Which Conservatories takes the stress out of finding your perfect conservatory and perhaps more importantly, the right conservatory company. The aim of Which Conservatories is to help find only FENSA or CERTASS accredited companies, ensuring you don't meet the local 'rouge trader'.
With so many different types of conservatories available in todays marketplace it can be difficult to know where to start looking for a reliable company. We source only leading conservatory companies who have been professionaly vetted. So weather it be an Edwardian Conservatory, Victorian Conservatory, Traditional Conservatory, Lean-To Conservatory, L-Shaped Conservatory, P-Shaped Conservatory, Gull Wing Conservatories or a completely Bespoke Conservatory you've come to the right place.
Our trusted local suppliers, can cater for your needs, from the inital quotations, help with planning permission, through to the installation of your conservatory, below are a few of the many style you can choose from.
Somewhere in between a standard extension and a conservatory, orangeries are becoming a popular addition to many homes. They offer a fantastic contemporary look, whilst allowing light to flood in, but still retaining available heat in the cooler months.
Conservatories are nowadays available in many unique designs and colours. From the more traditional looking conservatories such as, Edwardian, Victorian and Georgian styles through to the more modern looking contemporary conservatories.
Edwardian Conservatories have a spacious feel, this is due to their pointed roof. The design is also very practical and elegant with sharp sleek lines throughout. Edwardian Conservatories are one of the most popular choices in todays market.
Victorian conservatories can be adapted to meet many different individual requirements. Traditionally they have angled roofs with ornate cresting. Victorian Conservatories have a bold and elegant design to complement even the most modern properties.
A Georgian Conservatory offers a more traditional look that will suit any period home. With a more prestige look and feel, Georgian Conservatories are fast becoming a popular choice for many homeowners.
Traditional or Lean-To Conservatories are perhaps the simplest of the conservatory designs ranges. They still however create an attractive and elegant addition to your property. The traditional or lean-to design owes much to the styling of glass houses and sun rooms we use to see in the past. They are perfect for a wider properties, with the traditional a great choice for a multi-use space. The roof slopes away from your property.
P-Shape Conservatories tend to require a large amount of space to install your conservatory. The P-Shape conservatory is a classic combination of traditional and victorian styles. The P-Shape provides you with a variety of choices for usage and is perfect for multi use spaces and families.
A Gullwing Conservatory is ideal if you are looking for the ornate lines of an Victorian Conservatory over a wider area. The roof fans out from the wall plate which runs along the line of your property for strength whilst creating an attractive appearance. Gullwing conservatories are both elegant and contemporary.
Bespoke Conservatories are made to measure conservatories, that are designed to fit into any space allocated. You can choose from a variety of styles and colours. Our trusted local suppliers will help you design and build your very own customised conservatory.
Our suppliers are FENSA or CERTASS accredited, so you can guarantee a professionally fitted conservatory. They will walk you through step by step the entire process, ensuring your piece of mind.
Why not get your conservatory quotes from Which Conservatories? Remember we use only trusted local suppliers in your area. Simply fill in the contact form and we will contact you to discuss your requirements and arrange for you free no-obligation quotes.
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