The Double-Hipped conservatory is an ideal compromise between achieving style and a seamless fit with the home. The double hip as it is known means that the pitched roof appears on both sides of the conservatory extension, rather than having a flat face connecting to the house wall.
Therefore any home can be accommodated with this style as the angled roof can be used to fit onto height-restricted properties, such as bungalows. The front-facing pitched roof allows for any conservatory style to be accommodated, from Edwardian to Victorian.
We can also convert your existing Double Hipped Conservatory to insulate it far more than it currently is. If you feel that your conservatory is too hot in summer or too cold in winter we can make a real difference for you, by adding a space age insulation blanket and installing internal decorative UPVC cladding. This to prevents against heat in the summer, and provides maximum insulation from cold transfer in the winter, our roof insulation this will also reduce unwanted rain and traffic noise see our start to finish installation.
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