A Classic Lean-to Roof for Simplicity and Elegance.
Why Choose a Lean-to Style of Conservatory?
There are a few things to consider when choosing a conservatory. It's an important decision that you will live with for many years so it's important to consider all of the options.
The lean-to style of roof is the most simple roof construction so is usually the cheapest.
Often the lean-to is chosen because of its simple elegance. Lean-to conservatories are also the perfect option for those who have height restrictions such as with bungalows. Often the height of the roof must start at a higher point than the bungalow wall.
A New Lean-to Conservatory is Perfect for Limited Space.
Ideal for those who live in bungalows, or where the space doesn’t quite accommodate a more complex conservatory, lean-to conservatories are a great way to add some extra living space. The pitch of the roof on lean-to conservatories can vary in size. A shallow pitch works well with bungalows and a steeper pitch is great for a two-storey house. You can even have a reverse lean-to. Naturally, we will discuss all of these options with you.
Conservatories add light and space to a home, offering a bright space which is perfect for entertaining guests in, especially in the summertime when it lends itself perfectly to being a garden room.
To Use Your Conservatory as an Office, Consider a Tiled Roof.
Life at home has changed recently for many people and the extra space of a conservatory has become more valuable as a year-round room. If this is the case for you, you may wish to consider a tiled roof conservatory. This will give you the feel of a room but with more light coming in as the windows form the walls.
The addition of extra living space far outweighs, the obvious benefit of the extra space for current needs. Its use may change as families grow and change and it adds value to the house if you decide to sell., and if you like to grow plants, they’re ideal for growing due to the amount of sunlight they let in. You could even try growing citrus fruits.
Will You Need Conservatory Blinds?
If your conservatory faces South, you will probably need blinds. Lean-to roofs help to reduce the cost as shaped blinds tend to be approximately 50% more than rectangles. Ask your blind supplier if it's possible to reduce the number of blinds by measuring for 1 blind per 2 roof panes. This will reduce the price considerably.
If you think lean-to conservatories are right for your home, then we’re more than happy to help you find out more about them.
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