Eden Conservatories Endure The Test Of Time

Unless you intend on living in your house for the rest of your life, you shouldn’t expect to have to replace your conservatory.

We build all of our conservatories to last and rigorously test every material used during the construction phase to assure their lasting quality.

Backing up these bold claims, we were delighted to recently receive a Tweet from an old customer with some photographs attached of a conservatory we fitted for him in 2014.

Taken as he prepares to sell the property, he got in touch to show us that the Gable end conservatory was still in immaculate condition and remarked on how sorry he was to be leaving it behind for pastures new.

Eden Gable end 3

We must admit that much of the credit for how stunning the conservatory looks must go to the homeowner as it has been beautifully organised and accessorised; the chandelier and dining table are both magnificent centrepieces.

Eden Gable end 2

Another customer contacted us who was similar impressed with the staying power of an Eden conservatory fitted at their residence 4 years ago.

Living in an area hit by Storm Katie last month, the adverse weather didn’t let the structure off lightly.

Take a close look at the bottom left hand corner of the centre pane below and you will spot an impact mark where the glass was hit and shattered.

Eden storm conservatory

Because it was double glazed, thankfully this only occurred on the outside of the glass, and so the inside of the extension remained thermally efficient whilst the winds continued to batter it.

There’s no better ringing endorsement for our fabulous conservatory range than when it receives such high level praise from customers.

Hopefully it will have given you food for thought if you’re currently considering adding a conservatory in time for the summer.

If it has, then please visit our showroom or contact us.


Everyone is welcome to come in and browse around our Gillingham Showroom in Kent, where our friendly sales team will be pleased to help with any questions you may have.

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