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Contemporary and classic conservatories

Whether you have a new-build home or a period property, there is a conservatory style to suit you.

We can create a contemporary conservatory for a newer-style home or you can choose from a more classic style if your home is an older period property.

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modern and classic conservatories

Lean to Conservatories

A lean to conservatory remains one of our best sellers - offering a contemporary look for the rear of any property and acting as a quick, easy and cheaper alternative to a traditional brick home extension.

A design classic and probably the most cost-effective way to add another room to your home, the lean-to conservatory can have either a polycarbonate, glass or tiled conservatory roof.

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Lean to conservatories

Victorian Conservatories

If you want a Victorian look for a period home, then we have a beautiful selection of Victorian conservatories featuring ornate cresting and finials.

The ornate look is very popular with owners of period properties who want to build a conservatory which is in keeping with their home and street scene.

The Victorian conservatory is one of the most traditional you can buy, and has a stunning bay front with a pitched roof, allowing plenty of natural light and creating an airy, sunny space.

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Victorian conservatories

Gable End Conservatories

A gable end conservatory has a roof that stands upright like the end of a house, instead of sloping inwards towards the centre of the room.

This gives it a very appealing look from both inside and out, creating extra height from inside the conservatory but also giving the impression of grandeur from the outside.

This style works well with period homes, having the look and feel of an old-style orangery which is common with the maginificent country houses of old.

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Gable end conservatories

Edwardian Conservatories

Add a touch of elegance to your home with an Edwardian conservatory – ideal for maximising the floor space in both modern and period properties.

Edwardian conservatories are symmetrical and often square or rectangular, and traditionally include large glass panels which create very light and airy rooms which are flooded wth natural light.

The Edwardian style is perfectly suited to either a glass roof or solid tiled roof, or create your own 'hybrid' roof which is largely solid but has occasional glass panels which allows you to have a room that maintains a reglar temperature, while still enjoying the benefits of creating a light-filled space to enjoy.

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Edwardian conservatories

P Shaped Conservatories

Ideal for detached houses and larger homes, the P-shaped conservatory is guaranteed to add a feeling of luxury and grandeur.

The P-shape combines both a lean to conservatory with a Victorian style and can have three or five sides, depending on the size of the house.

The P-shaped conservatory can vary in size, and be finished with a style of doors including patio, French or bifold doors and any solid, tiled, glass or hybrid conservatory roof.

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P shaped conservatory

Tiled Roofs

Turn old and cold conservatories into a cosy and comfortable space with a solid tiled conservatory roof - ideal maintaining a steady temperature in all seasons.

Your existing conservatory roof may be letting out too much heat in the winter, or allowing too much heat in during summer months, but you can easily rectify this with a solid tiled conservatory roof, which can be fitted onto your conservatory with minimum fuss or hassle.

It doesn't even need to be one of our own conservatories, we can fit them on to any style or shape, just ask us for our solid roof options, and give yourself a sunny room that can be used all year round.

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Solid tiled conservatory roof

Hybrid Roofs

Avoid annoying temperature fluctuations and turn your conservatory into a cosy year-round retreat with a Hybrid roof – combining solid and glass vaulted panels.

The solid sections keep your conservatory a reguar and pleasant temperature, while the glass cutaway panels add slices of light to fill the room, creating a space that enjoys the both of best worlds.

The 'hybrid' roof can be fitted to any existing conservatory to bring it up to modern standards for energy efficiency, while also giving your conservatory a stylish and contemporary look.

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Solid and glass conservatory roof

Wooden Conservatories

Add a charming contemporary twist to any home with a bespoke-built wooden conservatory - a classic and timeless look which will suit any style of home.

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wooden conservatories

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The different types of conservatories

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