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As well as being a great investment, a new conservatory is one of the easiest and most cost-effective ways of adding more space to your house. Traditional, Edwardian and Victorian styles are available with either a dwarf wall or full height design to suit any home.


Our lean-to conservatories feature a classic 3 sided design. This is perfect for most homes, especially single storey buildings or houses with low eaves and the compact design makes it ideal for smaller spaces.


Edwardian style conservatories boast an attractive 3 sided design with elegant features. This gives a contemporary feel suitable for most modern homes. The rectangular floor makes the most of your available room, whilst the pitch of the roof accentuates space.


Our Victorian conservatories have a timeless, classic look that will not only complement period style homes but also create an elegant statement on more modern houses. The 3 sided design features a multi-faceted bay end for an exceptional, panoramic view and an attractive roof crest.

Important things to consider when buying a Conservatory

Roof Loading Specification

The standard structural specification for our conservatory roofs is 0.6Kn/m2. This means they can hold 61kg per m2 of snow load and are built to withstand extreme weather conditions. As a precaution, we will check the postcode of any conservatory being installed within 1km of coastline (or in areas affected by snow loading) and offer you advice.

Planning Permission

Planning permission or building control approval may be required depending on your property or type of conservatory you wish to build. You can find more information on the Government's Planning Portal (England and Wales only).