IntroductionAdding a Taylorglaze conservatory onto your home immediately provides the extra light and living space you’ve always wanted.
Conservatories represent the ideal combination of the benefits and looks of a conventional extension and a conservatory.
Conservatories are wonderfully light and airy spaces due to the amount of glazing but have a substantial appearance that blends naturally with your home, as well as being cosy and inviting throughout the year.
TaylorGlaze high-tech conservatories are built with your comfort in mind; no more cool breezes entering your living space throughout the winter months and no more heat escaping through low quality glass!
We only use the finest quality glass for all our double glazed conservatories and guarantee to enhance the look of your home and garden with added features including high-performance windows and doors tailored to blend in with the style of your home.
Everybody loves a bit of extra living space but if you are going to install a conservatory at home make sure you opt for quality so as to avoid weather damage and ongoing maintenance.
Our conservatory installations are measured to spec and require minimal maintenance all year round. To finish it off, it’s also guaranteed for 10 years!
Choose TaylorGlaze conservatories and utilise the services of our expert design consultancy service at no extra cost.
We Cover Every Aspect of your Conservatory Design & InstallationOur end-to-end service has got you covered throughout the design, build and after-sales processes.
Create extra living space and boost natural light inside your home with TaylorGlaze conservatories.
Our high-performance conservatories are installed by our team of qualified and insured double glazing professionals. Firstly we lay focus on identifying your conservatory requirements and then draft an action plan as part of our free design and quotation service.
Our team of double glazing conservatory specialists will provide expert guidance relating to Planning Permission and manage the whole conservatory design and installation process from start to finish.
We handle every aspect of the construction process including digging the foundations, forming the base, building the walls, erecting the frames, fitting the roof and glass.
What are the differences between an Conservatory and
Traditionally a conservatory was all glass whereas and orangery was part brick and part glass. In modern parlance these boundaries have become blurred with many conservatories now featuring dwarf brick walls as a base for the glass elevation.
At Taylorglaze we don’t get hung up on terminology, you tell us what you have in mind and we’ll build it. What you call it is up to you!