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T-SHAPED CONSERVATORY

The T-shaped conservatory fuses the best features of Victorian, Edwardian and Gable conservatory styles, creating a versatile structure that can be used for a range of purposes. Suiting both contemporary and traditional properties, T-shaped conservatories can add a commanding aesthetic to any home.

Thanks to their larger footprint, and the innovative T-shaped design for which they are named, a T-shaped conservatory provides two distinct spaces in one structure. These spaces can be used for a variety of roles; including everything from dining rooms to offices.

They also offer exceptionally versatile aesthetics. Combining the intricate ornamentation of the Victorian conservatory, the slim sight lines of the Edwardian style and the impressive height and space of the Gable style, the aesthetics of T-shaped conservatories can seamlessly blend with those of most properties.

BENEFITS OF T-SHAPED CONSERVATORY

  • T-shaped conservatories provide two distinct spaces in one structure. These spaces can be used for a variety of roles; including everything from dining rooms to offices.
  • Combining the intricate ornamentation of the Victorian style, the slim sightlines of the Edwardian style and the impressive height and space of the Gable style, the aesthetics of T-shaped conservatories can seamlessly blend with those of most properties.
  • We also offer a range of specialist glazing such as solar control and self cleaning glass from leading glazing company Pilkington to further enhance the energy efficiency of your conservatory.

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CONSERVATORY STYLES

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.

victorian

VICTORIAN

A pitched roof and typically 5 sided, these traditional conservatories are extremely popular due to their character and versality.

Edwardian Conservatory

EDWARDIAN

A very popular conservatory style. Traditional, the rectangular design makea the most use of your space.

gable conservatory

GABLE

Gable conservatories maximise space and natural light whilst providing impressive traditional aesthetics.

lean to 1

LEAN-TO

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’.

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P-SHAPED

Combining the elegant period aesthetics of a Victorian conservatory with the extra natural light of a Lean-to conservatory.

t shaped conservatory

T-SHAPED

Fuses the best features of Victorian, Edwardian and Gable conservatory styles, creating a highly versatile and stylish structure.

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