Moving to a new house can be an expensive and stressful way to gain more space, but did you know it isn’t your only option? Why not extend your home with a gorgeous orangery or conservatory instead? Here at Sherborne Windows, we will ensure that your experience is completely stress-free. Not only will your new space be as thermally efficient as the rest of your home, but it will also be super secure, as any doors and windows included will be fully equipped with a range of leading security hardware. With security and comfort guaranteed, you can confidently use your new conservatory for whatever you please, whether that’s a kitchen, home office, or home gym!
Perhaps the most elegant home extension style, orangeries seamlessly bridge the gap between modern glazed extensions and full-blown brick extensions that often require planning permission. In addition, we have got a conservatory style to suit any Berkshire home. Choose from popular styles such as Victorian, Edwardian, Lean-to, and Gable conservatories. If you have room, you may even be able to combine two styles together! Our team of experts will work with you to create something totally bespoke to your home. With over 30 years of essential knowledge and experience, we have worked on thousands of unique projects during this time.
Have a look at this conservatory case study to understand the kind of results we can achieve!Conservatories
We have a range of uPVC, aluminium, and timber double-glazed windows, and with numerous styles to choose from including casement and sliding sash, you also have a plethora of RAL colours to choose from.
For traditional style windows, we have a collection of wood grain textures. Dark tones such as Rosewood look stunning against light stone exteriors in Maidenhead, whilst Irish Oak or Golden Oak would perfectly complement traditional Victorian houses in Newbury.
For more modern structures, Anthracite Grey is the perfect tone. Not too dark yet not too light, the shade of grey does not take away from the architectural features of the house. However, if you are looking for something more striking then black is the ideal choice.The top window questions answered for homeowners!
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