The Classic rectangular design of Edwardian style conservatories allows the optimum use of space. A ridged roof system ensures symmetry of design.
The Edwardian conservatory is a room in every respect. Rectangular in shape there is no more practical conservatory than an Edwardian. Space maximisation is what it does best.
Don't be fooled though by it's practicality. An Edwardian conservatory is as elegant as it is useful. With a range of colours, glazing and finishes available, you will be as surprised by it's good looks as you are by your extra living space.
This design comes with a ridged roof and a three or five faceted end wall creating a half rounded feature. This unusual aspect makes the external design of Victorian style conservatories attractive but can slightly restrict the layout of furniture internally.
The Victorian Conservatory is a modern design classic. Sharp roof angles are softened by its facets to create a rounded, styled finish. You can choose three or five facets to suit your property, and wide or narrow panels.
As you would expect, there is nothing standard about our Victorian conservatory. Every detail is designed to match your home and your needs. Let us make your extra space a reality.
The simplest and most popular form of conservatory, sometimes known as a sunroom. A single sloped roof running along the length of an external house wall.
If youre limited in space or height, then there is no better way to make the most of it than with a lean-to conservatory. For bungalows, low eaves or if you simply want the most simplistic of designs, itís yours with the lean-to. But donít be fooled by the simplicity of the design. Style, security and a range of finishes come as standard so a lean-to need never feel like a compromise.
A poorly planned and constructed conservatory is perhaps the least effective form of home improvement. It can be uncomfortably warm in summer and almost unusable when it is too cold in winter. The most common problems have usually been caused by the wrong type of glazing and too little ventilation in the summer and the wrong type of glazing and a lack of heating in winter.
For some families this dilemma has been solved with the evolution of a new design of conservatory that has its origins almost three centuries ago.
Coming to popularity in the early part of the 17th Century, the Orangery became a fashionable addition to the landed gentry in the Netherlands for the growing of sweet oranges. It didnít take long for other countries to adopt the Orangery and this early form of conservatory began appearing in the wealthier estates across Europe. Typical in their design with solid pillar with tall glazed windows and partially glazed solid roof, they are now in great demand as more and more homeowners are discovering the beauty and practicality of a themed Orangery. This type of conservatory is seen as the perfect solution for Irish home owners who are looking for something other than a conventional conservatory.
With the majority of customers purchasing conservatories for the purpose of adding additional space to their homes, the introduction of the orangery conservatory is a fantastic way to fully utilise the heat and light that can be harnessed from the sun creating an inviting space that can be utilised for any use.
The greater the amount of solid structure the cooler and more comfortable the interior, particularly with south facing gardens that get sun all day. In the winter the reverse is true, the more structural brickwork the easier it is to keep warm.
The Orangery is fast becoming the conservatory of choice for certain types of property, but is still a technically demanding structure that requires professional expertise that only specialist conservatory companies possess. Branco Windows and Doors, in association with Network VEKA, are specialist conservatory fabricators and installers offering outstanding quality, value and guarantees to the Irish homeowner from start to finish throughout the entire process.
The Supalite Conservatory roof systems are designed to replace an existing glass or polycarbonate conservatory roof or alternatively it can be put in place as part of a new installation.
The Supalite roof significantly reduces the temperature in summer and increases the temperature in winter which ensures that your conservatory becomes a thriving part of your home which is usable all year round.
With our roof products we provide a choice of exterior metro tile or Tapco slate. These are two long established products each with a life expectancy of over forty years. Many colour options are available with each option. The Supalite can also take tiles to match the house such as a concrete or pan tile (Existing frames will need strengthening or replacing).
As you can see from the examples shown, installing a Supalite roof brings a striking visual quality to your conservatory in addition to brinnging the following practical benefits:
The SUPALITE roof system is designed with adequate ventilation to eliminate condensation. Roof vents, interior L.E.D lighting, exterior L.E.D lighting are available with a switch or remote control. The interior can be timber or P.V.C clad but normally is plastered to follow the contour of the conservatory roof shape.
There is a choice of exterior metro tile or Tapco slate; both very well established products with a life expectancy of over 40 years. Many colour options are available with each option. The SUPALITE STRUCTURE can also take tiles to match the house such as a concrete or pan tile (Existing frames will need strengthening or replacing).
By choosing Branco Windows and Doors you can be assured of superb customer service, professionalism and excellent value for money. We are a Network VEKA member which means that every single job we do is monitored by Network VEKA who take feedback from every single customer so that standards are kept at the highest possible level.
A well designed conservatory should be able to be used all year round. It should absorb the warmth of the sun, but have adequate ventilation to enable the room to be cooled quickly in summer. It should also be comfortable during the long winter months; this means that heating and ventilation must be central to your discussion with conservatory companies. Do you want to extend your homeís central heating system, install electric radiators or an under floor heating system? Branco Windows and Doors are able to offer this essential, obligation-free advice. As one of the leading sources of conservatory suppliers within Ireland, Network VEKA ensures its members are able to provide you with everything you need to know when considering a new conservatory for your home. Our members will help you choose the best options to suit your budget as well as your ideals.
Branco Windows and Doors are expert Upvc conservatory suppliers who can offer you the knowledge and experience needed to create your ideal new conservatory. As a Network VEKA conservatory installer we are also authorised to offer the organisationís cast iron Ten Year Insurance-Backed Guarantee, which provides the complete peace of mind you seek when investing in such a complex and technically-demanding home improvement. Network VEKAís famous insurance-backed guarantee, along with Branco's total commitment to customer satisfaction gives us a significant advantage over other conservatory companies and allows homeowners to invest with confidence.