Large Span / Portal Conservatories in High Wycombe
Large Span or Portal conservatories are only made possible by Bahama's technical expertise and years of experience in this specialist field. As well as being available in conventional white they can also be supplied in a variety of colours including Grey, Anthracite grey, Chartwell Green, Painswick, Duck Egg Blue, Light oak and Oak.
Large conservatory style
Such large conservatories are impressive structures only made possible by our technical expertise, years of experience and detailed High Wycombe based knowledge of the conditions and needs demanded by this specialist field. Large conservatories use a supporting skeleton inside the conservatory which provides the structural support needed to make an ideal venue for a hotel dining room or as a cover for a swimming pool or gym.
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Here, at Bahama, our dedicated team is always available to provide advice, estimates and technical information about portal conservatories. We will handle the complete management of your large conservatory project, from concept to design, planning and construction, right through to completion.
Large conservatory styles are most often used for swimming pools, allowing you to enjoy your pool all year round without worrying about the leaves, insects and weather issues that you get with an outdoor pool. You'll also save money on chemicals and maintenance by housing your pool in a portal conservatory. The large conservatory style is also perfect for a fitness room, jacuzzi or spa.
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How wide can large conservatories go without the need for a sub-structure support? The answer is normally around six metres. If your large conservatory requires a supporting sub-structure, this is usually manufactured from from high-grade aluminium or timber. For budgeting purposes you need to note that this supporting sub-structure must be approved by structural engineers.
Some types of large conservatory – certain sliding enclosures and domes – don't need planning permission as they don't fall under the 'permanent structure' category. These large conservatory types are not as imposing as other portal conservatories, but they might fit your budget better. As a rough guide, expect to pay no less than £25,000 for the large conservatory style described here.
Large or portal conservatories usually require planning permission and building-regulation approval. As a reputable supplier of large conservatory styles, our Ultraframe conservatories include planning permission and building-regulation approval in the quote.