Styles

If you’re trying to decide which conservatory would fit well in your home, then you’ve come to the right place.

Complete with pictures, you’ll find information on the main conservatory styles, so you can decide which one is right for you.
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And after you’ve seen your perfect conservatory you’ll be able to fill in one of our quick forms and receive up to five quotes from professional, vetted companies.

Installing a new conservatory is a big project so you want to make sure you get everything right straight from the off.

First of all ensure you’ve read all our information on planning permission and building regulations, so your project won’t be hit further down the line with a letter from the council.

In this section you’ll also find all the necessary information on Fensa and CERTASS. Both regulators check the companies on their books to ensure they’re installing everything to British regulations.

And if you’re sure a conservatory’s for you and permission has been granted to start the building, then why not look at the range of conservatory styles at your fingertips.

We explain all the benefits and drawbacks to the main styles, including Bespoke, Edwardian, Gable Front, Lean-to and Victorian. Or you can look at our Orangery information as you could find they’re more to your taste.