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Installation of the Month

Gable L Shaped

This gable design makes the maximum use of space with a very attractive roof design. Note how the client has specified plenty of opening windows, essential for the summer months. The top fanlights have bevelled stained glass units to complete the grand feel of the room. Read More

Nice angle on a lovely installation

This is simple and elegant. Although a white conservatory was required the client was very specific in wanting hardwood frames. Ourselves and the clients are both delighted with the look of the conservatory. The georgian fanlights and glass roof really look classy. Read More

The Lean To is not dead

We hate to call them Lean To conservatories but have to admit that a simple leaning roof can still look as good as any other design on the right property. Generally bigger is better as with this recent installation. Read More

Cottage Conservatory

Even for older properties, a sympathetic design will ensure that the conservatory adds to both house and cottage garden. Read More

Wood effect looks so real

If you do not wish to have white PVC frames, a world of colour is now available. Without paying the extra for a special paint process which allows for any RAL colour, we have three standard options. Rosewood as shown, Light Oak and Green. All of these can be offered as white internally should you prefer. Read More

Stoned Love…………

The natural stone used for this is a Supreme match (sorry!) making the installation a rather elegant addition, despite being a basic lean to design. It goes to show that curves and hipped roofs are not always the best way to design a conservatory, providing attention is paid to the detail. Read More

Conservatory of the year 2

The pictures do not really do this conservatory justice. The house and garden are really lovely and make a conservatory leading from one to the other a natural improvement. There is even a secret garden leading from a rear section of the conservatory, a first for Admiral!… Read More

Conservatory of the year

We installed some lovely conservatories in 2006 but we think that this is the nicest. Website limitations mean we can only show one installation photograph per Conservatory of the Month…….so we intend to make the inside of this one Februarys COM and the outside the featured conservatory for March. Read More

The missing link

Clever design enables one room to be linked to another by using a conservatory. This always adds more value than a regular build leading off a single room. In this case, the conservatory links one part of the house to the other creating a through route that was not available prior to the project completion. The ground floor layout is altogether more satisfactory to them and any furure purchaser of the property. Read More

Clever use of the garage

This conservatory was cleverly designed to make use of the space available by utilising the garage wall within the design. Of course, we had to build up and insulate the wall so that the heat loss was minimised in order to comply with building regulations. The plastered finish and door through to the garage make the conservatory look less of an add-on and more like an integral part of the house. An example of how employing a good designer (ours come free!) can save money as well as add value to your home. Read More