Create a conservatory to complement your home
Design your conservatory style to suit your architecture, space and budget, then select from an exciting range of options to make your conservatory your own. Choose traditional or contemporary designs in a range of colours to add an extra touch of personality. Whether you go for a classic design with dwarf walls or a contemporary build with full height glass and bi-fold or sliding doors, you can count on the very latest thermal performance and lasting quality. Choosing a conservatory to extend your home is just the start. We’ll give you so many options to help you create a conservatory that complements both your home and your lifestyle.
The best addition to your home?
For many people adding a conservatory to their home is the best thing they ever do in terms of home improvements. People see a conservatory as more than just extra space – it becomes a room for all seasons to be used as a dining room, a playroom, an office, or just to relax in and enjoy the light and warmth a modern conservatory offers, especially one that has a Guardian Warm Roof system.
A Conservatory though is a major investment and that means you need the right conservatory for your house, your needs and your budget. At Horizon we’ve been supplying and installing conservatories for over 10 years, so we have not only a vast amount of experience but also many, many satisfied customers who are happy to showcase their conservatories. You can rest assured that both the quality and service we offer will match and we hope to exceed your expectations.
Free Design and Consultation Service
We offer a free design and consultation service which allows you to investigate all possible options for your new conservatory.
Our considerable experience has allowed us to develop a comprehensive product range satisfying all purposes and budgets. The conservatories we offer come in a wide range of colours and can be finished with every conceivable feature that will help turn your dreams into reality. We recognise that every house is unique which is why we offer a range of styles and designs that can accommodate every requirement you have for your new conservatory. Here at Horizon, we believe that it is extremely important to take in every customer's needs and requirements.
Expert help and advice
Many of our conservatory customers ask us lots of questions so come to us and we can help answer your questions including ones about:
- Planning permission
- Flooring types
- Heating options
- Roof structures Whether to go for a conservatory or an extension
The glass in the roof comes in several finishes and all with an Activ Self-Cleaning film to keep maintenance to a minimum. With black warm edge spacers and filled with argon gas all units are A-Rated giving great thermal efficiency to your new conservatory.
Compared to a polycarbonate roof, glass conservatory roofs are typically quieter when it rains. Plus, the insulation within double glazed roofs provides extra soundproofing, so you can enjoy your garden even if you live near a busy road or celebrate a little longer into the evening without disturbing the neighbours. All quotes come with a computer-aided design image (CAD) allowing you to make the right choice. This also shows all opening frames, colours and finishes taking care of the finer details to give you the space you have always dreamed of.
All of our conservatory installations are carried out to comply with building regulations and are installed by our specialist fitting teams. Like all of our installations, your conservatory is covered with a 10-year company guarantee and insurance backed warranty to reassure you your conservatory has been perfectly installed.
Polycarbonate is a strong thermoplastic material that is lightweight and can withstand extremely low and high temperatures. This durable and practical roofing material is perfect for conservatories.
The main draw of polycarbonate conservatory roofs is their price. They are much more affordable than glass roofs and so maybe a better choice if you are working on a strict budget. This allows homeowners to enjoy the luxury of a warm, cosy conservatory but without the expense.
Polycarbonate roofing is often used in conservatories and other rooms that require natural light to be let in through the roof. All roofing panels also come with a protective film layer to filter out the sun’s UV rays.
Polycarbonate panels can withstand force and are virtually unbreakable. Therefore, they are used in the construction of bulletproof police shields. The UV blockage is another huge advantage of these panels. As the panels are extremely light in weight, they can be easily transported and installed wherever they are required.
These panels are resistant to heat, sunlight, snow, and rain, which enable them to last for many years without fading or discolouring. They are available in a choice of finishes including clear, bronze and opal.