When designing a conservatory it is important to utilise the space that you have. One of the best ways to do this is with an Edwardian Conservatory. If you look at the footprint or plan view of an Edwardian conservatory it is always a flat fronted conservatory that is usually square or rectangular in shape. Its roof has a centred ridge with a large triangular panel on the front.
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The P-shape conservatory combines a mix of Edwardian or Victorian styles and is ideal for creating maximum space whilst keeping a sense of proportion in the property. Your P-shaped conservatory can be frame and glass, extending from the ground up or built on a dwarf wall to match the existing brickwork of the property. However you choose to have your P-shape conservatory, you’ll find it an excellent way to combine Victorian and traditional styles, create an impression of light and space, and gain a versatile, dual-purpose addition to your home.
Victorian Glass Roof
Victorian conservatory styles comprise the three-facet Victorian, featuring a bay front with three main windows at wide angles, and the five-facet Victorian. This conservatory style also has a bay front but with five main windows for space as well as aesthetics.
At www.diyconservatoryquotes.co.uk we keep being asked if we can cater for full height conservatory walls well the answer is yes. Its quite an easy thing to do for us the usual height for a wall is around 27 courses and all we do is design your conservatory window frames 30mm higher than the wall to allow for the thickness of the cill. This means that the ring beam runs straight round the top of the wall and out onto the top of the frames. As long as you have made the wall turn around the right size for you or your builder everything will be fine. If you are unsure about any of this just ask one of our technical guys or better still give us your measurements and we will make it work for you.