The Gull Wing conservatory boasts a large floor area and the elegance of a Victorian roof, making it ideal for a sun lounge or garden room. If you are looking for an elegant and contemporary retreat to add to your home, then the Gull Wing or Gullwing style conservatory may be what you are looking for. More suitable for covering a wider area – perhaps the full width of your property – the distinctive ‘wings’ of the roof which fan out from the central wall plate give this conservatory model its name.
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The Victorian Conservatory combines traditional conservatory design with practicality as it makes the most use of the available floor space. Manufactured in a state of the art factory to the latest industry standards, this conservatory is designed to sit on a 525mm dwarf wall (bricks not included, available as an option along with a steel base, see below) and has been especially designed with a DIYer in mind. The window panels are glazed in the factory and no screws or drilling is required.
We have just created www.diyconservatorydeals.co.uk to give you another price option in the conservatory market. After looking at our range of products we think that there is room in the market to introduce a cheap conservatory. But unlike the competition we are not going to reduce the quality of our product. We are still going to provide you with 25mm Polycarbonate Roof. We are still going to give you Konnect technology to join the preglazed frames. Unlike the competition we are still offering FREE DELIVERY. But how are we going to lower the price with all that expensive aluminium and 70mm Frame? Well we have decided to engineer out the design process. All the sizes are preset so that they are optimised for maximum usage of the raw materials. And with no design time the ordering process is greatly reduced and the savings can be passed straight on to you.
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.
Conservatories are often always considered as structures that are connected to the home in lean-to configurations. A conservatory can also be a self-supporting structure, building the opportunity for more usages things, like a pool house. The peaceable ambience of a conservatory is the perfect setting for a pool house because it offers always a place to amuse by the pool.