Our double glazed conservatories are of bespoke design and are created using specialist conservatory design software that lets you create the perfect sun lounge for your home.
In most cases planning permission isn’t necessary for domestic conservatories but a phone call to the local planning officer should ascertain if buildings regulations are required.
Choosing a style
Before choosing a style and size of conservatory we recommend you try and set out (by measurement) the furniture and electrical appliances that will be used in your new sun lounge.
Unless the conservatory is to be constructed in timber, all our conservatories are constructed with the Ultraframe roofing system.
All glazing in a new build conservatory is supplied with toughened safety glass.
Glazing to conservatory roofs can be supplied in ether glass or polycarbonate that are available in a range of colours.
The Victorian style conservatory is the most popular style of conservatory with the most popular being the three and five facet style creating the curved appearance.
The Edwardian style conservatory is of square or rectangular frontage with each side sloping back creating extra roof height.
The p shape is suited for those who would prefer a larger sized conservatory. It is created by combining the Victorian and Edwardian styles of conservatories.