Conservatories - Something Different
The T-shape style is more suited to larger properties due tot he proportions needed. It's a combination style that is distinguished by a Victorian, Gable or Georgian style conservatory.
A T-shape offers a large and versatile floor space and is an impressive addition to any home.
The Lantern is the original conservatory style, now brought up-to-date with Ultraframe technology.
Choosing a lantern style conservatory ensures drama and style, representing the granduer of times gone by. The two-tiered effect adds a new dimension to your conservatory and the extra ceiling height adds to the feeling of light and space. Lanterns are typically suited to older style period properties and are often chosen for swimming pool enclosures or larger conservatories.
Conservatories that are extremely large and require additional support to take the wieght of the roof are known as large span conservatories or portals. The uses for them are endless - from magnificent swimming pool enclosures to large commercial extensions; anything is possible due to the flexibility and advanced engineeringof the large span system.
The ideal style for a larger conservatory, a P-shape can combine for example a lean-to and a victorian, to create a versatile style that can be used as two different living areas. Due to the proportions needed to achieve the P-shape, this style is better suited to larger properties, giving an impressive result.
The larger shape is perfect as a room with dual purpose such as a lounge/dining area through to a fun family room.
The p-shape style can be specified as either a three facet or five facet Victorian or Edwardian design.