Our combination style onservatories are available in a standard range of colour options as well as several wood effect finishes:
Some options can be mixed inside and out and all options are available with standard white inside.
As well as the colours above we can provide a conservatory in any standard RAL colour.
Our combination style conservatories are manufactured using three materials:
In terms of cost PVC-u is the least expensive followed by aluminium with hardwood generally being the more expensive option.
Before deciding absolutely on which material you choose for your conservatory it is worth looking at some of the timber look-alike features available in PVC-u.
This question can relate to a few different aspects of the roof. A conservatory can either have a translucent roof (glass or polycarbonate) or a solid roof (tiles or another form of roofing material).
In terms of cost polycarbonate will normally be the most cost effective with glass or some sort of tiled or other roofing material being of a similar cost.
Apart from cost, the type of roof material you choose should depend on several factors including which way the proposed conservatory faces in relation to the sun. The proposed use of the room should also be a deciding factor.
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Customers are welcome to request a visit to our factory, where you can have a look at how our products our made.