Increase your property’s space and value with a modern conservatory
Conservatories have come a long way in recent years. Gone are the times when conservatories were too hot in the summer and too cold in the winter – thanks to advances in glass and uPVC technology our modern conservatories are perfect living spaces all year round.
Modern conservatories now represent a very real and affordable way to extend a property, let in light, and add value to your home for less than the cost of a traditional extension.
A variety of traditional and modern conservatory designs in Sussex
Whether you’re looking to install a classical style conservatory for a traditional home (such as Victorian or Georgian), or a clean and contemporary style conservatory for a more modern property (Lean to, or T and P shape), Newview can supply and install a conservatory in virtually any design to suit all homes, and better yet, our conservatories are sustainably sourced.
Our full range of Sussex conservatories include:
- Lean to
- P and T shaped
Efficient A rated glass & highly secure modern conservatories
Not only do our conservatories look great, but they are also highly efficient. To keep your conservatory warm during the winter, we can install performance roof glazing and Low-E glass to drastically cut heat loss. Low-E glass is also beneficial during the summer, as it reflects back the sun’s rays so the conservatory doesn’t get too hot. Our roof glass affords you solar control, great thermal insulation and optimal levels of light.
Energy efficient and highly secure modern conservatives in Sussex
For ultimate efficiency we’ll also provide you with A rated glass, and if low maintenance levels are important to you we can supply a self-cleaning glass option, too.
In terms of security, Newview supply toughened K glass throughout on all panes in close proximity to the floor, doors and side panels on our Sussex conservatories. This means that our conservatories are more resistant against unwanted intrusion to give you peace of mind, whilst also meeting current glazing safety requirements.
A complete service, from planning to construction for modern conservatories
Planning permission is often required before a Sussex conservatory installation – especially if your property has already been extended. Newview can take care of arranging this for you, as well as overseeing Building Regulations regarding electrical work, safety and structural stability. For a hassle free process from start to finish, choose Newview for your next conservatory installation, and we’ll make sure that the appropriate criteria are met, or that your conservatory is exempt due to it being:
- Built onto domestic dwellings
- Under 30m² in floor area;
- Built at ground floor level;
- Glazed in compliance with safety glazing requirements of approved Document N of the building regulations and BS 6262 Part 42005;
- Heating is able to be operated separately from the house