5 Design Options to Consider for your Lean-To Conservatory08/09/2016
Just because you have a smaller garden, doesn’t mean that you have to miss out on all the benefits that a conservatory offers. A lean-to conservatory offers the perfect solution for those tight spaces that might otherwise be wasted, such as the side of a terraced house. At Conservatories Etc, your lean-to conservatory can come in a huge range of styles and colours. Let’s talk you through them.
1. Roof Slope
The roof of your lean-to conservatory will slope gently away from the wall of your house, ensuring that rainfall drains smoothly away. We can adjust the pitch of the roof depending on your home – for example, a low pitch is required when attaching your lean-to conservatory to a single storey – meaning we can install them on all kinds of properties, including bungalows.
Your lean-to can be extended with a veranda roof, so part of your conservatory is an enclosed garden room and part a glass roofed terrace. This attractive style gives you flexibility in the summer.
3. Frame Colours
White is classic, but our conservatories come in a wide selection of colours. You can choose from various wood effect stains and bold colours.
4. Glass Options
Keeping your conservatory the right temperature all year round, our solar control glass is available in a variety of tints. We can also supply innovative low-maintenance glass, which will significantly reduce how much cleaning your conservatory roof will need.
5. Interior Style
At Conservatories Etc, we don’t just build your conservatory. We also have fully trained and qualified plasterers, fitters and electricians to ensure that your conservatory is ready for use from the moment we are finished – so think about how you want the interior of your conservatory to be.
A lean-to conservatory can open up your house and garden in unexpected ways. It is the ideal choice of conservatory for homeowners with a smaller garden and it will even add to the value of your home. To chat to our sales team about installing a lean-to conservatory at your home, give us a ring on 01953 600 505 or visit our indoor showrooms in Wymondam and Diss.
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