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A popular addition that's low maintenance and cost-effective. With a low pitched roof, Lean-to conservatories are ideal for bungalows and homes suffering from limited space. Lean-to conservatories are great value for money, seamlessly adding to your property’s value whilst providing much needed additional living space.
Lean-to conservatories make more than just fiscal sense, allowing more light into the home and creating a natural sun trap. They are virtually maintenance free and perfect for East Midland homes of all sizes.
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Our professional Designers can talk you through a range of materials, as well as glazing and style options to help you create a conservatory that is unique to you and your home. The actual configuration can be designed to suit your dreams, as well as the footprint of your property. If in the unlikely event that you’ll need conservatory building regulation approval, we offer a service where we take care of planning permissions.
Our wide selection of top-quality materials includes uPVC frames and thermally efficient glazing. We are also well-versed in installing a wide range of windows and doors to offer even more choice. What’s more, all of our sealed units, frames and installations come with a 10-year guarantee and a range of flexible payment options for complete peace of mind.
Timber, uPVC or Aluminium
Thermally Efficient Glazing
Range of Windows & Doors
Bespoke Design Service
Our range of lean-to conservatories are designed bespoke to your personal preferences. This means that you’ll get a unique style to suit your home. You can choose from a range of colours, sizes, shapes and the finishing touches. Whether it’s a traditional oak effect conservatory or a sleek grey lean-to conservatory, we can cater to any individual tastes. The design options are unlimited!
Our range of bespoke lean-to conservatories can be installed in three high-performance materials; uPVC, timber and aluminium. Each material has their own benefits, and we can advise on the best choice for your individual requirements.
Regardless of the material that you decide upon for your new lean-to conservatory, you can be sure that we use only the highest quality materials available on the market. This means that your conservatory will provide premium levels of thermal insulation, home security and weather-resistance, for a durable and long-lasting glazed extension solution.
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.
Sometimes known as an Edwardian conservatory, this ﬂat-fronted style offers excellent use of ﬂoor space due to a square or rectangular internal shape.Find Out More
A high roof slope and the same floor space as an Edwardian conservatory. The front panel of the roof remains upright rather than sloping back to the centre as the Edwardian does.Find Out More
Its distinguishing architectural feature, a bay front, with either an angled (3 bay) or slightly curved (5 bay) front, combined with a steeply pitched roof and ornate ridge.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 also take their name from the plan view of its design. Ideal for larger conservatories, a P-shape can combine Edwardian and Victorian style conservatories. These styles are better suited to larger properties.Find Out More