Admiral Windows & Conservatories Ltd
Designers and Installers of bespoke Orangeries, Conservatories windows and doors for traditional and modern buildings. Conversion work and Extensions. Conservation projects undertaken.
|Address:||Show Centre, Ermine Street, Alconbury|
|Membership type:||Corporate 6-20 (£250+VAT pa)|
Admiral Homespace is recognised as one of the leading Home Improvement Companies in East Anglia. The majority of our installations are comissioned by home owners although we are also increasingly involved in commercial projects for schools local authorities and major construction companies.. The company was proud to be awarded 'Business of the Year' and 'Retailer of the Year' in the Hunts Post and District Council sponsored Business Awards for 2003/2004.
Steve Thorogood the MD is appointed to the Council of Advisors a worlwide consultancy organisation based in New York due to his expertise in the conservatory industry. Admiral also partner with Huntingdon District Council Building Control Department. Conservatories are produced in PVC framing, softwood, hardwood or Oak.
We are also able to provide Timber , Aluminium or PVC replacement windows or doors for any age or style of property. We employ designers ... not double glazing salesmen..!! So you can avail yourselves of our advisory services free of charge and without fear of a crushingly boring encounter.
Loft conversions, extensions as well as Lifetime Rubberbond Flat roofing add to the companies' offer.
Our Show Centre at Alconbury is open six days a week as is our Design Studio at Roxton Garden Centre near Bedford.
Return of the flat roof on home extensions
2 September 2016Read in full
Admiral Homespace launches a new Victorian Style Sash Window.
24 May 2016Read in full
Is it worth replacing a conservatory roof without gaining proper consent ?
10 February 2016Read in full
Admiral Homespace recently warned home owners via Cambridge Network of structurally unproven tiled roof structures being fitted retrospectively to conservatories. The power of the Network meant that this article was seen within days by LABC in London.
29 January 2014Read in full