Orangeries for your property

Why get a new conservatory roof?

It could be because you have an old poly-carbonate conservatory roof & it’s really past it’s “sell-by” date. On the other hand, you may just want to dramatically change the look by adding a tiled roof.

Whatever the reason, you can find out more here:

Choose a UPVC Conservatory for Style

Victorian conservatory plan viewThere is nothing like a clear spacious room that seems to send a silent message to the people that says “come, sit & relax”.

A Lean-to is an inviting addition for any home and can be used in a variety of ways. Some like to use the conservatory as a living or dining room, whilst others prefer to use th space as a relaxing sunroom. This attractive spatial showcase will add a touch of style & class to any property.

A lean-to not only looks stylish and well made, but using uPVC it will also be well constructed and long lasting. This uPVC material is built to stand the UK weather over time reducing wear & tear that could otherwise cause a wooden example to fade away.

Your lean-to will be part of a popular trend towards spacious, stylish, secure low cost options for extending the family home.

No matter what you use the room for, the addition will help to make your home more appealing & classy. Neighbours and onlookers won’t be able to take their eyes off your new conservatory.

There are different styles around the market, including a lovely Victorian or distinguished Edwardian look. The possibilities are limited only by your imagination or budget.

Having 3 glazed sides give the room a lot of natural light, which can be both good and not so good. Natural light is good, but heat build-up is not so good. In order to manage heat, you can opt for insulating double or triple glazing panes with low emissivity glass. Combine that with suitable use of blinds or shades and the room will be comfortable

There is nothing like sitting back & relaxing in your own Lean-to conservatory. Basking in sunshine & enjoying the view-  check out prices on this buyers guide