Conservatory Styles

Conservatory Styles

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Lean-To

Choosing a lean-to conservatory will provide your property with a number of different benefits, thanks to its smart and simple lines to its versatile angles. With a modest and contemporary style, a lean-to conservatory can accommodate a number of different requirements, including a roof pitch as low as 15 degrees to fit on to more restrictive properties. This could be the ideal solution for creating extra space for you and your family.

Investing in a replacement conservatory roof of this style will allow you to reap the benefits all year round, whether you use the space for a living room extension or just a room to relax in. A lean-to energy-efficient full replacement conservatory roof can be installed with bespoke features such as skylights or interior lighting to ensure you have the perfect conservatory style for your home.

By having a lean-to conservatory, you are adding an understated but effective feature that you will use in years to come.

Edwardian

A timeless design, the Edwardian conservatory is known for its classic shape that suits any type of property. With so many conservatory styles to choose from, you can’t go wrong with an attractive and traditional design that provides a substantial amount of floor space.

The aesthetics of an Edwardian conservatory is paired perfectly with an energy efficient tiled roof, making sure the room is energy efficient while providing a great space to relax in. Having a replacement conservatory roof installed on to your existing conservatory can ensure the room feels like an essential part of your home. With so many finishes for both the inside and out, you are able to create a conservatory tailored to you.

Its unique style can ensure you can make the most of the sun, while a energy efficient warm roof system can make sure you don’t suffer with hot or cold temperatures. It’s clear to see why this conservatory style continues to be popular!

Victorian

The multi-faceted design of a Victorian conservatory has proven to be very popular over the years, providing a more modern alternative when it comes to conservatory styles. Creating a functional space with a high ceiling, the Victorian design is perfect for a number of different purposes. Whether you have a traditional property or something a little more modern, this particular conservatory style will appear a seamless extension of your home, especially with the addition of a PCL energy efficient full replacement conservatory roof.

Having a PCL energy efficient roof system installed could enhance both the performance and aesthetics of an already attractive design, by reducing both the noise of any rainfall and your heating bills. A Victorian conservatory could be a great solution for a home office, children’s playroom or second living room.

Suiting a variety of properties with a number of different interior finishes, you could easily create a new but integral part of your home.

Apex

Otherwise known as a gable conservatory, the apex conservatory style adds a spacious extension to your home. With a high vaulted roof, you are able to create a room with continuous height for you and your family to enjoy, with a bright atmosphere full of natural light. Its elegant design will complement any type of property, allowing you to maximise the space you have available at the back of your home.

Having a PCL energy efficient replacement roof system installed could enhance both the performance and aesthetics of an already attractive design, by reducing both the noise of any rainfall and your heating bills. A Victorian conservatory could be a great solution for a home office, children’s playroom or second living room.

Suiting a variety of properties with a number of different interior finishes, you could easily create a new but integral part of your home.

Double Hip

A double hip conservatory is an ideal way to create a useable room for you and your family, offering a simple shape with a double head roof. Creating a spacious and airy room for your home, this particular conservatory style can be used to transform a lean-to conservatory or as a design in its own right. Its pitched roof on both sides produces a conservatory that compromises perfectly on style as well as a seamless fit with your existing home.

Combining your double hip conservatory with a PCL energy efficient full replacement roof system can result in a practical room that you are able to enjoy all year round; its thermal properties mean that the conservatory remains a comfortable temperature.

Perfect for properties with a height restriction; you don’t have to give up your dream of having the conservatory you’ve always wanted just because you live in a bungalow or terraced house!

Combination

If you’re not sure what conservatory you want, or you simply can’t decide on your favourite style, the combination conservatory is ideal. With the ability to combine different designs to create a bespoke conservatory, you can maximise your living space and cater to your needs perfectly. Whether you want a P-shape, T-shape or something completely different, you have the choice to create a large space at the back of your property.

Adding a PCL energy efficient full replacement conservatory roof to your combination conservatory means that you have a seamless extension of your home with a relaxed and bright atmosphere. Lightweight and with a number of properties to maintain the temperature of the room, a PCL lightweight tiled roof can finish off your conservatory effortlessly.

Creating an area that can be used for many different purposes, you can have a children’s play area, a reading room or even a separate dining area for your family.