Does your conservatory leak or are you looking to upgrade your conservatory? We supply and install Ultraframe Conservatories in Saltash and surrounding areas. We also supply and install Durabase & Leka base and walls, the modern alternative for building bases in Hatt, Botusfleming, Carkeel, Cargreen, Trematon, Trehan, and Tideford…
Saltash Architectural Heritage and Influences
Saltash has heritage significance through its long and varied history as one of the oldest boroughs in Cornwall. An ancient river-crossing place, then a planned medieval settlement and market, a Civil War stronghold and the scene of bombardment, an example of the first waves of the railway led the suburban expansion in Victorian times, and a strategic target in WW2.
Saltash Tradional Style & Coastal Character
Although modern development has removed some key features, the town still retains its medieval street pattern, has a number of key historic buildings, and pleasantly elegant historic residential streets, some with good period street surfaces. Its riverside location provides commercial and leisure opportunities and stunning views throughout the town, whilst the water-front, railway, and road bridges give the town a distinctive identity.
Ultraframe Conservatories In Saltash
If you have been looking for conservatories in Saltash, then you will have most likely seen the Ultraframe range of conservatory products. Ultraframe has built up an amazing reputation for engineering market-leading replacement conservatory roofs. We have installed several conservatories in Latchbrook, and another housing area we seem to frequent is Pillmere which was built in the summer of 2009. The Saltash area was recently revealed as the most desirable place to live in Great Britain, according to a survey that included stats from school grade results and yearly crime statistics.
There is such a wide variety of house designs and styles in and around Saltash, ranging from the traditional to the modern. This affects the style of conservatory that customers choose in Saltash, it varies from area to area.
Customers in Pillmere tend to opt for a more modern style of conservatory, Lean-To conservatories are a very popular design in that area, coupled with an Ultraroof tiled roof and Velux window. Further afield in areas like Hatt and Tideford customers seem to prefer Victorian-style conservatories with Solid tiled roofs.
We supply & install the full range of Ultraframe conservatories in Saltash and surrounding areas.
Ultraroof 380 Tiled conservatory roof
Ultrasky Orangery Roof / Lantern
LivinRoof Hybrid conservatory roof
Classic Roof (Glass or Polycarbonate)
Orangeries these days are not much different from single story extensions or conservatories in Saltash. In fact, telling them apart really is quite difficult. An orangery is a great way of extending your home, creating a bigger kitchen or dining area with a bi-folding front that opens the room up to the outside world. We offer a variety of Orangery roofs including GRP Warm roofs, lanterns, and much more…
Single Story Extensions
A single-story extension adds a completely new dimension to your home, creating that extra space that you have always dreamed of, the bigger kitchen, extra dining area, room for entertaining, or even an office space now that working from home is even more popular than its ever been. A Durabase built extension can be constructed in just days.
Project Management Makes Life Simple
We all lead busy lives and extending your home can be a big disruption to your busy schedule, that’s why at Best Glaze LTD, we will handle your home improvement project from start to finish, including planning permission should it be needed, excavating, and pouring the footings and building the base. We will also arrange the electrician and plumber if they are required. Our customers are always amazed at how smoothly our project management runs & are always very happy with the finished product.
Five Star Reputation Built On Transparency & Customer Satisfaction
We have worked extremely hard to build up a reputation that we are proud of in Saltash and the surrounding areas such as Hatt, Botusfleming, Carkeel, Cargreen, Trematon, Trehan, and Tideford. We strive to achieve 100% customer satisfaction on all of our installations of windows, doors, and conservatories in Saltash. We work to a strict time frame, offer good value for money, complete each job to a professional standard, no matter what the size of the project. Word of mouth is our best form of advertising and we want to keep it that way!
Replacement Conservatory Roofs Saltash
Ultraroof Solid Tile Roof
Ultraroof is the market-leading solid tiled conservatory replacement roof, engineered for its strength and integrity whilst remaining Ultra-lightweight. The Ultraroof is perfect for modernising tired conservatories in Saltash, or for replacing a tired, leaky roof.
LivinRoof Hybrid Roof
LivinRoof is a popular solid conservatory roof, its modern, flexible design allows homeowners to configure any combination of insulated Aluminium panels and glass, giving full control of where and how much natural light enters the room. With more people now working from home, this has become a popular replacement roof in Saltash.
Classic Conservatory Roof (Glass or Polycarbonate)
For those customers that love the Classic conservatory look, we supply and install classic roof conservatories in Saltash. Although the Classic roof looks the same on the outside, it features some clever new upgrades that make this roof thermally efficient and functional. Over the past 30 years, this roof has evolved to become 1.5 million homeowners’ favorite roof. The high-performance glass that is not only self-cleaning but is also thermally efficient helps keep your conservatory warm in the winter and cool during the summer.
Durabase Installers in Saltash
We install Durabase Conservatory, Orangery and single-story extensions base and wall systems in Saltash and surrounding areas. Durabase is a modern alternative to older building methods and has many advantages compared to wet building a base and walls for your project.
Traditional building methods
Traditional building methods involve heavy excavation that interrupts drains or services, so they need moving before footings can be dug out. Once any services or drains have been moved, the footings are dug out, this produces tons of waste to dispose of before concrete is poured. Bad weather can affect the base build and stop building works altogether.
Durabase base & walls
Durabase does not involve any digging of footings, the structure sits on strategically placed concrete pads which is the only digging required. No drainage or services need to be moved to install a Durabase and there is very little waste to dispose of. The base and walls can be installed in any weather and the installation is super fast compared to older building methods.