Mendip Conservatries
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Mendip Conservatries Rated 5 star by our customers for conservatories, glazed extensions, orangeries, windows and bi-folds. We are now able to quote for new projects. This may be done either via email with photos or with a home visit with social distancing. Our industry has seen an unprecedented demand post lockdown, causing longer lead times on product etc, but we are able to design and give advice within our normal timescales.

For existing customers we are monitoring the manufacturing by our suppliers and chasing updates on when we can obtain product that is currently in manufacture. The post lockdown era has created a few challenges with lead times, availability of product, and in some cases supply chains going into administration. This affects our whole industry and does not differentiate our service potential detrimentally when compared to anyone else.

We will keep you posted with updates as we receive them. Meanwhile, we wish all of our customers a safe and healthy period while this difficult time continues.

read more › Mendip Conservatories is a local double glazing company specialising in conservatory, glazed extension and orangery installations. We offer top quality products manufactured using the latest innovations in energy efficiency, security and durability. Our office and showroom is based in Congresbury, North Somerset and we serve clients across the Bristol and surrounding areas installing conservatories in Bath, Weston Super Mare, Clevedon, Portishead, Nailsea, Bridgwater, and surrounding areas. As conservatory and orangery specialists, we are more experienced in the field than the average double glazing company.

read more › Mendip Conservatories is a specialist conservatory, orangery and glazed extension installation company serving Bristol, Somerset and the surrounds. We can create a new bespoke extension to your home, whatever your personal preference or budget. We can also refurbish existing conservatories transforming old, tired buildings with energy efficient new frames and roofs, utilising existing bases. Practical yet attractive, our conservatories are available in a range of classic styles: Victorian, Gable End, Lean-to, Edwardian, P-shaped, L-shaped, Wrap Around, and many more including free standing or pool enclosures.

read more › An orangery is a luxurious alternative to a conservatory or glazed extension. With stunning architectural detailing options, and light, airy interiors, an orangery is a perfect addition to your home. The difference between an orangery and a conservatory in simple terms is that an orangery is a building with a glazed lantern which does not cover the whole of the roof it sits on, and is installed on a flat roof. A conservatory roof spans the whole structure, although there are many "mock" orangery systems available today which create an orangery look using an internal pelmet to hide the roof ends, and external cornices to conceal guttering.

read more › Increasingly in today's market, consumers are seeking a solid, or a partially solid conservatory roof. This is either to replace a tired conservatory, or build from scratch, a new structure. Many are seeing this as a viable alternative to an extension built by a builder because of the range or products available. The benefits of buying from an experienced local company with a great reputation are many. These include fixed price work, project management and a one stop shop. Some simply want to update their existing conservatory where they may have experienced their conservatory being too cold in the winter and too hot in the summer.

read more › At Mendip Conservatories we have listed the most common conservatories and glazed extensions FAQs with our advice. We come across many consumers who have been ill advised and who literally pay the price when they come to try and sell their property. This depends on a number of factors. Building regulations approval is required for all "extensions" to a property. However, in some instances the extension or conservatory may be exempt from this requirement. The conditions required to be exempt are generally that there is an external quality barrier between the house and the extension, that the extension has independent (to the main house) or no heating, that any electrics installed are certificated by a qualified electrician, and that the glazed extension is mostly glazed.

read more › One of our incredibly exciting upcoming projects involves constructing a conservatory on stilts. That got us thinking. What other unique conservatories have we created across the years? Conservatories don't just have to be constructed on the back of your home; there's no reason why they can't be located at the front as well! In this case, our customer decided to have a conservatory created at the front of their house, as well as at the back, creating a great new space. This beautiful continental style conservatory mimics all the best features of a veranda and porch, without the cost and building regulations!

read more › With nearly ten years' experience of installing a range of high quality double glazed windows in the South-West, Mendip are one of the most trusted home improvement companies in the region. The energy efficiency of a window is becoming increasingly important to many homeowners. Having a thermally efficient window can really help to reduce the cost of your fuel bill. All of our windows are glazed with Planitherm, a high performance A-rated glazing system that can reduce your energy consumption and improve the energy efficiency of your home.

read more › All replacement window installations are subject to Building Regulation requirements. The Window Energy Rating (WER) scheme is a recognised method of compliance. Windows are rated using the 'rainbow' scale with G (red) being the least energy efficient and A (green) indicating the most energy efficient windows. Mendip supply windows glazed with Planitherm glass, a high performance glazing system that is specifically designed to improve your home's energy efficiency. All of our windows are A-rated as standard, meaning Mendip windows are highly effective at retaining heat whilst reducing draughts and cold spots, saving you money on your energy bills.

read more › Sash windows are a great way to add a touch of vintage individuality to your property. Available in uPVC and timber, our range of sash windows are weather tight, energy efficient and attractive, making them the perfect investment for any home. By choosing a sash window from Mendip, you will be benefitting from the installation expertise of a trusted home improvement company that has been serving the West Country for nearly ten years. All of our sash windows come in a variety of finishes and colours, allowing you to have complete control over the look of your new windows.

read more › Timber effect windows from Residence 9 are luxury windows designed to look exactly like traditional 19th century flush sash timber windows. Residence 9 windows look exactly like timber, but do not require the time and effort that would be spent maintaining timber windows. These windows are crafted from uPVC, the easy-to-manage and cost-effective timber alternative. Our Timber effect windows not only look great but also achieve high energy ratings, decreasing your energy usage therefore decreasing your energy bills.

read more › Finding the right windows to suit heritage properties in the countryside can be a difficult task. At Mendip we have a range of windows designed to suit every type of property, style and budget. We decided to investigate the best window options for homes trying to create a traditional, vintage look. Timber sash windows are great at creating that authentic, 'traditional' look to a property. Their traditional style makes them perfect for homes in conservation areas, or for homeowners wanting to create the traditional look of real timber windows.

read more › If you are looking for a secure, high-quality installer of composite doors then look no further than Mendip Conservatory & Window Centre. A well-known and trusted installer in the Bristol, and North Somerset region, we can offer you an excellent range perfectly suited to match every home, style and budget. We know how important it is to have complete confidence in the quality of your door. As a result, we ensure that all of our products are incredibly secure; providing you with great peace of mind that your door affords your home the greatest possible security.

read more › An increasingly popular product with many homeowners, bi-fold doors can blur the boundaries between the garden and your home and allow you to completely open up your property to your garden. The revolutionary opening options that bifold doors present the homeowner really are exciting. In many cases the installation of a bifold can involve the widening of an existing aperture using lintels to really open up the back of the house. This involves major building works and is subject to building regulation approval, but can transform a home completely.

read more › Mendip offer a broad range of energy efficient uPVC and composite entrance doors that complement any home. Whatever your needs, style or taste, Mendip's vast variety of doors is sure to have something to suit you and your home. Mendip can offer you an excellent range of high-quality entrance doors suited to match any style and any property. Available in any colour and with fully customisable hardware, our entrance doors are perfect for homeowners who want to add an extra touch of security and style to their home.

read more › At Mendip, we stock a range of sliding patio doors for you to choose from, ensuring that you can find the door best suited to the look of your property and your needs. French doors are a great way to add an abundance of light to your property and open out your room to the outside. Available in either uPVC or timber effect, whatever your property's style or needs there's something for every taste. Choose doors with panels or large glass doors, in a range of colours and finishes. We also offer sliding patio doors.

read more › Just when you thought you were beginning to understand the concept of bi-folding doors, suddenly there's a new technology on the scene: New Wave doors. Both products have caused a lot of debate amongst homeowners so what exactly is the difference between the two? Essentially, both products operate on the concept of providing flexibility in opening options, but the way they go about doing this is very different. We've compiled a handy comparison below for you to decide which type of patio door is for you.

read more › There is nothing like seeing examples of our work to capture the imagination when considering a new conservatory, glazed extension or orangery. All of these conservatory images are of our own work and not "gallery" or "copied from other company" images. You may see some of these images on competitor websites and these will generally be where we have submitted pictures of our work to be included in a supplier's portfolio. These then become brochure or gallery images for others. There are some less than reputable companies out there though, who pass off our work as their own.

read more › Most of us these days check out things we are going to buy, or places we are going to stay or eat at. We search online for reviews. In our industry it is somewhat telling that few of our competitors use third party review sites. As a company completely transparent in our pricing, ethos and desire to please, we have no shame in shouting from the rooftops about the conservatory company reviews that our clients have left us following completion of their works. We can do this because the reviews demonstrate how the finished product and workmanship actually did match up to the pre-sale commitment we made and, we are very proud of this.

read more › The Turner family had an existing T-shaped conservatory with a polycarbonate roof which was in need of refurbishment. They wanted a more usable room which would also improve the feel of the adjoining rooms and increase their connection to the garden. They explained to Mendip Conservatories that they wanted a solid roof but with glazed areas to ensure a light and bright interior and so Livinroof from Ultraframe was the perfect choice. With the Livinroof system, the roof is made up of solid panels and glazed panels, and these can each be positioned anywhere in the roof for a completely bespoke design - allowing you to ensure there is light exactly where you need it.

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