Glass Room Installed for Client in Bedfordshire, complete with Under Glass Awning Blind
This Bedfordshire client undertook extensive research looking at all available options to increase the use their outdoor space. Eventually they decided to add a Glass Room as opposed to a conservatory or open structure, and with this decision made they invited several companies to tender. Based on a competitive quotation, and high professionalism, they chose Elegant Glass Verandas. This client later wrote in reference; “Before placing order, I independently validated and ‘vetted’ Elegant and their people, including talking with past customers, and every impression I formed was extremely positive, and was later echoed.”
This glass room is to occupy the patio corner, but should avoid connecting to the tudor beam wall. In this particular instance, the glass room, and this homes tudor feature, would both look better stood slightly apart. A decking would resolve the unusually curved patio, while providing a continued base over the planted border. The deck should also run completely into the corner, visually connecting this installation to the tudor return wall. Lastly, an under glass sun-awning blind would be included in respect of Mrs Lemmen’s sensitivity to the sun.
Our client was more than pleased, commenting that since installation they hadn’t used their dining room once, and would recommend a glass room as the first home improvement, even before a kitchen or bathroom. In reference this client later wrote:
“The installation was done on time, on budget and to a quality that exceeded my expectations. As a supplier of Glass Rooms and Verandas, I can recommend Andrew Starr and his Company without reservation. We have felt the immense customer orientation of Andrew and his people, with their clear and unambiguous (almost tangible) desire to deliver a quality product.”
Mr & Mrs Lemmen
6m x 3.5m