Available in numerous colours and designs.
Lean To, Victorian, Edwardian and P Shaped.
Self cleaning glass, Polycarbonate or even the increasingly popular tiled warm roof. We can supply any option to suit your requirements.
All the building work from foundations, brickwork etc through to electrics, plastering are taken care of by ourselves, we can even arrange the flooring.
Add space and value to your home with a Liniar glazed extension
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A design for life
Whatever you need, we can design. With Liniar, the possibilities are endless.
Your glazed extension will become an integral part of your home, so each one is designed with your individual needs in mind.
Whatever your lifestyle, with Liniar you can create the perfect space to enjoy all year round.
The Victorian conservatory is one of the most popular styles and adds style and traditional elegance to any home.
With a faceted projection of 3 or 5 sides you can create a spacious room with a pleasing appearance.
Attractive and versatile, Victorian conservatories can be designed to suit the space you have available – from a large garden to a small patio.
The Edwardian conservatory (sometimes called the Georgian) is similar in style to the Victorian, the main difference being that it is square or rectangular in footprint.
Its imposing style and finishing touches allow you to maximise your floor area and living space whilst maintaining character and traditional appeal.
The lean-to conservatory or sun room can work best if you’re on a tight budget, and offers one of the simplest solutions for bungalows and porches.
Usually rectangular with a low-pitch roof, this type of room is ideal for height-restricted locations and mixes clean lines with a modern feel.
It can also be combined with other styles to create a combination conservatory.
Sharing many characteristics with the Edwardian, the Gable conservatory features a traditional apex pitched roof combined with a striking front elevation, being fully glazed right up to the apex.
The Gable adds a classic feel to period properties, bringing a distinctive elegance to your home.
The combination conservatory offers the ultimate in flexibility, combining a range of styles to fit the shape your home and garden requires.
If you have a need for two separate living areas, why not combine a Victorian and a Lean-to to give a ‘P’ shaped conservatory – or maybe you’d prefer a ‘T’ or a ‘B’ shape? The possibilities are limited only by your imagination.
Liniar at a glance
● Part of the Flamstead group of companies
● One of London Stock
Exchange’s Most Inspiring Companies 2013
● State of the art facility
opened in 2007
● Quality assured with ISO9001 accreditation
● Continuous investment in plant and machinery
● Success through organic
Better for the environment
Energy Ratings explained
One of the most effective ways you can save energy within your home is through installing energy efficient windows, doors and roofs.
Liniar frames can outperform most of the other leading brands in the UK – mainly due to our innovative PVCu multi-chambered profile design.
The Window Energy Rating Scheme is the UK’s national system for rating the energy efficiency of windows. Its energy labels are similar to those seen on most household appliances, with a rating scale that runs from A+ to G and indicates how well a window will:
● help you contain and conserve heat within your building in the winter
● keep out the elements
● resist condensation on the inside
● contribute to improved sound insulation.
Designed for Today’s Living
The orangery combines cutting edge design with maximum light, allowing you to enjoy the best of both worlds between a conservatory and a traditional extension.
Extremely versatile, each elevation allows any combination of masonry, windows and doors, so your orangery is truly bespoke to you. Why not add mood lighting under the eaves for a truly contemporary design?
Lantern roofs can also be added to any large conservatory, boosting the height of the overall construction and increasing the feeling of interior space and light.
You can incorporate openers to increase ventilation, in addition to decorative glazing panels to further personalise your design.
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