Home Extensions in Lancashire
Styles and Designs
Edwardian Style Home Extensions
The traditional Edwardian style extension, whether an orangery full solid extension, is a cubed shaped structure on the side or back of the home. Our solid roof home extensions can be built with solid or glazed roofs, using a combination of durable roof insulation and high quality double glazing. We’re happy to include existing brickwork in your Edwardian home extension or alternatively we can use super insulated columns which can be up to five times more efficient than brickwork extensions.
Victorian Style Home Extensions
Victorian home extensions have a more rounded shape than the Edwardian extension. The picture above is a 3 Bell Victorian home extension, however they can also be 5 Bell which increases the number of windows in the conservatory. Victorian style extensions usually incorporate a half, or dwarf, wall meaning that the double glazed windows are not full length due to the shape of the conservatory. We can match your dwarf wall to the existing brickwork in your home.
Gable End Home Extensions
The gable end extension has a higher pitched roof with a larger slop. This allows for triangular shaped windows installed in the higher parts of the conservatory frames. This allows for more light flood the conservatory living space. Gable end conservatories are traditionally shaped similar to the Edwardian style ‘box’ conservatory. However the two differ due to the style of conservatory roof.
P-Shaped Home Extensions
P-shaped home extensions combine elements of both Victorian and Edwardian style conservatories. They usually use full length glass sealed units to create a modern conservatory design. We can install both solid and glazed conservatory roofing options in our P-Shaped conservatories. They are often much larger than other styles of conservatories.
Lean-To Home Extensions
Lean-To extensions are popular smaller conservatory builds, which allow for a sloped roof on the side or back of your home. Like all of our conservatory designs, the lean-to is available in both glazed and solid roofs. Lean to conservatories can use both dwarf walls or super insulated columns ensuring you have creative control over your home extension.
Types of Roofs for Home Extensions
- Ultraroof 380 Solid Home Extension Roof – The Ultraroof 380, by Ultraframe, is a market leading modern home extension roof. With a seamless combination of heavy duty insulation material and double glazed sealed units. Externally, the Ultraroof uses synthetic slates to match with your homes roof tile colours. Because of the design of the synthetic slates, the Ultraroof is quick to manufacture and easy to install. Internally the Ultraroof is plastered by our team of elite conservatory installers, ensuring your new home extension is perfect.
- The Livinroof by Ultraframe – The Livinroof by Ultraframe is perfect for a home extensions that come with a wow factor. Externally, the appearance is similar to a traditional conservatory, however on the inside, the solid roof structure allows you to place the glass roof panels where ever you would like. In this way you can capture the light in your garden and create a home extension which is tailor made for your home.
- The Fully Glazed Classicroof – For fully glazed home extension roofs we install Ultraframes Classicroof. The Classicroof uses A+ double glazing and either uPVC or aluminium conservatory frames to create a conservatory which can be used all year round. The Classicroof is available in a range of tints and colours to reduce the suns glare in your conservatory and let you personalize your conservatory for your preferences. The Classicroof also uses self cleaning glass, this means that it will naturally clear debris using the sun.
Choosing Ultraframe Home Improvements For Your Home Extension
If you live in Lancashire, North Yorkshire or Greater Manchester, you’re fortunate to have direct access to Ultraframes very own installation service. We manufacture most of the roofs used in conservatories nationwide from our Clitheroe based factory. From there we install in 35 mile radius. Doing so, means that you get your new home extension manufactured and installed directly by Ultraframe. As the installations division of Ultraframe, we’re also accredited Ultrainstallers, meaning that all of our conservatory installers are trained by Ultraframe to install Ultraframe products.
If your looking to create a new home extension and are within the Lancashire area, choose Ultraframe Home Improvements. Once you enquire, we’ll contact you to arrange a convenient time to take some approximate measurements and give you the most accurate price for your home extension.