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Aluminium roof lantern, skylight and flat roof skylight are all terms used to describe a glazed structure constructed within a flat roof system. Our aluminium lantern roof systems come in a broad range of both standard and bespoke sizes. Using premium aluminium slim line technology, Hehku are able to combine stunning aesthetics with outstanding thermal performance to produce one of the most eye-catching products available for orangery extension, glazed extension or kitchen extension…

Aluminium roof lantern, skylight and flat roof skylight are all terms used to describe a glazed structure constructed within a flat roof system. Our aluminium lantern roof systems come in a broad range of both standard and bespoke sizes. Using premium alu

www.iqglassuk.com    Frameless fixed structural glass window or 'Picture Window' at residential extension by IQ Glass                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Kitchen: Frameless fixed structural glass window or 'Picture Window' at residential extension by IQ Glass

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Key elements from glass houses, conservatories, extensions and orangeries are combined together to form stunning living spaces that are miles.

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Transform your home for summer with kitchen extensions in London by Simply Extend. Kitchen extensions in London do more than increase your cooking area; they can transform your home and your way of life.

Ciprian Ilie on the glass terrace at the rear of his grade II listed Georgian home, with porcelain balls by Koji Shiraya far left. Photographed by Jake Fitzjones

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Image 76 - Ciprian Ilie on the glass terrace at the rear of his grade II listed Georgian home, with porcelain balls by Koji Shiraya far left. Photographed by Jake Fitzjones