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Conservatories - Pilkington - First in Glass

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Conservatories Adding a conservatory or a glass box extension is now an extremely popular means to increase the available space in your home, as well as adding value to your property. A glass extension can be beneficial for a wide range of reasons:

Conservatories - Pilkington

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Conservatories The Part L 2021 consultation process for England started in late 2019 with proposals released for new dwellings. A subsequent consultation on proposals for existing dwellings, including conservatories added to existing dwellings, ends on 13 th April 2021.

Replacement Conservatory Roofs - Pilkington

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A simple and affordable way to enhance the look and value of your home. Creates a brighter environment with natural light, compared to polycarbonate roofs or indeed tiled conservatory roofs with or without skylights. Helps bring the “outside in”, creating a light filled room that can be used all year round.

A Brief History of the glass Conservatory

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When the term ‘conservatory’ was initially coined it referred to stand-alone structures that were often used to house exotic plants in climates that couldn’t sustain them.

Pilkington Activ SunShade™

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Ideal for use in the walls and roof of conservatories Available in 4mm and 6mm thickness Durable, single stock, toughenable on- and off-line coated glass, easy to handle and process; can be cut, laminated, toughened, heat-strengthened, bent and made into IGUs using standard processing techniques ensuring speedy delivery

Product Finder - Pilkington

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The ideal glass solution for conservatories and orangeries. Pilkington Activ Suncool™ Pilkington Activ Suncool™ Pro T offers additional safety and mechanical strength properties after toughening. Pilkington Activ SunShade™

Solar Control - Pilkington

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Solar control glass can be specified for any situation where excessive solar heat gain is likely to be an issue, eg. large facades, glass walkways, atria and conservatories. All products are available in toughened or laminated form for safety and security requirements, and can be combined with other benefits such as noise control. How it works

Pilkington Activ™ Range

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Pilkington Activ™ ideal for hard-to-reach roof glazing, skylights, conservatories and large glazed areas, saving time and money; Windows look cleaner for longer; Pilkington Activ™ coating lasts the lifetime of the glass; Easily cleaned during dry spells by hosing down; The Pilkington Activ™ range can be used in conjunction with a host of other Pilkington products to achieve a variety of ...

Structural Glazing Systems |Pilkington Planar™

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Overview. Pilkington Planar™, the world’s leading structural glass system has evolved from the original patch plate system pioneered by Pilkington Architectural over 45 years ago.With a proven track record in the most demanding applications, the Pilkington Planar™ system lets architects create a complete glass envelope for buildings, with façades on any plane.

How does it work? - Pilkington

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After years of development, Pilkington Activ ™ is the world's first self-cleaning glass to use a microscopic coating with a unique dual-action. The first stage of the cleaning process is " photocatalytic ". In this stage the coating reacts with daylight to break down organic dirt . The second stage is " hydrophilic ".