The Gullwing offers a new twist to an old style, and it looks great in just about any context.
The furthest corners are shaped like a bird’s wing – hence the name – and a Gullwing can be built to the full length of your home for maximum impact and space.
The Half-Gullwing has just one shaped corner rather than two and is ideal for homes with high walls.
We can show you examples of your chosen conservatory – as well as samples of floor tiles or timber finishes – but now there’s a better way to get a real feel for the project before it’s built. We’ll create a fully immersive, 3D digital model using the photographs we take when we visit to survey your home. Choose finishes and details and we’ll add them to the model.
Yes. We have several solutions to this problem, from installing a very efficient climate control system to installing an insulated roofing system. One of our assessors will be able to advise the best solution for your property.
Yes. Converting a glass or polycarbonate conservatory roof to a solid roof is deemed as the creation of an extension, so a building warrant is always required.
That depends on the size of the conservatory and what shape of roof you have. Typically all roof conversions are completed within the week. However follow on trades such as ames taping, plastering, decoration and electrics will be required to complete the project.
Some conservatories may not be able to withstand the weight of a new solid roof. Our technical assessors have been trained to identify whether your conservatory is suitable and can advise you during their visit. A Structural Engineering Report is always required as part of the building warrant process, giving you piece of mind that the new structure will be there to last.
A build-up of moss and algae is very common, yet it can cause problems with leaks and draughts. Our premium cleaning service ensures your conservatory will sparkle once again.