Relax in the comfort of your very own traditional Victorian conservatory
Victorian conservatories are inspired by the attractive and traditional architecture of the Victorian period. Incorporating modern energy saving technology and security measures, Victorian conservatories are the ideal purchase for those looking to add character to their Hemel Hempstead home.
As to be expected from Hertfordshire’s most recommended Which Trusted Trader, we offer a leading service for our bespoke Victorian conservatory range. Each conservatory is truly unique and purpose built for your Hemel Hempstead home. Our Victorian conservatories are available in a range of stunning colours, ensuring they complement the existing aesthetics of your home.
Invest in a Victorian conservatory, maximise the natural light entering your home and enjoy scenic views of your garden every day.
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Rest assure that technology has improved vastly since the Victorians were building conservatories. The combination of our ultra lightweight conservatory frames and thermally focused glass units are the perfect combination for maximising the energy efficiency of each conservatory.
Thanks to the quality of the materials used, and our experience in designing and building of bespoke Victorian conservatories, your new conservatory will be at the perfect temperature all year round. Leaving you with the simple task of enjoying the additional space whatever the weather.
We use specially treated thermally focused glass in each of the sealed units. Ensuring that heat is retained through the winter months, and cleverly ventilated during the summer.
Each glass unit has a high density rubber sealant around the perimeter, including the corners. Maximising the performance of each window.
Further to this, the frame is constructed from internally reinforced uPVC. Constructed from size optimised chambers to trap air and create a thermal barrier within the conservatory.
Victorian conservatories are designed to increase the security of Hemel Hempstead homes. Thanks to a smart combination of materials used, design and build quality.
Have you ever stopped to ask yourself just what a conservatory consists of security wise? A second back door and added double glazed units for starters.
Each individual glazed unit used to create these stunning conservatories are structurally reinforced and fitted with strengthened glass. We fit intelligent multi point locking systems to the door of your conservatory, for increased security.
The lock design we use has been subjected to a series of rigorous tests, eliminating potential weak points and increasing the overall performance of your conservatory.
Our dedicated team of conservatory installers have the experience and motivation needed to ensure that your conservatory is built to the best possible standard. To improve the security of your conservatory, we can fit automatic security lights and upgrade the hardware on the windows and doors.
The construction of any conservatory is a big task. Our team have erected hundreds of conservatories, completed all required training and have the experience in working with all types of properties.
Insulating Windows are proud to be Hertfordshire’s most recommended Which Trusted Trader approved conservatory installer.
Before any work takes place, a couple of our team members will arrange an appropriate time to survey the site. Once all the boxes have been ticked and you are happy to go ahead with the Victorian conservatory installation, you will be assigned a dedicated projects manager who is responsible for ensuring the work runs smoothly and you are kept up to date with all developments.
If you have any questions about the build, they will be more than happy to oblige. Our team work diligently, quietly and respectfully. Aiming to cause minimal disturbance when completing the work. We will ensure the building area is left safe and clean of debris every day.
In the majority of cases adding a conservatory to your home does not require planning permission, subject to certain limits and conditions.
If no more than half of the available land around the original house is taken up by the structure, and it consists of just a ground floor, then you will not need planning permission. In the rare cases where planning permission is required, we are more than happy to assist with the requesting of planning permission.