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A high quality Conservatory will add space, light and value to your home; giving you the extra room you always wanted – perhaps for a play area, home office or dining room.
As one of the most popular styles, the Victorian conservatory can add a traditional element to your home.
The shape, usually consisting of 3 or 5 sides can create a spacious room for you to use for a variety of purposes.
The Victorian conservatory can be designed specifically to suit your needs – creating an attractive and versatile addition to your home.
The Edwardian conservatory, which is sometimes referred to as the Georgian conservatory is either square or rectangular in shape.
Although a very similiar style to the Victorian conservatory it’s shape allows you to maximise the floor space.
With a traditional appearance, the Edwardian conservatory can make for a great extra room to your home.
The Lean-to conservatory has a modern feel and can work best if you are on a tight budget.
It is usually rectangular in shape and features a low-pitch roof. It combines clean lines and a modern feel to create the perfect sun room.
The Lean-to conservatory is the perfect fit for height restricted properties, such as bungalows.
The main selling point of the Gable conservatory is the traditional apex pitched roof with a striking front elevation that is fully glazed right up to the apex.
It shares similarities with the Edwardian conservatory but brings a distinctive look to your home.
The Gable conservatory works well with period properties, adding a classic feel to your home.
The Combination conservatory is the ultimate flexible design. It combines a range of shapes and is designed to personally fit your garden.
There are endless possibilities for design to create a space most suitable for your home.
No matter what space you you can create a Combination conservatory to fit it perfectly. You can create more than one extra living space by combining different conservatory options.
The Orangery gives you the best of both worlds, combining an extension and a conservatory.
You can incorporate openers to increase ventilation or personalise your design with decorative glazing panels.
You can find out more about our Orangeries here: