A Lean-To conservatory offers you an ideal solution if you’re considering extending the living space inside your home. A Lean-to conservatory features a rectangular shape and a sloping roof. This enables rainfall to easily glide off your conservatory meaning minimal maintenance is required. The style itself is similar to the Edwardian Conservatory. However, lean-to conservatories are typically smaller than an Edwardian Conservatory, so ideal for those with limited space.
Recently, a popular option is to combine a Lean-to Conservatory with Bi-fold doors and a solid roof. This can create a stunning living space that is warmer in winter and cooler in summer. It’s easy to see then why Lean-to conservatories are also known as ‘Sun Lounges’ and ‘Garden Rooms’.
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BENEFITS OF LEAN-TO CONSERVATORY
- Thanks to its wide surface area of glazing, Lean-to conservatories offer exceptional natural light transmission.
- Available with specialist Pilkington glazing, including self-cleaning glass to reduce maintenance, and solar control glass to further balance the temperature of the structure.
- Suited to both traditional and heritage domestic properties
- Simple design makes it easy to fit custom roofs
- Available in popular heritage colours such as Chartwell Green, Brilliant Blue and Claret Red
- Versatile range of woodgrain laminate foils to choose from, including Rosewood, Mahogany and Golden Oak
A new conservatory is a great way to add extra space to your home, full of light, elegant & secure and with added value for your home.
A pitched roof and typically 5 sided, these traditional conservatories are extremely popular due to their character and versality.
A very popular conservatory style. Traditional, the rectangular design makea the most use of your space.
Gable conservatories maximise space and natural light whilst providing impressive traditional aesthetics.
Letting in lots of natural light, it’s easy to see why a Lean-to conservatory is also known as a ‘Sun Lounge’ or ‘Garden Room’.
Combining the elegant period aesthetics of a Victorian conservatory with the extra natural light of a Lean-to conservatory.
Fuses the best features of Victorian, Edwardian and Gable conservatory styles, creating a highly versatile and stylish structure.