Pavillion Conservatories are a perfect addition to any home and offer a classic alternative to the ever popular Edwardian style. A pavilion conservatory, also known as the Gable style, will give your property a more sophisticated garden room style conservatory.
Pavillion Conservatories perfectly complement most modern family homes with and unobtrusive design that blends into the existing style and the conservatory can be designed with dwarf wall or full height glass panels.
Pavillion Conservatories are classic, traditional and ever popular and with years of experience, top quality and highly competitive prices DIY Conservatory Warehouse is your perfect partner for your new conservatory.
As with Edwardian Conservatories many builds benefit from under-floor heating and we always recommend this is considered at the planning stage to ensure easy installation and seamless integration. When you buy from us, you are buying conservatories direct so there’s no middle man mark-up on the price. You can save even more money by making your conservatory a DIY project or employing your own local builder.
Styles and types of Pavilion conservatory
Our pavilion conservatories are available in dwarf wall, infill panel and glass to ground styles. The small brick wall at the base of the conservatory, which gives the dwarf wall style its name, makes the conservatory look like an integral part of the house.
Our roofs are glazed with polycarbonate panels as standard. The glazing options are: clear, opal, bronze and bronze on opal tinted 25mm or 35mm polycarbonate panels, Pilkington Glass or Celsius Performance Glass.
Infill panel conservatories emulate the style of a traditional sunroom. They give the additional privacy the dwarf wall style offers, but are easier to self-build.
Is the Pavilion style conservatory right for you?
If you cant decide between our pavilion conservatories, have a look at the other style options we offer there is our Lean-to conservatories and Edwardian conservatories, We also sell Gullwing conservatories, P-Shape conservatories and Victorian conservatories, as well as Bespoke style conservatories for those people who want something a little bit different.