Whether you want to enjoy your garden all year round or require more living space without the problems associated with moving house, a conservatory is an ideal and popular investment. A conservatory is one of the more significant improvements you can make to a house, and one that comes with quite a few considerations. More often than not a conservatory is rectangular or square, but they can also be ‘T’ or ‘P’ shaped, and the size depends on what you intend to use the space for. For example, if it’s a dining room and you want to entertain six-eight people then you should be considering a conservatory measuring 4m x 4m.
If you are looking for a conservatory that is clean and crisp and won’t detract from the look your property, a lean-to conservatory is the ideal choice. Lean-to conservatories are perfect for properties with a low ceiling and a limited amount of garden space. In addition, the pitched roof can be varied, making it a popular style to enhance properties of all shapes and sizes.
Victorian conservatories are the most popular choice, suiting all styles of home, whether you own a period property or a new build. The Victorian conservatory features a bay front and a steeply pitched roof, and can be made out of modern materials such as uPVC and aluminium. The most recognisable characteristic of the Victorian conservatory is the multi-faceted front.
Edwardian conservatories are designed to reflect the elegant and dignified simplicity of the Edwardian architectural style.
With its sleek lines and styled front elevations, gable-end conservatories can add a touch of real grandeur to your home.
Whether you desire something simple or intricate, a bespoke conservatory is an ideal choice allowing you to create the perfect conservatory for you and your home. Bespoke conservatories can be crafted using the finest materials and can enhance the appearance of your home to your desired specification.
The sleek lines of aluminium not only allow more natural light to flood into your home, but also provide a versatile extension that requires very little maintenance. Overall, its strength, lifetime performance, and appearance make aluminium conservatories a popular choice amongst homeowners and architects.
With their charming character and warm, wonderful lines, timber exudes an elegance that will be admired and enjoyed by all who see it. The natural grain offers an organic look that blends neatly within a garden environment, and is available in a variety of hardwoods including Oak and Mahogany.
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A conservatory is a perfect solution for those who require extra space. it can be used as an extension to your existing kitchen or living space as well as create a spacious and functional dining area. The additional of bi fold or sliding patio doors will also allow you to extend your living space out in the garden and beyond.
Conservatories offer a great way to increase the amount of natural light that flows into your home. Within seconds you can open up your new conservatory with a wide range of door options to choose from. Increased light and enhanced views are guaranteed courtesy of the large expanse of glass.
Conservatories are available in range of classic and contemporary materials including uPVC, Aluminium and Timber.
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Victorian conservatories boast a classic British design that would be suitable for any property type.Learn More
Lean-to conservatories are ideal for properties with limited space like bungalows.Learn More
The natural and elegant design of a timber conservatory makes it a beautiful addition to any home.Learn More
Gable conservatories offer a seamless design that adds style and also maximises light coming into the room.Learn More
Edwardian conservatories bring a host of benefits to your home giving you a place to relax and unwind.Learn More
Bespoke conservatories are individually designed to your requirements and exact specification.Learn More
The sleek lines of an aluminium conservatory can help create the ultimiate style statement for your home.Learn More