Conservatory and orangery fitters in Sussex and Kent, offering a range of styles to suit any home from traditional to modern
View photo gallery >A conservatory or orangery can breathe new life into your home, adding extra space that can be used for almost anything, from an office to a dining area or even a brand new kitchen.
Range of styles to suit your property
We can offer you a wide range of conservatory styles. Get a traditional look with the classic design of a Victorian or Georgian conservatory, or go modern with a lean-to. You can even combine styles to create impressive P-Shape and T-Shape conservatories.
We also offer orangeries, a popular alternative to conservatories. With a brick exterior fitted with slim windows and a glass lantern roof, orangeries offer more privacy without compromising on light, and can be built to match the exterior of your house.
Wide range of finishes and materials available
As with our windows and doors, A Touch of Glass conservatories can be uPVC, aluminium or timber, allowing you to match the style of your beautiful new conservatory to existing windows and doors. They can also be coloured to match your existing or new windows and doors. Choose from a range of colours and finishes to make your conservatory stand out from the crowd.
Whether you are thinking about buying a brand new orangery or looking for a replacement conservatory speak to the team at A Touch Of Glass. We can offer you all the advice you need and can even visit your home to discuss your requirements. Please call us on 08000 85 22 08 or contact us here to get started today.
Low-maintenance – No product is truly ‘maintenance-free’ but uPVC is close. It never needs painting or staining and can be cleaned simply using a warm, damp cloth.
Thicker frames – uPVC isn’t as strong as aluminium or timber. Windows and doors made from this material need thicker frames to support the weight which impacts the overall appearance.
Strength – Because it’s so strong, products made using aluminium feature slimmer frames than uPVC or timber, allowing more light to enter your home and offering a wider view to outside.
Aluminium is seen as a ‘cold’ material and has previously had a bad reputation when it comes to thermal insulation. Whilst older aluminium systems aren’t very energy efficient, modern advances mean today’s equivalents can meet, and even exceed, the thermal efficiency of uPVC.
Beautiful aesthetics – Nothing beats the traditional charm of timber, and no wooden window, door or conservatory is ever the same as the next, giving your home a completely unique style.
Higher maintenance – Although the horror stories of timber rotting after a few years are false, timber products do require more maintenance than uPVC or aluminium. But the end result is definitely worth it.