Transform your home in with a spacious conservatory design.
Add colour to your conservatory, from traditional to contemporary, wood grained or coloured, small or large
Find a conservatory tailored to suit your budget and requirements.
The traditional Sun lounge or Lean-To Conservatory with refreshingly clean lines.
The Lean-To (or Sunroom) conservatory is probably the simplest in design and originally the most popular conservatory option. With its clean lines and timeless appearance, the Lean-To conservatory style is still a very popular choice today. Choices Lean-to conservatories are meticulously built to the highest standards.
They offer superior technical performance with outstanding levels of security and warmth, while also reducing noise and maintenance requirements. With a modern, yet enduring, style, it is carefully designed to let in plenty of light while also providing versatile additional space for lounging, working, dining or entertaining – for passing time with a purpose or simply lingering at your leisure.
The lean-to conservatory classically has a low pitched roof which makes it ideally suited to bungalows or houses restricted by height.
Options and extras
With our experienced conservatory designers to hand you can be sure you will get exactly what you want. So that your new conservatory is made to your requirements, Choices offer a range of options such as the position and number of the doors, the number of opening windows or the colour of the window boards. These are just some of the decisions we will help you make to ensure your conservatory compliments your home and makes the most of the space it fills.
Available in full height glass, or dwarf wall designs, with various colour and woodgrain frame options. See the shapes, styles range of conservatories and How Much Does a Conservatory Cost?
Conservatories are provided with 28mm or 35mm polycarbonate roofing systems as standard with the very popular option of upgrading to a solar control, self-cleaning, glass roof. Manual or automatic roof vents can be built-in as required to provide more ventilation if necessary.
Edwardian conservatories provide timeless elegance combined with the most efficient use of the available space.
They combine floor space with the simple, straight lines that were so typical of the Edwardian era and are predominantly square or rectangular, evocative of the inherent strength of both structure and character giving maximum living space for any given area.
Completely adaptable to suit all house styles and bungalows. For bungalows and other height-restricted situations, a hipped-back roof with box gutter is normally supplied.
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