Contemporary Renovations
Wooden Conservatory Construction & Renovations in London and Bedfordshire
Whether you need an ideal space for entertaining in the summer months or that light and airy room all year round, at Contemporary Renovations every timber built conservatory comes with double glazing, glass roof and custom made doors built to strict building regulations and to suit your individual requirements.
We offer a bespoke conservatory design built or renovated service to best fit your needs and your home.

We can also create bespoke victorian window shutter panels to add privacy and security to your home.

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Wooden Conservatory Construction & Renovations in London and Bedfordshire
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We modernised the internal and external aspects of this lean-to, pitched roof building and increased its' insulation properties with the addition of full height, double glazed doors and a double glazed roof and windows, as well as full security locks.
We found contemporary renovations through "Waltham Forest - get a better trader scheme."

The timber seals and rails had blown completely on our conservatory and the most practical solution that we wanted to do was to find a company that could do the repair and make it last. We received varied advice from "knock down the building" and "build a new one" to "its not repairable."

Contemporary Renovations proved that it could be renovated at a fraction of the cost.

Harrington Hill, London
(after) restored wooden conservatory
(before) rotten lean-to conservatory
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