At Hampton Conservatories, our rooms are manufactured from a range of materials from painted mahogany to aluminum, and aluminum clad in uPVC.
Windows are fully double glazed using a wide choice of specifications. Most seals are made using tempered safety glass, although laminated and heat strengthened glass can also be used. LowE solar reflective glass is employed to increase the thermal performance of the space, with a range of tints including blue, grey and even bronze, again depending on the application and use of the room.
Conservatories need to meet the hurricane codes. As each room is custom designed, engineering a solution to meet the codes will vary from project to project.
The mahogany for our conservatories is hand selected, dipped and factory spray painted with an undercoat and 2 top coats of an acrylic based paint to give the woodwork a clean and durable finish. Once the room is installed, it often receives a final top coat. The roof topsides on mahogany rooms are capped in powder-coated aluminum, finished to match the woodwork. There is a wide range of colors available, although we are sometimes asked to use a custom color.
Aluminum rooms are manufactured from thermally broken aluminum. Again, there is a range of standard colors, with custom colors available. There is also an extensive range of mouldings and trims that can be used to add varying levels of architectural detail to a project.
Our uPVC and aluminun conservatories come in either white inside and out, or a combination of white and a factory applied golden oak or rosewood simulated finish complete with graining and authentic coloring. Occasionally clients request a custom color, in which case we can arrange to have the components custom sprayed.
With all the rooms, there is an extensive range of hardware finishes, window patterns, mouldings and trims, as well as a choice of decorative features such as finials and cresting. Further details and technical information is available on request.