Often the design is dependent on the space available and sometimes consideration should be shown towards a particular view or aspect to make the most of the outside space. The conservatory should be sympathetic to the style of your home and in proportion to the house and garden then blend seamlessly between the two. We use a computerised design package to demonstrate the choices available.
Victorian styles are probably the most versatile and can be adapted to suit any shape or style of garden.
They can seem less imposing than other styles without compromising on space. Typically they have a three or five facet bay.
Edwardian/Georgian characterised by its square or rectangular foot print it offers maximum floor area and a variety of
furnishing options. This design often suits a contemporary home with its strong lines and simplistic styling. Ridged roofs with boxed guttering offer
even more flexibility.
Sunrooms are often referred to as Lean-to or Mediterranean. You may be looking for something less ornate or
fussy but still stylish and modern. It particularly suits a bungalow or a property with low eaves.
Gable ends make a style statement with an imposing front elevation, delivering a sense of height and space.
The Gable adds a real sense of grandeur and presence whether attached to a period or modern home.
Bespoke designs include Lanterns and Orangeries or something unique to suit an unusual space or your desire to
be different and make a style statement. Talk through your ideas and make them a reality.
The options are endless - using a combination of lean-to, pitched and lantern roofs almost any shape is feasible P-shape, T-shape, L-shape... Bi-fold
sliding doors can literally open up a side or front elevation.
Glazing and Ventilation
Glazing options are available to suit all pockets and will depend on how you wish to use your new conservatory. Starting with Polycarbonate through to standard glass and now thermally efficient glass is available to reduce the effects of solar heat in summer and heat loss in winter.
Ventilation is essential on the warmest summer days particularly on south facing elevations. Roof vents keep the elements out and allow fresh air in.
Talk to us about your ideas for your new conservatory
We will make it into a reality for you to enjoy for years to come
We only use high quality, established builders and the finest quality materials. Taking into consideration the
ventilation requirements, thermal efficiency, security and safety, your conservatory will be constructed to the highest standard.
We will never sell or recommend anything that is not suited to your requirements.