Conservatories .

Victorian Conservatories

Victorian conservatories are characterised by angled roofs, often with ornate detailing, and a faceted end which projects into your garden. This design works beautifully in all sizes. You can choose a dwarf wall to match your home’s building material, and have your conservatory constructed in almost any colour as well as classic white.

  • Choice of colour
  • Energy-efficient glazing
  • 3,5 or 7 faceted designs
  • Choice of doors
  • Matches windows and doors.

Edwardian Conservatories

Based on a simple square or rectangular footprint, the Edwardian conservatory offers plenty of usable space. They can be built with either a pitched or gable-ended roof or can incorporate French, sliding or even bi-folding doors. Edwardian conservatories are versatile and adaptable with numerous decorative flourishes and features.

  • Choice of colour
  • Choice of doors and windows
  • Secure with multipoint locking throughout
  • Double or triple glazed
  • Low maintenance
  • Leaded and decorative glass options.

Gable Conservatories

Gable conservatories are similar in appearance to Edwardian conservatories, the difference being that the front panel of the roof is set at a vertical rather than sloping in the centre, creating a real sense inside of height and volume. The gabled roof can be set at a pitch that will be best suited to the location, and lends the interior an elegant and spacious feel.

  • Choice of colour
  • Choice of doors and windows
  • Secure with multipoint locking throughout
  • Double or triple glazed
  • Low maintenance
  • Leaded and decorative glass options.

P-Shaped Conservatories

P-Shaped conservatories are made by joining a Victorian style to an Edwardian style conservatory. They are ideal for larger properties or where you want to use new space for two different purposes. The faceted end could be used as a dining room, for example, and the return section could be a lounge area or children’s play room.

  • Configurable layout
  • Choice of doors, windows and roofing details.