Conservatories (or glazed extensions as they are often referred to) are far more advanced than they used to be. Gone are the days of being too hot in summer and too cold in winter, leading to an unused neglected space. New glazing technology means your conservatory is no longer a greenhouse. As a result, the natural heat is retained and glare reflected. This results in a room that can be used all year round.
You aren’t restricted to a glazed roof either. A solid tiled roof expands your living, dining or kitchen area into a versatile space with the look and feel of a brick built extension without the cost of building one. Available with a range of tile colours to match your home’s roof and glazed panels, which flood your home with natural light. Moreover, solid roofs can be retrofitted to old polycarbonate or glass roofs so you can restyle your space for all seasons.
Handy guide to conservatory styles
Another great thing about conservatories is that whether you have a new build or a period property there is a design to suit. It can be overwhelming when you’re faced with making a choice between all the different styles. With this in mind, we have created a handy guide to all the conservatory styles.
Come and see for yourself
Our ourdoor showsite is the largest in Yorkshire with a number of full size conservatories and garden studios available to browse. We also have an indoor showroom with a stunning range of windows and doors.