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Conservatory for the Youngs

This was an interesting job, and the end result is astounding. We had to go back to put a floor screed in, because as you can see, there are 3 good size openings going into the conservatory. With the house floor slightly running out of level from one end to the other, laying a floor screed was the best option to ensure that all the floors meet at the openings. The double glazed units all have internal blinds fitted between the 2 panes of glass. These are controlled by...

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Our Latest Project – Conservatory with Guardian Warm Roof

In this particular project, we have built a conservatory with the installation of a Guardian Warm Roof. This type of roof is state of the art and is made with top spec plastic. The window company that G. King Construction work closely with have been keeping themselves busy recently with converting traditional roofs of old, tired conservatories with this new Guardian Warm Roof. The major benefit of this type of roof is that it helps a conservatory keep heat in the winter and prevents conservat...

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How to Make Use of Your Conservatory Throughout the Year

I’m here to argue that a conservatory isn’t just for the summer months. A conservatory can and should be throughout the whole year, not just when the weather has improved. Make the most out of your space all year round with these possibilities: And remember, if you’re looking for more information about conservatories and are in the Stoke-on-Trent area, give Graham a call on 01782 641 499 or 07714 116 093 to discuss further.

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Conservatory vs Orangery – What’s the Difference?

Here at G. King Construction, we specialise in conservatories and orangeries. But one question we often receive is: “What exactly is the difference between a conservatory and an orangery?” Hopefully this post will not only teach you the difference between the two, but which one is right for your home. The difference between a conservatory and an orangery is to do with base work, quantity of glass and style of roof. This post will look at these differences in more depth.