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Archive for October, 2016

Garden Bases Elin Timber Offices

Monday, October 31st, 2016

Garden and home offices classically -styled with extra design elements to create elegant usable working spaces. Available in a range of colours these building are designed to make the most of your outside space without compromising the building regulations.

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Gull Wing Conservatories

Friday, October 21st, 2016

The Gull Wing conservatory boasts a large floor area and the elegance of a Victorian roof, making it ideal for a sun lounge or garden room. If you are looking for an elegant and contemporary retreat to add to your home, then the Gull Wing or Gullwing style conservatory may be what you are looking for. More suitable for covering a wider area – perhaps the full width of your property – the distinctive ‘wings’ of the roof which fan out from the central wall plate give this conservatory model its name.

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Victorian Double Hipped Conservatory

Thursday, October 13th, 2016

The Victorian Conservatory combines traditional conservatory design with practicality as it makes the most use of the available floor space. Manufactured in a state of the art factory to the latest industry standards, this conservatory is designed to sit on a 525mm dwarf wall (bricks not included, available as an option along with a steel base, see below) and has been especially designed with a DIYer in mind. The window panels are glazed in the factory and no screws or drilling is required.

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Steel Base Dwarf Walls and Window Conservatory

Monday, October 10th, 2016

A good conservatory needs to be built on a solid foundation – as solid as steel – in fact!
Steel conservatory bases get rid of all what we talked about, as well as any long wait for your concrete mix to set. Also the added advantages of being able to install a steel conservatory base when temperatures are low, or weather conditions are wet. So you can forget waiting around for the right weather!

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How do you control the heating or temperature in your conservatories?

Wednesday, October 5th, 2016

If youre like many and have a standard conservatory with no built-in heating system and standard windows (without the fantastic Pilkington glass) you open the windows and doors to the outside when it is too hot, and an internal door to transfer heat from your home when its too cold.

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