Conservatories add light and space
Adding a conservatory in Colchester from Spectrum onto your home immediately offers the extra room, light and space you have always dreamed of, as well as being both practical and enjoyable.
A conservatory will provide a versatile space that can be used in so many ways and can also be the least expensive and easiest way of adding space to your home. Incredibly versatile, a conservatory can be anything you want it to be – create a relaxing living area where you can shut off from the hustle and bustle of family life; a dining room to entertain friends and family; a play area for the children; a private home office or even a luxury kitchen.
And don’t forget the outdoors – a conservatory can also allow you to get the most out your garden. Even on a cold day you can still enjoy being closer to nature, extending your summer throughout the year.
A Conservatory adds value to your home
A conservatory could also add significant value to your home too. According to a recent survey from the online bank Egg, a conservatory could add, on average an extra £11,000 to the value of your home and as conservatories continue to grow in popularity (see channel4.com/money/feature), a new conservatory from Spectrum will enhance your property in Essex even further, making it more desirable to future purchasers.
Use a Spectrum conservtory all year round
To make sure you get the most out of your conservatory, the conservatory environment – temperature, airflow and solar gain – is crucial, and Trinity Conservatories carefully design their conservatories to ensure premium comfort.
For example, by using our SMARTGLASS Utimate range, which is specifically developed for UK weather conditions, ensures that solar heat is kept out in summer whilst maintaining warmth from heating appliances in winter. Plus, patented ventilation systems such as trickle ventilation ensures that the air continues to circulate, minimising condensation.
So, relax and enjoy your winter garden as if it were summer, take pleasure in the vibrant colours that the British spring and autumn bring to our gardens or sit with a chilled drink in the warmer summer months. A conservatory from Spectrum offers the most thermally efficient on the market, ensuring that you’ll be comfortable in your conservatory all year round.
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Spectum Glazing are conservatory and double glazing specialists. Based in Brightlingsea, we fit modern glazing solutions, including windows and doors, across throughout the Colchester area. Contact us for a free, no-obligation price or use our conservatory, door and window online quoting engines.
What we do
Staff at Spectrum Glazing have over twenty years experience in the supply, manufacture and installation; of windows, doors and conservatories. We will ensure that we use our double glazing expertise to ensure that your home improvement project is firstly priced competitively and then installed with the minimum of fuss. Contact us today for a free on obligation and pressure free quotation.
Speccturm are not into flash sales or BOGOF offers and we’ll never ask you to sign up today. We’re the company committed to delivering quality windows, doors and conservatories at everyday affordable prices with no double glazing sales gimmicks or pressure sales.
Tiled Roofed Conservatories
Conservatories with tiled conservatory roofs are becoming increasingly more popular here in Colchester. A stark visual difference from glazed or polycarbonate systems, Spectrums Ultraroof takes an extension’s visual appeal to the next level while offering its own unique perks and benefits. Our tiled conservatory roofs can visually benefit both modern and traditional properties here in the Colchester area.
Contemporary Grey Conservatory
Spectrum Glazing are proud installers of the high quality Livinroof system. A solid conservatory roof variant, they provide a range of practical benefits for homeowners across Colchester. All the while, the Livinroof is stunning aesthetically, aiding the visual appeal of all styles of conservatories that we offer homeowners across the Essex area.
As a solid alternative, the Livinroof delivers many of the same benefits as our tiled conservatory roofs. They allow for better privacy and home security standards, while full length glazed panels or roof windows ensure the extensions retain their light and airy feel. Despite all this, the Livinroof is easy to install thanks to the patented Speedlock system and lightweight design.
Slim-lined Aluminium Conservatory
Choose Spectrums aluminium Ultrasky conservatory if you want a system that combines modern styling with natural light to create a beautiful warm and glazed extension. Strength is the secret behind Ultrasky’s success.
A stronger, thermally efficient ridge means fewer bars are needed drawing more light into the room. The Ultrasky roof extends to the eaves beam, rather than a flat roof, and uses the internal pelmet and external cornice to create a beautiful orangery roof style.
Our lantern conservatory roof is compatible with our structural goal post and works with large spans of glass or bi-folding aluminium doors – resulting in uninterrupted views and a stunning conservatory design.
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