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In terms of appearance, thermal efficiency, and security, if your conservatory is past its best, there are many more options to investigate other than building a completely new structure and starting from scratch. Well known for our high-quality conservatory refurbishments in Sudbury and Suffolk, no matter its age, size, or shape, you can put your absolute trust in us to achieve the most striking aesthetics alongside the best energy ratings and modern security features. From updating the glazing to make it a space that can be enjoyed all year round to replacing old-fashioned French doors with innovative bi-folding doors, we’re confident we have the ultimate balance of skills, experience, and expertise your conservatory refurbishment project requires.Get a price
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Chosen to evenly regulate inside temperatures and lower energy bills, as well as create the look of a full extension without the extra hassle, it is certainly possible to add a new roof to your existing conservatory*. Designed to your specific needs, you also have the choice of a fully tiled roof or a mixture of glazed panels and tiles for the best of both worlds.
Installing the most fashionable conservatory roof styles, at A&B you can choose from:
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*This largely depends on the structural integrity of your existing conservatory. Of course, we will carry out a thorough survey on your old conservatory first to make sure it’s structurally sound.Get a price
Yes, you can! Much more efficient than the glazing of the past, our double glazing and Comfort Glass delivers A+ energy ratings with ease. What's more, it actively reduces wasted energy, so it's designed to provide cosy temperatures all year round and save money on rising energy bills too.
Our conservatory glazing refurbishments include:
We've found that old conservatories are often designed poorly, which has a knock-on effect when it comes to a good flow of traffic through the space and being as energy efficient as it can be. If this sounds familiar, and you like the idea of an open plan conservatory, please note that removing doors, windows, and/or walls separating the structure from the rest of the house will require Building Regulation approval to go ahead.
As FENSA approved fitters, you have absolute peace of mind that our installations fully comply with the latest Building Regulations. You'll also be pleased to learn that we offer an insurance backed warranty, so in the unlikely event we cease trading, you'll be covered for every eventuality.
To make your open plan conservatory refurbishment go without a hitch, straightforward options to consider include:
If you're still wondering what to do, we’re sure this selection of blogs we've written will help: