The Edwardian conservatory is probably the most popular as its versatility makes it suitable for most house styles. It offers excellent use of floor space due to the square or rectangular internal shape. Each side of the roof slopes back to the centre for a classic look.
The Victorian conservatory has a distinguishing bay-fronted feature that gives the conservatory a soft, curved finish. The style of the conservatory is a much more classical and very popular when the conservatory is to be a real feature of the property.
The Lean To style is suitable for those who like a clean, understated look to their conservatory. The pitch of the roof can be tailored to match the pitch of the property with a low pitch for a bungalow or a steeper pitch for a terraced or detached house. A Hipped End Lean To can give the conservatory a much softer look.
A Gable-fronted conservatory is the perfect way to add a sense of grandeur to a property. The front of the roof remains vertical, making for a very high roof that offers the feeling of space. The option exists to add a cartwheel or sunburst detail to the front of the conservatory providing the ultimate contemporary look.
If you are looking for something large and stylish, P-shape is the perfect solution, combining two styles of conservatory with a projection on one side. It’s best suited to a large space where the room might be used as a dining area or family room. The P-shape can be specified as an Edwardian or Gable in style.
The T-Shape is a large and impressive addition to any home. It is suited to larger properties and is similar to a P-shape in that two different styles of conservatories can be combined. Rather than having a left- or right-sided projection, it is distinguished by a central projection that can be either a Victorian, Edwardian or Gable.
Orangeries offer all the light of a glazed conservatory with the permanence of an extension. Solid walls combine with a glazed, or atrium, roof that provides a breath-taking focus point. Many of our customers combine their Orangery project with a new kitchen overlooking the garden and the option to have folding doors opening the room up on to the garden.
Livin roof is the first roofing system designed to combine solid and glazed roofing seamlessly to extend living space and enhance thermal performance. Livin roof is the perfect solution to upgrade an existing conservatory and make the room habitable and useable all year. With Livin roof there is no need to replace the whole the conservatory; simply upgrade the roof to give your extension a whole new look and feel.
A Loggia adds value to your home making it an excellent investment. It combines elements of light and sky with the solidity of corner columns. Internal plastered walls and ceilings create the feel of an extension for substantially less money.
This hybrid system combines the look and feel of an Orangery with the structure of a conservatory. This allows for an inside ceiling perimeter with down lighters and the decorative cornice outside at a fraction of the price of a traditional Orangery construction.
Our solid roof solution is designed to be installed as a retro fit onto existing conservatory window frames, converting your conservatory into an all-year round space. Our solid roof has an incredible ‘U’ value (heat loss measurement) of 0.18 that meets with current building regulations for heat loss. With a choice of slate colours on the roof and a 10-year insurance backed guarantee, the roof has an incredible life expectancy of 60 years.
An Ultrasky roof light can be installed on a new build extension, Orangery, or inserted in to an existing flat roof, adding a feeling of space and natural light to your home. The thermally efficient glazing helps reduce heat loss and noise pollution, simultaneously letting the desired amount of light in to your room.