Lean to Conservatories

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Lean to conservatory designs are the most cost-effective solution for increasing the floor space in your home and adding an extra room. Designed to be built and run alongside the back exterior wall of your house, the lean-to conservatory bridges the gap between home and garden - making a perfect sun-filled room that can have multiple uses.

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Lean to conservatory styles continue to be one of the most cost-effective ways to add extra living space to a property. Imagine how this multi-use room could improve your home!

The Benefits of Lean to Conservatories

Simple but stylish, the lean to conservatory is a classic design that will add valuable extra space to any home - check out the other additional benefits here!

  • Simple and stylish

    Lean-to conservatories are perfect if you prefer simple and understated lines

  • Ideal for small spaces

    Perfect for areas where space is at a premium - such as the back of a bungalow, where the low pitch roof can fit under the eaves

  • Useable floor space

    Because of its rectangular shape, the lean-to conservatory makes the most of every inch

  • Straightforward to design

    Lean-to conservatories are easy to draw up because of their super simple shape

  • Affordable home extension

    This style is one of the most cost efficient ways to extend your home

  • Quick and simple to build

    All essential services like heating, electricity and water are all readily available from inside your home

Why choose EYG to fit your new conservatory?

When you're making a significant investment in your home, we know how important it is to have 100 per cent faith in the people trusted to complete the transformation.

Established in 1970, EYG is proud to be one of the longest-established home improvement and best double glazing companies in the UK.

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Learn more about Lean to Conservatories

Originally associated with the Mediterranean region, where the lean to conservatory takes full advantage of the natural sunlight, they were historically used as a greenhouse or sunroom when they first became popular in the UK.

With its clean lines and contemporary look, the lean to conservatory - or Mediterranean conservatory as it is sometimes known - remains a popular choice. Nowadays they are widely utilised as either a garden room, office, dining room, living room or play room because of their simple shape and easy accessibility.

Because of their simple structure and straightforward design, lean to conservatory prices are often much more affordable than other conservatory styles. They are also a great option when a small conservatory is required because they have just as much potential - and can still transform your home into a light, airy and welcoming place to be.

As one of the biggest double glazing manufacturers and installers in the UK, customers have trust us to design and install lean to conservatories ever since the business was established in 1970.

To put more than 45 years of experience to the test and discover more about how much our lean to conservatory costs, fill in a call-back form and arrange for a complimentary design survey at your home. Discover our lean to conservatory prices, call 0800 181888 and ask for a free quote!

Lean to Conservatories FAQs

What materials can I choose?

Whether you are hunting for a small lean to conservatory or one that is on a much bigger scale, EYG has a range of options to suit your needs. Available in uPVC, aluminium or timber; all you have to do is choose a style and colour which will complement your home. You also need to consider if a dwarf wall is needed or whether to have glass panels which extend right the way down to the floor.

What roof styles are there?

The polycarbonate roof and self-cleaning glass option both allow natural light to flood into your home. We also offer one of the best solid tiled conservatory roofs in the industry, which will create a space that's useable all year round.

What are the ventilation options?

Introducing additional ventilation can increase both enjoyment and comfort levels inside a conservatory. Because of their traditional low pitch roofs, lean to conservatories do not usually come with roof openings. But you can select the window style you prefer and choose the location of the openings to let air to pass through easily.

Will I need planning permission?

Planning permission for lean to conservatories is not needed in most cases because these structures are classed as a permitted development work. However, there are limits on the size and location that a lean to conservatory can be installed without the need for planning permission so it's a good idea to check before work gets underway.

Because we take care of all aspects of the design, manufacture and construction process, EYG will do this on your behalf - even before we have even agreed on a price. Visit our conservatories page to find out more now.

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