Conservatories

With our range of classic conservatory designs, offering both space and value, we have a selection of conservatories from which you can choose the perfect addition to your home. Predominantly glazed and often featuring a dwarf wall, iconic conservatory styles such as the Victorian, Edwardian, Lean-to and Gable variations continue to enjoy their status as timeless favourites. However, vast improvements in the materials and components used in their construction have given these modern classics substance as well as style.

Edwardian Conservatories

The striking pointed roof helps give this conservatory the feeling of extra space and an ageless appearance, which blends well with properties both old and new. You certainly won’t be short of living space when you invest in a beautiful Edwardian conservatory from JMB. One of the major plus points of an Edwardian conservatory is how similar it looks and feels to a typical room in your home, helping you blend home and conservatory very easily. JMB Windows believe it to be an ideal choice for homeowners looking to use a room for multiple purposes. There is nothing to stop you from using it as a both a room to dine in and a room in which you can put your feet up and relax.

 Victorian Conservatories

A classic Victorian design is an eternally popular style which will typically have three facets to the front, giving a pleasing, curved appearance, or a lean-to style with its clean simple lines is ideally suited to bungalows. A derivative option is to combine a Victorian style with a lean-to creating the appealing P-shape design, suitable for larger properties, creating a conservatory with a floor plan that has two different areas to fulfil different uses. Split into three or five facets depending on your personal preferences, you will find that a Victorian conservatory from JMB Windows is a great choice.

Lean To Conservatories

Conservatories are a practical way of providing extra space for living without the hassle of moving or the disruption of a traditional extension. For properties with little room under the eaves or for those homeowners that prefer a simple look, a Lean-To Conservatory is the ideal choice. The pitch of the roof can be varied, making this a versatile and ever-popular style option. The traditional Lean-To Conservatory style, with its clean simple lines, is also known as a Sun Lounge. It’s ideal for bungalows or where the smallest angles of roof pitch and free spans of up to 4 metres are necessary.

 Gable Conservatories

Gable conservatories takes its inspiration from the traditional Edwardian style of conservatory. It has the ability to transform the smallest of gardens, offering you all the space you need to extend your home substantially. Thanks to the way it is constructed you will find that it brings in an enormous amount of natural light, giving you a much-needed welcoming atmosphere. The height of the conservatory also helps give an impression of spaciousness. Most of all, the lines used on this fantastic design really will help bring out the best of your home.

Bespoke Conservatories

Gable conservatories takes its inspiration from the traditional Edwardian style of conservatory. It has the ability to transform the smallest of gardens, offering you all the space you need to extend your home substantially. Thanks to the way it is constructed you will find that it brings in an enormous amount of natural light, giving you a much-needed welcoming atmosphere. The height of the conservatory also helps give an impression of spaciousness. Most of all, the lines used on this fantastic design really will help bring out the best of your home.

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