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Conservatories

Designed to create a unique living space for your home.

Installing a conservatory is an effective method of increasing both the space and value of your home. Develop your existing living space with a custom made conservatory design from Sheerwater Glass and benefit from the functionality of an extra room for all seasons.

Please take a look at our variety of conservatory styles listed on the right or below for more information on our conservatories.
Sheerwater Glass are accomplished conservatory installers based in Woking, Surrey who provide bespoke, made to measure tailored contemporary conservatories.

Get a free quotation today.

Get a free quotation from Sheerwater Glass. We’ll get you an appointment with one of our team to view our products, measure up and give you a quote at a time to suit you.

Made to Measure Tailored Contemporary Conservatories

conservatoryWe supply uPVC and Aluminium conservatories that are available in a wide variety of attractive styles, shapes and sizes. Installing conservatories in the Surrey area, we work across areas including Woking, Guildford, Camberley, Weybridge, Byfleet and Cobham.

Here at Sheerwater Glass we pride ourselves on tremendous customer service, maintaining excellent communication and guidance throughout the entire process to ensure only the highest results.

From the planning and design stage, right through to specifications and implementation, we guarantee to uphold first class customer interaction and the highest quality finish. With at least 40 years’ experience, we are extremely confident in our own product and promise to deliver a sound and attractive extension to your existing house structure.

Some of the most popular conservatory styles to choose from are Victorian, Edwardian and lean-to Garden Rooms. Each range offers many variations and permutations, including differences in colour and types of finish.

Our Seamless Service and Conservatory Installation Process

Installing your new conservatory can seem like a major task, but not when you take into consideration our many years of experience and proven track record. We design and install our conservatories to the very highest standards – ensuring you get a first class product, service and customer support.

Conservatory Design

There are a plethora of conservatory designs to choose from.  We can help you decide the best option for your home. We advise you to take a look at the various designs on offer and then talk with us about your ideas.

One of our experienced designers will then visit you and offer professional advice and guidance on how your chosen design can be best suited to the location.

We will provide a computer design model that will show how your conservatory will look, from a number of perspectives. All this is part of our free initial consultation, including our no obligation quotation service.

Detailed Survey / Planning

Do you need planning permission to install your conservatory? In the majority of cases, no planning permission is required, following the relaxation of the building regulations in 2008. There are some conditions that can apply for specific circumstances, so if you do require planning permission, we can organise this for you with your local authority to speed things up.

Installation: Construction and Installation

At Sheerwater Glass, we take care of almost everything, from digging the foundations, forming the base and building the dwarf wall, erecting the frames, roofing and fitting the glass. Every step is project managed so you know exactly what is happening and when.

Build Process & Management

Building a Sheerwater Glass conservatory is far less hassle than a typical home extension. Our client appraisals are a testament in how we make the whole process a pleasurable experience with our first class project management skills and expert teams.

Finishing

We will plaster the internal walls and lay a floor screed finish ready for you to lay your intended floor covering. We will also take care of the installation of electric sockets and lighting if requested. We of course will clean up our mess afterwards – you’ll hardly notice we’ve been!

After Sales Service

On completion, we provide support and guidance through our first class after sales service.  You can trust that you’ll be looked after from start to finish with Sheerwater Glass.


Types of Conservatories That We Provide

Victorian Conservatory Designs: let some sunshine into your life

Victorian conservatories are one of the most popular chosen styles, due to the traditional appearance of the design. This particular variety is often referred to as bell-ended or bay-fronted as a result of its rounded shape and cut-corners. The removal of sharp angles and corners generates soft lines to your house – creating an elegant appearance and easier access to your back garden.

With the development of modern building and double-glazing techniques, uPVC or Aluminium can be used to create an elegant and energy efficient addition to any home. This Victorian design is available as a 3-facet conservatory (a bay front version that has 3 main windows) or a 5-facet conservatory (for a more rounded appearance).

Choose from our range of Victorian Conservatories »


Edwardian Conservatory Designs:  elegance and practicality under one roof

An Edwardian conservatory helps to maximise available living space by combining practical and traditional designs with modern-day technology. An Edwardian style conservatory typically looks and feels like a normal room in your house, attributable to by the rectangular design and shape.

The interior layout of this particular style will blend easily with your existing space and provide a fitting extension to your home.

Edwardian Conservatories usually have flat fronts, sloping ridged roofs and can create a spectacularly attractive, bright and airy living space when under floodlights.

Choose from our range of Edwardian Conservatories »


Mediterranean / Lean-To Conservatory Designs:

Mediterranean conservatories are the ideal choice for bungalows and houses with low eaves, boasting a clean and contemporary image with a low sloping roof.

Also referred to as a lean-to conservatory, this design maintains great use of space and can be integrated into or around angles of your home. The tremendous versatility of this construction means it can be wrapped around the exterior corner of your house and allows for a variety of designs.
The Mediterranean conservatory makes for a great sun lounge and place for relaxation, all year round.

Choose from our range of Mediterranean Conservatories »


Orangeries:  blending a beautiful living space with your home

Installing an Orangery is the perfect alternative to a traditional conservatory when looking for an ideal extension to your home. A beautifully designed Orangery will maintain pure harmony with your garden and provide an all-year-round living space. Orangeries are becoming increasingly popular with many individuals who may have previously opted for bespoke conservatories – now choosing an orangery produces a more modern alternative.

At Sheerwater Glass, we provide low maintenance uPVC orangeries that are primarily white in colour, but can also be obtained in Mahogany and Oakwood designs. These brilliant grain-styled finishes fit seamlessly with your current home and garden environment. Typically, uPVC frames are reinforced with galvanised steel, to ensure that the orangery structure is robust and sturdy.

Our bespoke Orangery designs are built with the benefits of integrated double-glazing, reinforced with intelligent glass that keeps heat trapped inside within the winter and releases heat during the summer. Alongside this fantastic resistance to adverse weather, our high-quality double-glazing provides maximum security and protection.

Choose from our range of Orangeries »

Get a free quotation today.

Get a free quotation from Sheerwater Glass. We’ll get you an appointment with one of our team to view our products, measure up and give you a quote at a time to suit you.

Fensa Registered Company

FENSA is an acronym for the ‘Fenestration Self-Assessment Scheme’. Set up by the Glass and Glazing Federation, it allows double glazing companies to self-certify compliance with Building Regulations. There are several reasons why you should check for the FENSA logo when looking to have new windows and doors fitted in your home.

BSI Kitemark - Window Installation

Sheerwater Glass is one of only a handful of companies that has achieved the industry’s highest standard, BS 8213 for the survey and installation of windows and external door sets.

QA National Warranties

The insurance intermediary company QANW is responsible for protecting consumers through insurance policies. QANW has been in the business for over 25 years and has formed close associations with various building contractors and trade associations throughout the UK.

City & Guilds - Level 3 Qualified

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Checkatrade - Proud Members

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GQA Qualified

GQA Qualifications is an Awarding Organisation for specialist sectors and occupational roles. Qualifications cover the Glass, Construction, Coating and Print industries.