CONSERVATORIES
Bringing Innovation to your Renovation

Conservatories are a great way to create space and add value on to your home, whilst also giving you easy access and great views into your garden. Conservatories can be used for a whole host of different reasons, whether that be as an extra living area or a dining area for example.

At Shard Renovations Ltd, we pride ourselves on providing a great service and giving our customers complete control on how they would like their projects to look, and this is no different with our conservatory service. Our teams are friendly and knowledgeable of conservatory installation, and are always happy to answer questions and converse with the customer over how exactly they wish for their conservatory to be completed. As a business, we have over 30 years of experience renovating properties, and installing conservatories, including Victorian, Edwardian, Orangeries and lean-to-type conservatories to name a few. You can therefore have trust that the service you are requiring will be done to the highest standard, and in a professional and cost effective way.

Conservatories

Conservatories are a great way to make the most of your garden whatever the weather. Shard Renovations Ltd are experts in creating the conservatory you are looking for. Conservatories are a luxurious addition that adds value to your home whilst providing an enjoyable social area all year round. With Shard Renovations Ltd offering conservatories at affordable prices everybody can afford to add that little bit of luxury to their lives.

Orangeries

Orangeries are built with a perimeter roof and suspended roof lantern / glass lantern. The orangery itself is a bespoke structure which can be designed to fit onto a property even if space is limited. Orangeries can be constructed as a kitchen extension, living room extension or as a structure to connect two properties. Conservatories and Orangeries are different but have many similarities, the main difference is that a conservatory roof is connected directly to the side-framing, whereas an orangery has a flat roof element. Both orangeries and conservatories may have brickwork sections or piers as part of the side structure, but it is more common for these to be a significant part of the structure within an orangery.

Energy Saving

On average 25% or 30% of heat from a home can be lost through the windows. Just one single pane of glass, unprotected, can lose up to ten times more heat than an insulated wall of the same size.

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