A beautiful Verandah on a delightful Period house in Kent; 5.3m x 2.5m deep, hipped ends; standard Lattice columns and Quarter arches; £7.75K++
This is a beautiful Verandah in Ascot, 4.7 x 3m; glazed gable ends; £8.75K
This alcove Verandah in our standard lattice style matches the original lead and iron windows. Located in Lincolnshire, 3.6m wide by 2.9m deep; £6K+
Lattice column with lattice quarter arches; shallow roof pitch to fit the single-storey extension; a nice restful cream colour; 3.8m x 2.5m deep; £5.8K+
A Verandah on a beautiful Georgian single-storey building in Kent; standard lattice columns with Quarter arches; 6 x 2m; £8.5K++
A delicately-styled Verandah on a stone house, using our V8 columns and Circles quarter arches in a delightful colour. 6.5m x 2.6m deep; £8K++
A highly individual Verandah, on the first floor level, incorporating traditional lead and curved glass roofing. Uses our V8 style columns. Also see the following photo. £30K+
This really complements the traditional Victorian house and uses our V8 style of columns and quarter arches. Price includes railings and customised ceilings. £30K+
Located in Buddleigh Salterton, Devon; V8 columns with Circles Quarter arches and hipped ends; 9m long x 1.5m deep; finished dark navy blue. £11K++
A corner Verandah on a Victorian House; a total length of nearly 14m x 1.5m deep; hipped corner with V8 columns and Circles Quarter arches; £16.25K++
A V8 style verandah with glazed gable ends located on a first floor decked area, in an unusual shade of green. £9K+
This is a Lattice style Verandah, finished in a beautiful cream shade that blends perfectly with the natural stonework of the house. £11K approx
Imagine the pleasure of sitting under a glass roofed verandah on a balmy summer night, or sheltered from a rain shower; still able to enjoy a barbeque while others can't, or simply watching in blissful silence as the first snows fall.
All our verandahs are made made to your bespoke design. The Carmen Verandah is able to go around corners and to have either Gabled or Hipped ends, depending on what best suits your property. The pitch of the roof can be varied between 3° and 42°, which allows for any height restrictions caused by upper storey windows or single storey constructions.
Planning permission for Verandahs is not usually required, as they are classified as being 'temporary structures', however we advise checking with your local authority Planning Officers to determine your specific compliances.
I never thought I'd be able to grow apricots in my garden in Northamptonshire, but we picked several kilos last year from our tree under the lovely Verandah you erected for us two years ago. Wonderful!