Here is a recent installation of a Veranda in Dorset. This is a Polycarbonate Veranda and has an anthracite frame.
As well as just the Veranda roof, there is a also a fully retractable electric zip screen mounted to the side. Zip screens provide protection from the sun as well as wind and at the same time offers excellent privacy. Read the rest of this entry »
Here is a nice simple Patio Veranda that has recently been installed in the Buckinghamshire area. This Patio Veranda is made to fit exactly with the wall space available.
For this installation we needed to make a cut out for the pipe that is diverting the boiler flue. We also inset the post on the right hand side to miss the drain.
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This installation is a 6.5m x 3.5m Garden Shelter that is utlising an aluminium frame in anthracite grey, with a tinted polycarbonate roof. This polycarbonate roof has been made to cover the whole decking are which means enjoying sitting outside does not have to be hampered by the weather conditions!
At Nationwide all of our Verandas are custom made to suit your requirements. The primary options that we have are whether you are looking for a traditional styled garden shelter, a Victorian styled Veranda Read the rest of this entry »
This is an installation of a lovely Garden Veranda that was installed in Herefordshire.
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Here is a lovely installation of a Traditional Garden Veranda that we installed to a property in Essex. This is a good example of how our Verandas can be customised to fit any property.
This Garden Veranda is made from a robust aluminium frame and uses glass for the roof. It spans across two separate walls of the property. One wall sits back quite significantly from the other. The overall width of the Garden Veranda was made to a very precise 6089mm and the projection was 2.18m and 3.3m at the deepest point. Read the rest of this entry »
Here is one of our Contemporary Glass Verandas that was installed in the Worcester area in January 2011. This large Patio Roof covers an area of 6.4m x 4m. It has 10.4mm safety laminated glass and the frame is coated in textured anthracite which really gives it a modern feel.
This style of Patio Roof has the gutter built into one or more of the columns. This can then be routed to the garden, to exiting drainage Read the rest of this entry »
Here is a recent installation of a Patio Veranda. This Veranda uses our traditional styled design using both Victorian style posts as well as quarter arches. The roof uses glass rather than polycarbonate.
This was an extremely rainy day and subsequently we only managed to get one picture of this one!
Here is an installation of a more complicated Victorian Patio Shelter or Veranda that was installed in Essex in December 2010. This shelter utilised our Victorian style posts and quarter arches that really give it that traditional feel. As you can see from these photos, this Veranda really fits with the property and as well as it being a really practical patio shelter, it looks aesthetically pleasing as well.
Rather than using a third column on the left hand side, the Veranda is attached to the return wall. This allows for a tight seal against the wall as well as preventing unnecessary space being taken up on the patio area. Read the rest of this entry »
One of the great ways to get outdoors without the worry of the great British weather ruining your day is to utilise one of these Garden Shelters – otherwise known as a Veranda.
Garden shelters can be made using glass or polycarbonate for the roof and a high quality aluminium for the frame. This guarantees strength and durability. As well as this aluminium does not rust and there for stays looking pristine for many years.
Garden shelters can instantly extend your home with a minimum of hassle and disruption. Read the rest of this entry »
Here is an installation that was carried out in November 2011 in the county of Derbyshire.
When choosing your Veranda you do not always need to consider it as just a structure that attaches to your wall. In the example above you can see that this customer opted to have more of a freestanding structure. It could have been totally independent from the building if required but clearly the purpose here is to provide an area of shelter leading from the door. Read the rest of this entry »