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Incredible conservatory transformation with Hybrid roof in Doncaster

Mr and Mrs Brown, from Hatfield, Doncaster, took the plunge and bought a Hybrid roof and new frames for their old conservatory, in order to make sure they could use it all year - without any extreme termperature fluctuations.

Replacing a conservatory roof is a no-fuss, no mess option, and suit any conservatory, whether we fitted it originally or not.

Mr and Mrs Brown's conservatory base was in a great condition so this was just a case of replacing the structure and roof, saving them some money in the process.

Why did they choose EYG?

  • Owned two conservatories in need of an update
  • Both were too hot in summer and too cold in winter
  • Wanted to use existing base to build one new conservatory
  • Wanted solid roof to replace polycarbonate one
  • Keen to use EYG’s exclusive Hybrid roof in new design

What did we do?

Sometimes we all need our own private space to relax and unwind.

At this lovely detached house in Hatfield Woodhouse, the owners enjoy matching ‘his and her’ conservatories.

Unfortunately, after 20 years’ service, one of these was no longer a place where you could sit and relax comfortably. During the design stage, it quickly became obvious that this conservatory had reached the end of its natural life.

Fortunately, the concrete base was in great condition and we used it to house a new modern Heritage Elite white uPVC conservatory, measuring 4m in width by 6m in length.

After removing and recycling the original structure, we installed the half-glazed side panels and added two sets of French doors to give the imposing new space two openings directly onto the garden and outdoor seating area.

With the homeowner keen to create a cosy and welcoming space for dining and carrying out crafts, they opted for an ultra-modern Hybrid roof – which minimises temperature fluctuations and makes your conservatory feel more like an extension.

Featuring eight glazed panels and finished in impressive anthracite grey, its white plastered interior ceiling features LED downlights which create a homely ambiance.

The finished result was so impressive the owners decided to mirror the look on their ‘other’ conservatory by replacing a plastic roof which was only five years old with the exact same luxury Hybrid version.

Now they have two beautiful spaces which are simple and understated, but super stylish.

How long did it take?

  • Whilst a lot of time was invested in designing and planning this classy conservatory in Doncaster, the fact there was no base to lay meant building the new one only took around a month to complete.
  • The additional Hybrid roof did not require planning permission and was constructed under Permitted Development rights (and retrospective Building Regulations) so that project only took a few days from start to finish too.
  • BS EN 1279
  • Fensa
  • Constructionline
  • CHAS
  • Secured by Design