The Advanced group display at our head office in East Kilbride is one of the largest selection of conservatories in Scotland. We have a huge selection of styles, roofs and finishes. Wither it’s a lean to or p shape we have a great choice. Victorian conservatories are one of the most popular style of conservatories . This conservatory style is so versatile it can be added to most homes.
Victorian Conservatories why so popular?
The Victorian Upvc conservatory is the most popular style of conservatory, with a versatility that makes it suitable for many house styles. Its distinguishing architectural features such as a bay front give a curved shape and steeply pitched roof and ornate ridge details give this style of uPVC conservatory a more classical appearance. Each of our Victorian Conservatories will be fitted with our 40mm Triple Glazing. We have a wide range of roofs from 35mm polycarbonate in clear, opal, bronze, bronze/opal and solar control tints. You can also now have a glass roof with a choice of tints. The triple glazed
Victorian Conservatories free survey
The first thing to consider when thinking about any conservatory is having a proper survey on your property done, once this has been completed why don’t you come along to our showroom where you will be able to see some fully built conservatories with many different styles and finish. With hundreds of conservatories built we have many years of experience in carrying out this type of work, we will even help in the planning permission.
To see if one of our Victorian conservatories is ideal for your home contact us The Advanced Group today,by filling out our request a quote form on the website which will be sent direct to us here or by calling us free on 0800 316 7981! Or if you are in the area please feel free to pop in.
Money well spent
"I was broken into and the door was badly damaged. The original door was cheap so I purchased a 40mm UPVC door from The Advanced Group. The quality difference is night and day and this door will definitely withstand a kicking. Money well spent."
Mrs Allan - Dalkeith Feb 15, 2015