We have over 20 years experience in designing bespoke conservatories to whatever your desired size, finish and style. We guarantee that one of our finely crafted conservatories will revolutionise the way you use the space in your home.
Traditional in their styling, but perfectly up to date in their security features and thermal efficiency, our Victorian Conservatories are classically elegant with a curved faceted front and add an impressive extra living space to your property.
Ideal for both period and contemporary properties, an Edwardian Conservatory is characterised by strong, clean lines, sophisticated period detailing and are usually square or rectangular in design to maximise floor space.
A popular design, Georgian Conservatories are light and airy with a sloping, vaulted roof and offer maximum use of space and natural light. They can work equally well with modern as well as period properties.
With a Gable Conservatory, the front panel of the roof remains upright and forms a point, so you can take full advantage of the extra height and space in a bright and more open design that will add a "wow" factor to any property.
A Lean-to Conservatory is the perfect space saver and provides a real value for money solution. Simple, clean and uncomplicated, it can be constructed in even the smallest space and comes in a range of designs and finishes.
A T-Shape Conservatory is the perfect choice for those wishing to create a stunning contemporary addition to their home with maximum space and impact. Call our design team today to start your bespoke design.
To all at Window World, Thank you so much for our conservatory. We cannot give you all enough praise for the excellent standard of workmanship in all aspects of the job. We wish you success in the future, and will not hesitate in recommendi...
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