Conservatories are an excellent addition to any home. Not only do they add valuable living space they also increase the value of your home. There are many different options when it comes to conservatories as they come in a range of different styles.
This style has a clean and simple look to it. Called a lean to because of the way that it appears to be leaning against the home, they are great for fitting in awkward spaces or onto houses with low eaves. The lean to conservatory features a large amount of floor space and lets in a lot of light. The pitch of the roof can also be adjusted so that it better matches your home.
Arguably the most popular style, these are extremely versatile and make a fantastic feature. The rounded end wall is attractive and classically stylish and helps maximise available light.
The Edwardian style maximises floor space through its square or rectangular shape. It also offers an impressive amount of headspace because of the angled roof that gently slopes away from the centre in all directions. This gives the whole conservatory an exceptionally spacious and airy feel which makes it the perfect space for both entertaining and everyday use.
This style adds a sense of grandeur. It makes excellent use of interior space because the floor shape is similar to the Edwardian style but with an ever so dramatic roof. The upright section at the front adds a sense of height to the conservatory and the sloping sections either side ensure rainwater flows away.
A veranda style conservatory brings the outside in. Manufactured from aluminium, the roof stretches over the front frame to create an outside area that is covered. You can open the wide bi-fold doors to complete the incredible connection between your garden and the inside of this unique conservatory. This makes it fantastic for garden parties.
This style appears more like an orangery but this is only because the frame is plastered to create an internal perimeter ceiling that is perfect for installing downlights in. You get a lot of freedom within this style as you can opt for masonry or glass walls or a combination of the two. It is the most versatile and customisable conservatory option.
If none of these styles are exactly what you want, then a custom design can be created to build a conservatory that satisfies your every interior whim.