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Edwardian conservatories are guaranteed to add a decorative a touch of elegance to any home, whether you live in a modern or period property. Easily recognisable for their square or rectangular shape, an Edwardian conservatory is one of the largest available and lets you use the maximum floor space available.

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The Benefits of Edwardian Conservatories

Boasting a classic look, discover the other main benefits of a stylish Edwardian conservatory now!

  • Enhance the appearance of your home

    Adding a custom-built Edwardian conservatory design to your home will provide tonnes of useable floor space

  • Grand and imposing

    Its square or rectangular shape is a real style statement and can be used for almost any purpose

  • Unrivalled versatility

    By adding vital extra space at the heart of your home, it can act as a dining room, living room, office, play room or to extend a kitchen

  • Improved security

    Highly-secure window and door locks means there is less chance of unwanted visitors entering your home

  • Increase any property value

    Improve the saleability and worth of your home by adding extra a stylish extra living space

  • Highly energy efficient

    Help your home to stay warm and eliminate draughts with the latest glass technology

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With a classic sloping four-sided glass pitched roof that will flood your home with natural light, Edwardian conservatories create a bright living space that can be used for a variety of purposes, such as a dining room, play room or additional kitchen area.

To give an even greater impression of space, your Edwardian conservatory can have its side walls glazed from floor to ceiling - which can prove useful if you're trying to create a seamless transition between your home and garden. For extra privacy, we can either blend the Edwardian conservatory structure into your home with additional brickwork walls or add solid panels wherever you choose.

Still one of our most popular styles, Edwardian conservatories boast a traditional look that reflects the period from 1901 to 1914 which first became popular during the reign of King Edward VII. Although it boasts sleeker and simpler lines than an ornate style Victorian conservatory, you can personalize it to your own tastes by adding flourishes like finials or decorative glass.

A modern design with a traditional twist, our Edwardian conservatories are guaranteed to add space and value to any home. Discover how one could improve your lifestyle, fill in our online call-back form and arrange for one of our experts to complete a complimentary design survey. Or call 0800 181888 and ask for a free no-obligation quote now!

Edwardian Conservatories FAQs

What Edwardian conservatory roof options are there?

When you invest in an Edwardian conservatory from EYG there are a number of roof options available - all you have to do is choose the system which is best for you. A traditional clear glass Edwardian conservatory roof will help to fill the space with natural light, but a solid design may be better suited to your lifestyle and the reason why you need the additional space.

The main benefit of our insulated tiled conservatory roofs is that they ensure your space is thermally efficient and useable for 12 months of the year. Polycarbonate and self-cleaning glass roofs are still a popular choice, but if you are unsure what's best for you one of our experts will happily offer you some advice.

What Edwardian conservatory colours are there?

At EYG, all of our conservatories are available in uPVC and wood so you can complement your property's character perfectly. Our uPVC Edwardian conservatories can be finished in a wide range of colours, with more than 28 RAL colours options available, as well as a woodgrain-effect uPVC finish. If you want to have a different shade on the interior and exterior, our dual-colour option will let you do just that.

Can I upgrade my existing Edwardian conservatory?

If you already have an Edwardian conservatory but you're keen to make more use of it, it is worth considering our lightweight tiled conservatory roof. If your existing structure is strong enough to support one, it will transform your conservatory into a space which can be used 365 days of the year by regulating the temperature inside.

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