Conservatories

A style that echoes the architecture of the Edwardian era.

A classic style that combines traditional values with modern day technology, the Edwardian is time enduring in every sense maximising inside space with style.

Our traditional design offers an ideal solution for homes with low eaves or first floor window sills. Its refined, classic, clean-cut lines make it easy to maintain with linear drainage from the roof. The Edwardian is functional and spacious, and will make a very attractive addition to any property.

The Edwardian Hip

This is a luxurious model with a striking and individual design.

The roof geometry allows for an airy, open ambiance, while softening the architectural impact externally. The matching roof pitches give an effect of all round symmetry, both internally and between conservatory and house. The Georgian Hip is a stylish addition to any property, allowing maximum light in a refined space.

“A traditional yet luxurious conservatory”

The Victorian is a very popular choice; it’s easy to see why. This style is guaranteed to add character to any type of home. The octagonal design makes the most of your space whilst presenting a panoramic view of your garden and beyond. The Victorian is stylish yet functional, and is the perfect design with which to expand your home into your garden. Anyone can benefit from the additional space this traditional, yet luxurious setting will bring.

Maximising roof space

This style gives unsurpassed ventilation dynamics and a light and airy feeling and with no guttering necessary across the front of the building, drainage is ideal, both aesthetically and practically.

The traditional lean to, with its refreshingly clean lines, is the easiest way to achieve the conservatory dream. What better way to start the day than with this practical yet attractive addition to your home? This affordable extra room will brighten every day and bring you pleasure for years to come.

It is definitely the simplest in design and originally the most popular conservatory option. With its clean lines and appearance this style is still a very popular choice today. Classically the lean-to conservatory has a low-pitched roof which makes it ideally suited to bungalows or houses restricted by height.

This style of conservatory combines a mixture of Lean-to and Victorian/Edwardian styles which when viewed from above takes the shape of the letter ‘p’. As with all our conservatories, this style is made to measure so you can decide the proportions of both sections. The p shape is ideal for creating maximum space whilst maintaining a sense of proportion applicable to the existing dwelling,

What people love about this style is that it almost equates to adding an additional two rooms to your home as it allows for one section to be used for dining and the other to be enjoyed for relaxing.