The existing conservatory roof and side frames including all the doors and windows were removed, leaving the existing base in place. A small wall was constructed on the front elevation to block up where the old doors had been which then helped to create a room that can be fully utilised. The wall on the side was altered to include two new floor to ceiling frames either side of the new French doors, giving a totally new look at feel to the room.
A cut out of the wall on the side elevation was a simple process to make the opening wider, in this instance French doors are installed, but wider openings can be made to include Bi-folding doors or sliding patios. The internal pelmet inside the room allowed downlighters to be installed giving the room extra light and the installation was quick – taking just 5 days from start to hand over.