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It's All In The Shape

Most of us could do with more space and light in our homes – and what better way to achieve this than with a new conservatory? Deciding which style of conservatory is right for you can be fun – even if it’s not always easy. Sun room, living room or office, we’ll help make it the perfect place.

Conservatories are a comfortable place to relax and enjoy all year round.

When choosing any of our conservatories you’ll be benefiting from a range of advanced design features built in as standard. Our choice of traditional and contemporary designs, uPVC colours, finishes and window and door styles is second to none.

In addition, advances in glass and frame technology mean conservatories can be used all year round with features that can control or deflect heat, glare and ventilation.



Whether you are limited on space or just prefer a clean simple look our Lean-To conservatories are the ideal choice. The pitch of the roof can be varied to suit any home or space making this one of the most versatile and popular design options.



Our gable fronted conservatories add a sense of grandeur to any home. Offering the same floor space as our Edwardian, a gable offers a feeling of unrestricted head room due to its pitched roof design. The flat fronted apex can be customized with a sunburst design to completely change the look.



A very popular style distinguished by a multi faceted front giving a curved appearance. A particular favourite with period properties, however its clean lines make this a winner on any type of home adding a wealth of character.



A P-Shape conservatory combines a Lean-To and a Victorian to create a versatile and visually stunning open space. Due to the proportions required this style of conservatory is better suited to larger properties or properties with large gardens, giving an impressive result and can be handed either left or right.



A stylish flat fronted design that offers excellent use of floor space due to the square or rectangular internal shape. Its sloping roof and contemporary style are easily suited to the majority of property types from traditional to new build.



Elegant and pleasing to the eye, the orangery building was originally designed to house and grow exotic fruits and plants. Nowadays they provide beautiful and stylish alternatives to traditional conservatories. Once built, your new room will become an integral part of your home.