This stunning home on Church Green Road was originally the property developers residence whilst he built the terrace of houses along this road. He therefore ensured he had slightly larger garden than the other houses which has benefited this property immensely allowing for a stunning bespoke Classic Glass Roof Conservatory.
The build doesn’t follow a straight line and this was one of the major factors – the shape of the garden determined the design of the build. A standard square or rectangular build was of no use to this customer, therefore specialist design skills were used to adapt the conservatory to the unusual shape of the garden.
The space is used as a calm, peaceful and secluded area for the homeowner -the build is light and bright and provides the perfect relaxing setting required for their purposes.
TESTIMONIAL FROM CUSTOMER:
Dear Custom Glaze,
Now that we have fitted out our conservatory and using it to its full potential (can’t wait till summer) I thought it would be nice to drop you a few lines.
Once we decided to have a conservatory and the type that suited our house and needs we did shop around a bit to see what different companies could do for us. Because of the shape of our garden we needed our conservatory pivoted from the building. Some companies didn’t want to know, others (in this area of MK) gave us no confidence what so ever and so we didn’t even ask them to price for us. We decided to drop into Custom Glaze after having a few windows and back door fitted a few years ago and how glad we did this! The showroom staff, the salesman, the site assessment guy we’re all spot on and nothing was too much trouble (despite me making a few changes along the way). Once the project started it went very well and each team were great and clearly knew their trade. As the conservatory went up you could tell the quality in the product was there and once finished it looked really good, without doubt the conservatory has added more value to our property than it cost! Thank you Custom Glaze.
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