Glass extensions can add useful light and space for oyur home. these can be constructed in many ways and we can offer a design and build service for customers. Call for a free quote!
Sebastian Church is able to design and construct:
- Permanent bespoke glass extensions
- Conservatories in traditional and contemporary styles
- Sunrooms and entertaining areas
- Orangeries and pool enclosures
Your new glass extension is sure to look amazing, complement your existing structure, and become a favourite space for the family to enjoy the sun, even in the cold winter months. Glass extensions are capable of being used for four seasons if designed with that in mind.
Regardless of the glass extension you require, you’ll find the Sebastian Church installers knowledgeable, professional, efficient, and friendly. To make arrangements to speak to one of our team, simply request a callback and allow us to prepare a no obligation quote according to your needs.
As with most home extensions, conservatories, orangeries, and sunrooms, we first lay the foundation. This is an important step should the extension be intended to and should be agreed on before construction, whether to install underfloor heating, or forego this in lieu of above ground heating such as a fireplace or temporary electric heaters.
At Sebastian Church we take care of everything; we’ll send one of our experts to meet you and assess your property for the glass extension you desire, and then our design team will prepare a draft for your approval. Unlike pre-fabricated conservatories, our glass extensions are permanent and comply with all local building regulations.
Before deciding on a glass extension, consider how the room will be used. Will it be a new room tacked onto the home, or extend an existing room? In many cases a glass extension makes a superb separate room to use for family entertainment, hobbies, dining, or some combination of them.
Your new glass extension isn’t limited to a simple glass lean to, with Sebastian Church you are welcome to request low rise brick walls that match or contrast with the existing building. Many of our clients also request a single three quarter height wall capped with shorter horizontally hinged windows to provide a canvas on which to hang photo frames or position free standing furniture.
Your new glass structure may also benefit from contemporary low profile aluminium framing, or for the more traditional Victorian or Edwardian look why not consider colour matched uPVC with a lantern roof and period finials? Glass extensions designed by Sebastian Church should be considered integral to the future use of your home.
However, if one of the existing rooms is cramped, for example the kitchen, then a Sebastian Church conservatory or orangery style extension could add to the square footage and make remodelling part of the home’s interior possible. Hanging attractive Roman blinds against the glass also means that privacy is assured if neighbouring properties could see into the new extension.