A Look at our Conservatories

How elegance reigns supreme with our high-quality conservatories

One of our completed conservatories.

Elegant: one of our traditional style conservatories with a pitched roof.

Spring is fast approaching. With summertime being months away, there is a chance to enjoy the lighter nights and watch the sun going down. With one of our conservatories, one can sit back and relax in the sunlight without leaving the house. Or one could watch the rain beat upon its double glazed windows.

Though we are better known for our wooden windows and sash windows, we at Chartwell offer the same high-quality service and workmanship for our conservatories. Using a brick base, double glazed windows and uPVC frames, we can offer conservatories in a range of traditional or modern designs. Whatever suits your taste in design and budget, we at Chartwell can work around your plans.

We can offer conservatories with pitched roofs (as seen in our featured image) and lean-to roofs, as well as French doors. As standard, the brick base (from floor level to skirting board level) is used as our favoured design option. Like our double glazing installations, our conservatories are designed to last a lifetime.

Furthermore, our conservatories can be designed for all-year-round use. Your conservatory could be an extra room in the house, ideal for entertaining guests and relaxing. It can also add value to your home and offer a fresh view of your back garden. From the comfort of your favourite chair, you can watch the birds going about their merry way.

Our gallery includes a selection of conservatories that we have installed. We have had numerous happy customers who have added space and value to their home. If you wish to join our many satisfied customers, why not give us a call? For a free no-obligation quote, telephone us on 01798 815570, or send an email to chartwellwindows[at]btconnect.com. We will be delighted to help you.

Chartwell Wooden Windows, 15 March 2016.

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