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Bespoke Conservatories

All the conservatories we supply and install are fully made to measure conservatories, we don’t use any modular or set sizes so we can tailor your chosen style to your specific dimensions.

When you combine this with advances in conservatory roof design and technology over the last several years it gives us an extremely flexible drawing board to create the PVCu conservatory of your dreams.

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Many people love the Edwardian conservatory design due to its likeness with a typical room in your home.

The square fronted corners of Edwardian conservatories give the optimum interior floor space allowing more room for your furniture.

The pitch of Edwardian conservatory roof and indeed the direction of the ridge can be changed to suit practically any property (even those with height restrictions such as bungalows) providing a classic addition to your home.

 

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Victorian

The Victorian is one of our most popular styles of conservatory.

They can be readily adapted to suit bespoke or combination designs and fit in whatever space is available – from a large garden to a small patio area.

It can be distinguished by its steeply pitched roof and its use of ornate detailing along the roof’s centre apex. Typically, Victorian conservatories have 3 or 5 panel facets.






image1Gable-ended conservatory

Simplicity and style for your outdoor room.

Choose a gable-ended conservatory for simple elegance and maximum space utilisation. This wonderfully simple style has an elegance all of its own. The square or rectangular footprint of the conservatory makes this the perfect way to use all the available space for your extension.

Available in a choice of colours or wood grain finishes. Your conservatory will blend perfectly with the style of your home and become a real asset to your property.



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“P” shaped Conservatory

As it suggests this type of conservatory combines two style to create a finished structure that usually has a “P” shaped floor plan. In this way it offers two distinctive areas which can be used however your heart desires. Plus in addition to the “P” shape structures combination conservatories can also be used to create “T” and “B” shapes.

Combination and P-shaped conservatories are everything their titles suggest. They offer you more space and greater levels of flexibility by combining two styles – such as the Georgian and the Lean-to – or by adapting an existing style so that it can be used in the shape of a ‘P’.