Whether your home is a period property or more contemporary, there is a conservatory to suit every style. Whether it’s a full-height or knee-wall style, there is a selection on our website to suit your needs.
You may be in a position to extend off your kitchen to create a light-filled space during the winter months. This space could be used as a space to work-from-home from, that’s separate from the rest of your living space.
Most conservatories are easily installable. A contractor can have this work complete in a matter of days if needs be. You can be put you in touch with our 'Registered Installer' network specifically for PVC-U lifestyle products if you don’t already have a contractor in mind.
If you chose a traditional style, you’re choosing a design that will enhance your home beautifully. Traditional conservatories or standard lean-to conservatories are the most minimalist in terms of stylisation. They suit architectural or Scandinavian style homes better than period conservatories.
The most popular and also, the most affordable choice is the White variety. Rosewood is another option.
The Rosewood options suit the period styles of conservatory a lot better in my opinion. The period styles include Victorian and Edwardian. These two conservatory types are quite similar in style in that they both feature an apex roof. The main difference is that Edwardian conservatories are square or rectangular on plan – meaning they have a flat front – whereas Victorian conservatories have an angled front.
Pavilion style conservatories are very popular in traditional neighbourhoods where properties are generally a bit larger. The floorplan and shape is in line with other styles, but the roof glass is usually more embellished and stylised – giving it a more adventurous, ambitious-looking finish.
Gamechanger: If you decide at short notice that you want your new conservatory in time for an upcoming event, it’s entirely possible! Our team will have your conservatory ready to ship in 3-4 weeks.