Ultraframe Livin' Roof
On this project we changed an old Ultraframe classic roof that had been installed for over 15 years. The roof had developed multiple leaks and was looking worn out.
Both the roof, window and door frames were changed to give this conservatory a fresh new look using Anthracite grey externally and white internally.
On the roof itself, the position of the glass was carefully chosen to allow maximum light into the conservatory whilst having some shaded points.
Pilkington Activ Neutral tint self cleaning glass was used not just on the roof but in the windows and doors too.
Ultraframe Victorian Conservatory Roof
This Victorian conservatory was an upgrade. The customer already had a timber conservatory but wanted to upgrade it to make it more thermally efficient so it could be used more throughout the year.
Pilkington Activ self cleaning glass was used in the roof while our energy efficient Rustique windows and dental mouldings were used to give the conservatory a authentic look and feel.
This Loggia build has to be one of the biggest conservatories we've built. Combining the Ultraframes' Classic roof, Livin' Room and Loggia products with our very own Prestige Flush casements.
As you can see the end product is pretty impressive. The conservatory is so energy efficient that even though it forms part of the house (no doors separating home and conservatory) there are only two small radiators heating the entire 5M x 5M room (and I’ve been told by the homeowners they are hardly ever on).
This UltraSKY roof lantern was fitted by one of our customers.
The UltraSKY is one of Ultraframes latest products that helps to maximise the light into your home. This is achieved by removing the glazing bars found on most roof lanterns so you only have the bare minimum, in this case 4, one in each corner.
The end product is quite impressive as you can see.
Ultraframe Livin' Roof
This conservatory caught us by surprise.
To access the conservatory from the home you have to go upstairs, but you walk out of the conservatory into the garden.
Besides that little quirk I think you'll agree the end product is simply stunning.
Pilkington Activ Blue self cleaning glass was used in the glazed part of the roof.