Whether you’re looking to add an extra room to your home or just want to make the most of the space you have, a conservatory could be the perfect solution for you.
UPVC conservatories are a popular choice for homeowners in the UK, as they complement any home, be it a contemporary new build or something more traditional. UPVC conservatories require very little maintenance due to their incredible durability. Conservatories can be attached to existing buildings or manufactured as a standalone structure to serve as a solution to enjoy the outdoors without having to leave your home.
At Carlton UPVC Home Improvements, we can design and install a conservatory to complement your home.
A conservatory can be a great investment for your home whilst also being an easy and cost-effective way to add extra living space.
With UPVC conservatories from Carlton UPVC Home Improvements, we’ll help you with every aspect, including the design and build of your conservatory, to ensure that it’s finished to the highest standards. Several design choices are to be made, including a range of colours, styles, roofs, window styles, doors, and any other finishing touches. We’ll talk you through the options available and recommend the most suitable solution for your property, usage and budget.
UPVC is extremely long-lasting and will not rot, rust, or flake. Our UPVC conservatories comply with several industry bodies and come with a 10-year guarantee.
Victorian Conservatories – are sometimes referred to as Victorian sunrooms. Victorian conservatories have ornate high roofs and a faceted or rounded appearance. They’re generally the most popular style, with a classic, ornate look that complements not only period homes but also modern buildings. Adding a Victorian conservatory to a home can be an excellent way to create a sunny, ornate space.
Edwardian Conservatory – these are contemporary and elegant to keep your home pleasant and comfortable all year round. A popular style of conservatory characterised by their clean lines, square corners and pitched roof with a central ridge. They’re a great way to expand your living space. There are multiple types of Edwardian conservatories, including hipped-back and double-hipped designs, which can give the impression of more space. They are suitable for most homes.
Gable Front – a spacious and stylish option for adding brightness and space to your home. Comes in a range of styles, including T-shape and double-hipped, making them a versatile option for any type of home.
Georgian – these conservatories typically have a high, sloping roof style that gives a spectacular vaulted effect, allowing the conservatory to flood with light and create a bright, airy and uplifting room. They’re a popular option that can be custom-built with a variety of materials.
Orangeries – they come somewhere between a single-storey extension and a conservatory. Orangeries are designed to let in natural light and provide additional living space. Orangeries typically have a solid roof with a central glass element, like a skylight. In addition, orangeries often have brick pillars and even full walls, together with solid roofs, making them generally better insulated than conservatories. Orangeries can be designed in a range of different styles.
Replacement Conservatory Roof – Replacing your conservatory roof with a properly insulated one will not only improve the room’s appearance but could also reduce your energy bills and make the space more comfortable.
With a wide range of roof systems to choose from, we will always find a system to satisfy your budget.
If you’re considering a conservatory for your property, please get in touch for more information or a free quotation.