Beautifully crafted Conservatories from Homeglaze
We pride ourselves with applying pains taking detail when ensuring that your new Conservatory or Orangery suits your every requirement yet perfectly fits within your budgets. Not many companies have the years of experience possessed by our qualified installers.
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Conservatories are very individual and so are our customers. In fact, no two are alike. Customers always have their vision of how theirs will suit their individual tastes and an idea of how it will look on their home. It is vital you get the planning right first time. We understand this and give you all the time you need to talk about your desires.
Don’t be afraid to ask questions of our surveyors. They will discuss, sketch, design and shape your new Conservatory or Orangery to your lifestyle. There are so many things to plan and we advise our customers to write down a wish list. We try to tick all the boxes for you so being asked questions is the best way for this to happen.
One of the most frequently seen styles of conservatories, the Victorian can be distinguished by its traditional front elevation, comprising of 3 or 5 facets and use of ornate detailing along the centre of the roof.
The Edwardian (also referred to as Georgian) style of conservatory is similar to the Victorian. The main difference is that they are rectangular on plan maximising the use of internal space.
Lean-To conservatories are usually rectangular with a low pitch roof. The ideal choice for bungalows or other homes where there may be a height restriction. Also known as Sunrooms, Mediterranean and Studio rooms
Gables are recognisable from their rectangular floor plan. A major feature of this style is that the front elevation windows extend to meet the roofs apex. This helps to maximise the feeling of light and space
Combination conservatories offer you an increased flexibility by combining a variety of styles, or by adapting an existing style so that it can be used in the shape of a ‘P’, a ‘T’ or a ‘B’.