Conservatory Manufacturer Stoke on Trent
As a weathered PVCu conservatory manufacturers, we have made countless PVCu conservatories for our customers which not only look and feel great to relax in but last for years. We manufacture all our conservatories to your specifications which ensures you get a perfect fit every time.
We pride ourselves on the quality of our conservatories and have become a favourite choice for trade customers and homeowners alike for made to Measure PVCu conservatories in Stoke on Trent and beyond.
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When you add a Victorian conservatory to your home, you recreate some of the grace of the era. Victorian conservatories are characterised by angled roofs, often with ornate detailing, and a faceted end which projects into your garden. This design works beautifully in all sizes. You can choose a dwarf wall to match your home’s building materials, and have your conservatory constructed in almost any colour as well as classic white.
Based on a simple square or rectangular footprint, the Edwardian conservatory offers plenty of usable space. They can be built with either a pitched or gable-ended roof and can incorporate French, sliding or even bi-folding doors. Our Edwardian conservatories are made with the same proven and trusted systems as our windows and doors, so that your whole home can be beautifully finished. There’s a choice of bevelled or ovolo-shaped frames and a full choice of colours and decorative glazing.
A P-Shaped conservatory is made by joining a Victorian style to an Edwardian style conservatory. They are ideal for larger properties, or where you may want to use the new space for two different purposes. The faceted end could be used as a dining room, for example, and the return section could be a lounge area or children’s playroom. It’s possible to adjust the proportions of each section of the “P” to suit your available space and needs. P-Shaped conservatories can be constructed with a single set of doors or two pairs of doors, with a dwarf wall or with full height glazing. In fact, they can be built exactly as you want with your choice of roof detail, doors, windows, glass, colour and hardware.
Dating from the 19th century, the lantern style conservatory has a stepped, glazed roof. The higher part of the roof is separated from the lower by a row of vertical windows. The overall effect is impressive, with an expansive and open feel. Lantern roofs are superb in large conservatories or orangeries where their extra height adds a feeling of grandeur and luxury.