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Since the invention of uPVC and double glazing conservatories have become a very popular way of adding extra living space to your home. Due to their popularity there are now more styles and designs to choose from than ever. When adding a conservatory to your home it is important that you choose a style that complement s your home and is suitable for what you intend to use the conservatory for. Below are some of the most popular styles of conservatory currently on the market.
Probably the most popular style of conservatory is the Victorian conservatory. They are highly versatile and are suitable for a variety of properties. They have a pitched roof giving them an airy feel and have angled windows at the front creating a bay window effect.
Edwardian or Georgian conservatories are similar in style to Victorian conservatories however they do not have the bay window. These are popular as they use the maximum amount of floor space available making them as big as possible.
Lean to or Mediterranean conservatories are one of the cheapest styles of conservatory. They have a shallow sloping roof meaning they can be used on properties where there are height restrictions such as bungalows. They are also one of the easiest styles of conservatory to construct and are highly versatile.
L shaped, T shaped, P shaped and B shaped conservatories. These conservatories have a floor shape which represents the letter they are named after. They are usually large conservatories and due to their shape can easily be divided into areas allowing them to be used for several purposes at one time.
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