Lean to Conservatory
Although they are best described as rectangular with flat sloping roof-lines, a Lean To Conservatory is exceptionally adaptable when it comes to being able to fit almost any family budget or space, creating an extra room (even if it’s for storage!)
Lean-to conservatories can be small or large, but have the flexibility to suit almost any home or garden & there are over a dozen colours to choose from, including wood-grain & dual coloured inner & outer frames.
The colours are bonded during the making of the frames so that there is no fading, flaking or peeling of the surface over time.
Fully secure multi-point locks on doors and locking catches on window openers mean that you can be confident that your conservatory is not a weak point for intruders & you can also include toughened safety glass in vulnerable areas.
An alternative to glass for the roofing area is to use poly-carbonate panels. The latest panels can be almost shatter-proof and weigh 1/10th of a similar double glazed panel. They also come in a few different shades such as bronze, opal or clear.
Other Conservatory Features
- Low emissivity solar glass
- Multi-point locks
- Poly-carbonate light weight roof panels
- Roofing / ceiling vents (powered or manual)
- Panoramic bi-fold doors / French doors
- Wood grain effect or smooth, coloured frames
- Toughened safety glass
- Extended veranda rooflines
The latest conservatory designs can be an authentic alternative to traditional home re-modelling for extra living space – you can include options such as solid paneling, “wet or dry” underfloor heating systems, air conditioning, specialised lighting & ceiling fans. Low level brickwork & pillars are often used in larger rooms