Allowing each single building to ‘speak the local language’, adapting the style of the conservatory to its natural surroundings.
All PVC-U conservatory components are manufactured by Synseal not by a variety of trade extruders around the UK. We are a conservatory manufacturer that also supplies conservatories to the trade in the Coventry area and beyond.
Synseal was the first systems company to create and manufacture a system specific roof. The result is a complete system. This has many benefits over a separate conservatory roof system – colour consistency and coordinated sight lines make the finished conservatory easy on the eye, and the system is designed to fit together perfectly.
Global conservatory roofing system is designed to be installed onto any PVC-U window profile and shares many of the features of the Shield system. Global now boasts the 'Synerjy Trim Pack', a range of PVC-U internal trims designed to co-ordinate perfectly with the Synergy window and door system.
In May 2004 Synseal added an in-house injection moulding facility. Today Synseal (conservatory manufacturer) manufactures 340 components by injection moulding giving customers a complete conservatory roof made from the same compound to give a perfect colour match.
Taking injection moulding in house also provides another significant benefit – quality consistency. Every component is pressed from the same Synseal compound, to the same colour, from the same machines – not from a variety of different suppliers, using different machines and materials dotted all over the country. So when customers order any component from Synseal conservatories they can guarantee the quality.
K2, one of the UK's largest suppliers of advanced, fully sculptured conservatory systems.
K2 has grown significantly since its first year of trading in 1999, much of that growth has been down to outstanding customer service and support and a dedication to market-driven conservatory product innovations based in Coventry and the Midlands. The rest can be attributed to an impressive business
Edwardian (or Georgian) conservatories are quite similar in style to the Victorian, and also feature an apexed roof. However the main difference is that Edwardian conservatories are square or rectangular on plan, so they have a flat front (compared to the Victorian angle front).
Victorian conservatories are one of the most popular styles of conservatory in Scotland, and the Victorian style complements most types of property. Victorian conservatories are especially popular in Glasgow, which contains some of the finest Victorian architecture in the country. Victorian conservatories traditionally have three or five facets on their front elevation, and ornate detailing along the ridge of the apexed roof.
The Gable (or Gable-End) conservatory style features a square floor plan but with a vertical front roof. This combination lends Gable conservatories a feeling of extra space and presence, and so they work well with older properties.
Lean To conservatories have a square or rectangular plan – like the Edwardian – but feature a sloped roof attached to one of the walls of the house. Because of their modern, functional appearance they are suitable for a wide range of modern properties, particularly bungalows and other low-pitched houses. Lean-to conservatories are sometimes called sunrooms or sun gardens.
P shaped conservatories are so called because they have a P shaped plan with an apexed roof. P shaped conservatories are sometimes called Combination conservatories due to the fact that they allow you to combine two different styles of conservatory, such as an Edwardian and a Lean To.