirty years of experience in delivering home improvements projects in the Sutton Coldfield area, including installing UPVC conservatories.
If you are looking to extend the living space of your home, adding a conservatory could be the perfect solution for you. As well as adding extra living space to your home in an aesthetically pleasing way, a conservatory can also provide you with a wide range of benefits, for example:

  • Enjoying your garden all year round from the comfort of inside your home – in the winter you can look into the garden from the warmth, and in the summer, a conservatory collects heat all day, so it continues to be warm well into the night
  • A conservatory allows you to benefit from a large amount of natural light, more so than traditional brick extensions
  • Conservatories can often be built without first obtaining planning permission
  • In many cases, adding a conservatory can add value to your home should you decide to sell it in the future, particularly if it is south facing

Regardless of your reasons, choosing to add a conservatory to your home could prove to be an extremely valuable investment.

No matter what style of building your home is, we can provide a wide range of traditional and contemporary conservatory designs to suit your tastes, for example:

  • Victorian – A Victorian conservatory compliments most styles of property and is one of the most frequently seen designs. It is distinguished by its steeply pitched roof and typically, 3 or 5 panel front facets
  • Georgian – This is a similar style to the Victorian, but features a flat front as opposed to the angled front of the Victorian style
  • Gable – A Gable end conservatory is ideal for older properties, featuring a square floor plan like the Georgian style, but with a vertical front roof section
  • Lean to – Lean to conservatories, commonly known as sunrooms are ideal for homes where the roof has low eaves, for example a bungalow
  • P Shape – A P shape or combination conservatory incorporates two styles, such as the lean to and Georgian designs. This style provides more space and flexibility, particularly if the garden presents obstacles

If you are not sure which style of conservatory is right for you, our experts are always happy to work with you to create a bespoke solution that will suit your requirements in terms of size and design.

If you are based in the Sutton Coldfield area and are looking to extend your home, or would simply like some more information on the styles of conservatory that we can provide, why not give us a call on 0121 357 8229 or email us at info@grahamhuntandsonsltd.co.uk to see what we can do for you.