The first conservatories first appeared in the 16th Century, an architectural marvel at the time. The Edwardian and Elizabethan styles are still as popular today as they were then. While the main construction material during those eras was timber, modern conservatories are made from either timber or uPVC or aluminium.
Although there is a variety of designs and styles to choose from when considering having a conservatory installed, there are several construction materials to choose from, uPVC, aluminium or timber. Extra options are also available which include the following:
- HighHigh-performance for enhanced energy performance.
- Precision engineered roofing systems to reduce heat retention.
- Heating and electrics.
- Various colour options.
- Solid, insulated bases to improve insulation and keep the conservatory warm in winter.
- Selection of finishing touches including trims patterned and stained glass.
Whatever style you settle on, you can rest assured your conservatory is designed, manufactured and installed by experts with years of experience under their belts.
Below are the eight most common conservatory designs you can choose from:
Edwardian: has a three four sided roof and brings grandeur and elegance to your home. The rectangular shape allows you to maximise space utilisation and the roof floods the space with light. Optional decorative features permit you to personalise your conservatory.
Lean To: The lean to is the simplest type of conservatory and suits both traditional and contemporary houses. Create a stunning garden room and enjoy the amazing panoramic views before you.
P Shaped: combine the straight lines of the lean to and the space afforded by large bays to create a multi-purpose sunroom.
Gable: Recreate the beauty of the Regency period and enjoy the class and aesthetics this conservatory style adds to your house. This is the style to select if you have a massive space to build your conservatory on.
T Shaped: this style of conservatory is composed of three bays allowing you to create separate functional areas within the conservatory. The T shaped conservatory opens up your entire garden for you to enjoy, whatever the weather.
Veranda: adding a veranda to your conservatory is the perfect way to create an all-weather outside space and get maximum enjoyment from your investment.
Victorian: the multi-faced Victorian conservatory gives you all round views of your outdoors space while creating enviable amounts of room for you to enjoy inside.
Our uPVC conservatories are manufactured to the highest quality. Once constructed, they won’t rot, rust, peel or flake, so they need very little care. In fact, a simple wipe down with soapy water every so often is all they need to keep them looking their best.
Our beautiful timber conservatories are designed to perfectly complement your home. Tailor-made to your specific requirements, timber exudes an elegance that will be admired and enjoyed by all who see it.
Choosing an Aluminium Conservatory can give your home a feeling of contemporary style. The sleek lines of the aluminium not only let more natural light flood into your new space, it also provides a versatile option that requires very little maintenance.