P&P Windows, Doors and Conservatories
P&P Windows, Doors and Conservatories

Ultraframe

To much space is never a problem

LOCATION

314 MARGATE ROAD, RAMSGATE,

KENT, CT12 6AN

CONTACT

INFO@PANDPWINDOWS.COM

01843 579666


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 Having too much space is never as great a problem as having too little. A conservatory, orangery or home extension will all add extra space to your home in a aesthetically pleasing way and can add significantly to the value of your home. We are proud to be an approved installer for Ultraframe, leading the conservatory industry through innovation and expertise, they are renowned as one of the fore runners in their field.

In this category you'll find everything you need under one roof if you are considering a conservatory, orangery, extension or skylight. The sky is the limit...

The best products

Ultraframe have a roofing system solution to suit every home and every budget, with a choice of traditional or contemporary looks. The Ultraframe glazed roof is the most configurable on the market, thereby creating the best new space for every home. Ultraframe supply the widest range of styles available and offer options for personalisation to ensure your conservatory, orangery or extension will be as individual as you are. Their products are the most thermally efficient on the market so you'll be more comfortable in the winter. Your summer comfort is our priority too. Choose high performance climate controlled glazing to keep you cooler in summer and warmer in winter.

The reassurance of a quality brand

All Ultraframe roofs are engineered for the extremes of the UK climate and glazed roofs are approved by the British Board of Agrement (BBA) to last "at least 25 years"

Ultraframe's unique software - with its integrated design guide - draws on weather data to ensure your conservatory/extension is designed for that once in 50 year occurrence of extreme snow loads or wind speeds. We'll use your postcode to ensure compliance with the correct structural loads which only Ultraframe can verify through its software.

A style to suit all tastes

  • A gable-fronted style of conservatory adds a sense of grandeur to any home, with a high roof slope and the same floor space as a Georgian, a Gable offers excellent use of internal space. The front, panel of the roof remains upright rather than sloping back to the centre as on a Georgian, creating a feeling of great height within the conservatory.

  • Many buyers favour the Georgian which is a flat-fronted style that offers excellent use of floor space due to a square or rectangular internal shape. Each side of the roof slopes back to the centre and the resulting contemporary style is suited to the majority of properties. This design is ever more popular, mainly due to the way it optimises space, as the 90 degree corners are perfect for sofas and tables.

  • Victorian is a popular and versatile, yet traditional style of conservatory. Its distinguishing architectural feature, a bay front, with either an angled (3 bay) or slightly curved (5) bay front, combined with a steeply pitched roof and ornate ridge details give this style of conservatory a more classical appearance.

  • The lean-to style could be for those who prefer clean understated lines. Traditional or contemporary, this style is ideal for properties with limited space under the eaves or an awkward area in which to fit a conservatory.

  • The P & T shapes take their name from the plan view of each design. The ideal style for a larger conservatory, a P-shape can combine for example a lean-to and a Victorian, to create a versatile style that can be used as two different areas. Due to the proportions needed to achieve both the P & T shapes, the styles are better suited to larger properties, giving a versatile floor space and impressive result to any home.

  • Choosing a Lantern style conservatory ensures drama and style, representing the grandeur of times gone by. The two-tiered effect adds a new dimension to your conservatory and the extra ceiling height adds to the feeling of light and space. Lanterns are typically suited to older style period properties and are often chosen for larger conservatories and can be built in conjunction with a portal frame.

  • An Orangery is a bespoke solution to adding light and space to your home. The Orangery is a new take on the traditional atrium-style conservatory, brought up to date with the very latest technology from Ultraframe. The light bright and airy interior will add a new dimension to your home and provide a seamless link between your home and garden. Externally the Orangery features a flat roof around the perimeter along with a structural grade aluminium roof capped and clad with low maintenance thermal uPVC cappings and claddings. For those wanting style, with a flat roof element all round to create what some call an atrium roof, the Ultraframe Traditional Orangery is the perfect option. Choose from either a version with masonry parapet walls or a version with a fascia perimeter, both feature a flat roof around the perimeter. It provides a touch more privacy than a conservatory due to the brick pillars which distinguish this style. The interior height of the Orangery provides a breathtaking focal point through which light floods into your home, and allows for breathtaking views of the sky above.


A well designed, well built conservatory makes an outstanding addition to any property, giving you a bright and airy space all year round
— Mr & Mrs Webb, Broadstairs, Kent

LivinROOM by Ultraframe offers you the best of both worlds, combining the light and sky of a conservatory with the walls and ceiling of an extension. LivinROOM is truly multi-functional, creating a pleasant and relaxing space for reading or it can be a 'full on' family room. LivinROOM gives you so many benefits:

  • Enjoy the light from a conservatory with the feel of an extension - providing greater overall value and the best of all worlds

  • Creates a whole new dynamic to the space - a 'real room/living room' feel

  • Improved thermal efficiency when compared to a standard conservatory

  • You can maintain light and space by using windows all round, have brick piers to give a greater sense of solidity or use super insulated Loggia columns

  • The real room/living room feel means more styling and furnishing options and the perimeter ceiling is perfect for down lighters