Bringing elegance to your home, this evergreen design works well in small spaces and maximises your surface area with a rectangular base and high pitched roof.
An Edwardian conservatory grants access to the outdoors 365 days a year. Large glass panels make the most of your garden views and create a space for you to enjoy your home, without feeling cooped up in the winter months. Edwardian conservatories are also cool in the summer, allowing you to bask in the lazy days of July. Whatever your needs, we have a great selection of Edwardian conservatory designs and colours to suit your property and needs.
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Let your imagination run wild by designing your own bespoke Edwardian conservatory. Our professional designers can talk you through a range of materials, glazing and style options to help you create a conservatory that is unique to you and your home. We also offer a range of competitive finance deals for your new conservatory. In the unlikely event that you may need conservatory planning permission, we offer a service where we will take care of this for you.
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At Stormclad, we are leading experts in conservatory design and installation, so you can be sure that you’re getting the best product quality available on the market. All of our glazing products achieve low U-values and can attain energy ratings of A+. This means that energy wastage is eliminated and the heat is kept inside and the cold elements out. You’ll be able to enjoy a comfortable temperature inside of your conservatory all year round, whilst saving on your heating bills.
Our Edwardian conservatories also excel in their weather-resistance and durability. They can withstand even the toughest weather climates, such as heavy snow and strong windows, staying structurally intact during all of the necessary windproof testings. They’re fitted with industry-leading locking features to give you peace of mind that your home is safe and secure.
Our wide selection of top-quality conservatory materials includes uPVC, timber and aluminium frames. The best choice for your home ultimately depends on a range of factors, including the desired appearance and budget. We can advise on the best solution for your individual requirements and design the perfect Edwardian conservatory for your home. Regardless of the material you opt for, you can be sure that they all excel in all aspects of their performance.
Our Designers are highly trained professionals who will listen to your requirements and offer you a solution that ultimately meets your needs.
All of our materials throughout our product range are put into production in the UK and fitted by our expert team of installers.
Once you send over a quote with your requests, we will send over one of our designers to go through a free consultation.
Our designers are highly trained professionals who will listen to your requirements and offer you a solution that ultimately meets your needs.
With the design process complete and the price agreed, your details will be passed onto your technical surveyor who will get in touch within an advised period of time to book your survey.
During the technical survey, every aspect of your installation is covered, including taking precise measurements, recording technical requirements and documenting all the fine details.
With your survey completed, details finalised and signed off, we then setup the following:
1. All materials are put into production in the UK.
2. We will schedule the delivery and installation of each stage of your build.
3. We will confirm when your installation will commence.
A high roof slope and the same floor space as an Edwardian. The front panel of the roof remains upright rather than sloping back to the centre like an Edwardian conservatory does.Find Out More
The bay front is its distinguishing architectural feature, with either an angled (3 bay) or slightly curved (5 bay) front, combined with a steeply pitched roof and ornate ridge.Find Out More
Ideal for properties with limited space under the eaves or an awkward area in which to ﬁt a conservatory. A lean-to offers a variable pitch to suit your home.Find Out More
T-Shaped conservatories take their name from the plan view of its design. Ideal for larger conservatories, a T-shape can combine lean-to and Edwardian style conservatories. This style is better suited to larger properties.Find Out More
P-Shaped conservatories also take their name from the plan view of its design. Ideal for larger conservatories, a P-shape can combine an Edwardian and Victorian style conservatories. These styles are better suited to larger properties.Find Out More