We offer an extensive range of conservatories from a simple mono-pitch to much more complicated and bespoke designs. Our speciality is designing and installing conservatories, which many companies may avoid. Our design surveyors are extremely experienced and are therefore rarely short on ideas to design conservatories in unusual and challenging circumstances.
This timeless design has long been a favourite due to the soft lines created by its faceted corners. This classic design will make a graceful addition to any home.
If maximising space is a priority then the Edwardian Conservatory fits the bill. The square floor area offers the most space for your investment, whilst the hipped roof retains an elegant appeal.
Often called a lean-to, this traditional style conservatory can be used when the back wall height is an issue or a simple but attractive design is the order of the day.
Our conservatory designs are not restricted to just the classic designs. We can create many interesting designs, by combining various styles and creating a completely bespoke conservatory to suit all properties and circumstances.
The ‘P’ or ‘L’ shape conservatory combines one of the classic shapes with a mono-pitch roof. This flexible style is often used when access to the main area of the conservatory is not naturally available from the adjacent room in the house.
At Creative View Clacton, we offer Solid Roof Conservatories. Having a solid roof conservatory ensures that your beloved conservatory is insulated so you are able to use it throughout the cold months of the year. Not only does a solid roof conservatory offer you warmth in the colder months, it also keeps you cool in the warmer months.
As the name might suggest our COSY Roof 365 is designed in order that you can use your conservatory or glazed extension 365 days of the year. This super-insulated solid conservatory roof system can be used either as a replacement for traditional conservatories or as part of a complete new build.
SOME FEATURES OF THE COSY ROOF:
Being in your beloved house but slowly out growing it isn’t fun. So instead of moving, why not add extra value to your home and expand into a Solid Roof Conservatory. With a range of projects that we have completed in Colchester and Clacton, there is nothing that we will not be able to complete.
This revolutionary roofing system puts warmth and light at the heart of your crossover orangery/conservatory design. Guaranteed for ten years, the market’s strongest glazed roof allows the light to flood your new room all year round.
The strong thermally insulated ridge at the centre of every URBANroom design reduces the need for multiple bars to maximise the amount of glass, creating the perfect living space whether you’re entertaining, relaxing with your family, or having a cosy night in.
The URBANroom is an orangery/conservatory crossover which offers all the benefits of an orangery design but closer to a conservatory budget.
In most circumstances conservatories are regarded as ‘Permitted Development’. Under normal planning rules, the building can cover the full back wall of your house and project up to 4 metres on a detached house or 3 metres on a semi-detached. We have created an article about planning permission, and this may help you iron out some of the unknowns.
Conservatories have been traditionally exempt from building regulations as they are regarded as ‘non-habitable rooms. Today’s buildings, however, can be built with more brickwork and solid roofs and often require building control. The government have a great website that can provide you with more information, www.gov.uk/building-regulations-approval.