Conservatory Association

Conservatories are a home extension fit for all occasions

There are many different varieties of conservatory:

Lean-to conservatory

If you want a conservatory with a clean and crisp look that will not detract from the look of your property, this is the ideal choice. They are also perfect for those properties which have a limited amount of garden space to play with and those that have low ceilings.

Victorian conservatory

This is the most popular conservatory choice, suiting all styles of home whether it is a period property or a new build. When people think of a conservatory it is the Victorian style that usually comes into their minds. The most recognisable characteristic of the Victorian conservatory is its multi-faceted front.

Edwardian conservatory

Designed to reflect the elegant and dignified simplicity of the Edwardian architectural style, this type of conservatory is often the most practical and efficient way to extend your property. It offers excellent floor space due to its square or rectangular internal shape.

Gable conservatory

This design is adaptable to all types of houses and even bungalows and adds a huge amount of living space. They date back to the Georgian style and it differs from most conservatories as the front of the roof does not slope back to the centre. Instead, the front of the conservatory stays upright, like the end of a house.

P Shape conservatory

Combining a mix of the Lean-to and Victorian designs, it is the ideal choice if you are looking for a large conservatory. It combines a spacious living area with excellent value for money. It can also be created into two separate living areas if required.

Orangery

The orangery differs from conservatories as it is predominantly made up of brickwork rather than glass. Because of this it tends to blend in with a property more easily and will usually add the most value to a home courtesy of the wonderful looks and vast space it provides.

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