We offer a range of uPVC conservatories which can be used for a range of purposes. Popular uses for our conservatories include offices, playrooms and gym spaces. No matter your existing spaces or your personal requirements, we can adapt our installations to your needs.
Our conservatories are crafted using premium quality materials and cutting edge technology, so you can be confident your purchase will last you for many years. These structures can handle whatever life throws at them including adverse weather conditions and unwelcome intruders.
Our designers will work with Canterbury homeowners, listening to their ideas and getting an understanding of how they will use the conservatory. Our designs are tailored to your home, so you shouldn’t need to adapt your needs to your new installation.
Use our online quoting engine to get a price tailored to your double glazing installation today. For more information on our products, prices, and services, please do not hesitate to contact our team directly.
Victorian and Edwardian Conservatories
Victorian conservatories are one of the most popular styles available because they can be adapted to suit any style of architecture. This style has a distinctive bay front with ornate ridge details and steeply pitched roof.
We also offer classic Edwardian conservatories, an elegant design found in more traditional buildings. This style of extension has a rectangular shape which offers more floor space. The four-sided pitched roof will create a brighter space without compromising on thermal efficiency or security.
Gable End Conservatory
Gable end conservatories take inspiration from Georgian designs, and add a touch of luxury to any Canterbury home. This design stands out for its unique roof, which doesn’t slope back to the centre.
The apex of a gable conservatory protrudes from a building to create a high ridged sloping roof. This helps to maximise natural light intake and create a feeling of height into the double glazed structure.
P-Shaped Conservatories and T-Shaped Conservatories
P-shaped conservatories are the perfect combination of lean-to conservatories and Victorian conservatories. These structures can either be three-faceted or five-faceted, offering a vast practical space for the whole family to enjoy.
T-shaped conservatories are well suited to larger Canterbury homes and for properties with bigger gardens. This conservatory can be designed to fit the full width of the home, adding a grandeur to a building.
Lean-to conservatories are better suited to smaller Canterbury homes and gardens. These double glazed builds are often fitted in lower pitched homes, including bungalows. With sleek lines and a slim, sloping roof, a lean-to conservatory creates a spacious and sun-filled extension to your home.
This design is easy-to-maintain thanks to the sloping lean-to conservatory roof, where rainwater runs right off the front and build up is prevented.
Conservatories have a negative reputation for being too cold in winter yet overheating in summer. These structures are double glazed as standard, helping Canterbury homeowners to enjoy the space all year round.
Heat will stay inside the extensions and draughts will be minimised. Because these conservatories will stay warm and dry, homeowners will rely less on their central heating. This could lead to lower energy bills and a reduced carbon footprint.
Our conservatories have been crafted with longevity in mind. We are so confident in our builds that they come with a 10 year insurance backed guarantee. This will cover your deposit during the installation as well as the product after it has been installed.
Should something go wrong with your installation within the decade, our expert team will be on hand to help. We do not believe our role is over when the conservatory has been fitted into your Canterbury home. To find out more, head to the Home Improvement Protection website now or call 01359 252 202.
Conservatory Prices Canterbury
Use our online quoting engine to get a price tailored to your home improvement project. Simply input your specifications and preferences into the free costing tool to get a no obligation price.
To find out more about our range of conservatories and the installation process, please get in touch with our team. Our team will be able to answer your questions, offer impartial advice and help you make an informed decision about your double glazing extension.
Right from the moment you get in touch, we will make you our priority. Our customer services team are here to help you every step of the way, enabling you to find the perfect conservatory for your needs.