Conservatories can add a significant amount of light, space and value to any property regardless of size. Available in various styles, they can be completed with a dwarf, 3/4 or full height wall as required. Brick pillars and tiled roof turn the design from conservatory to orangery, which can really add a sense of formal space to your home and the use of a lantern roof keeps the light flooding in.

Roof glazing can be either glass, polycarbonate or tiles 

Frames are 70mm with 28mm sealed units to maximise thermal efficiency

Sealed units are 28mm Pilkington K glass 

Basic designs

  • Lean-to: Maximising even the most limited of spaces, the pitched roof can fit under the lowest of eaves. The Lean-to can add light filled living space to the smallest of houses and gardens

  • Victorian: The most popular style of conservatory projecting off the house with a pitched roof and bay front which gives it a curved appearance. Suitable for many house styles

  • Edwardian: Suiting traditional and modern house designs, the flat fronted square or rectangular internal shape offers excellent use of floor space with the centre-pitched roof offering an airy effect

  • P-Shape: An impressive combination of conservatory styles incorporating a wide Lean-To base projecting out at one end to a Victorian or Georgian design. Ideal for larger properties

  • Gable: Similar to an Edwardian and offering the same floor space, the Gable's roof is upright rather than sloping back to the centre pitch offering a greater sense of space within

  • Lantern: Similar to an Edwardian, the roof gains even more height with the presence of a lantern roof
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