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The Edwardian

Classic, clean-lines and maximum space.

This style of Edwardian conservatory allows you to maximise your enjoyment and usage of extra space created. The square flat front projection offers a clean-cut elegance and dignified simplicity that blends easily into the character of your home.

Representing a perfect union of form and function, Edwardian conservatories offer the ideal way to extend your home in style.

The Victorian

A classical, period extension to your home.

Inspired by Victorian architecture and design, complete with ornate cresting and finials, it’s easy to see why this Victorian conservatory is one of the most popular style.

With its impressive versatility, a Victorian conservatory will complement most types of property, adding light, air and grandeur to your home. Available in 3 and 5 faceted versions, it is readily adapted to fit into whatever space is available – from a large garden to a small patio area.

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Gable-ended

Generate light and space the stately way

Reminiscent of the orangeries this style captures the proud architectural heritage of a conservatory. The stately design works well with both old and new properties, and like the Edwardian design maximises the use of space to create an eye catching design from any angle.

The gable conservatory allows you to enjoy grand front elevations with the windows extending up to the apex of the roof. The additional light this brings will make your conservatory bright and airy while maximising the feeling of space inside.

Lean-to

The simple, affordable way to improve your home

Contemporary and minimalist, with clean aesthetic lines, the lean-to creates a luxurious link between your hose and garden at an affordable price.

Designed to run across the back of your home, the ends of your lean-to can be finished either vertically as gable ends or be hipped back diagonally from one of both front corners.

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