What did we do?
Removing the old and leaky Victorian conservatory kick-started this transformation project, before the new layout was reconfigured around the existing concrete base - saving time and money.
By making one of the old walls smaller, new larger and longer double-glazing windows could be put in place to let more natural light flood in. Installing a set of French doors, which open onto the south-facing garden, merged the outside and inside spaces and a stylish new Hybrid roof ensured the space is warm and cosy all year round.
With the new conservatory watertight, all the electrics and plaster finishes were complete to allow the homeowner to select their own interior design theme and decorate themselves.
Black guttering was used to tie this completely new Hull conservatory in with the property’s existing appearance.
“The new conservatory looks amazing and the Hybrid roof means it’s a vast improvement on the old one, which had seen better days and was much too cold to use,” explained Diane, of Sorrel Drive in Hull.
“We did have a slight problem with a minor crack in the plaster of the roof, but EYG came to sort it immediately under our ten-year warranty and we’d definitely recommend them to other people."