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Important considerations when planning your conservatory, Lordship Windows is here to help.

  • A conservatory shouldn't take too much of your garden space
  • Do you want a low wall or full glass side to maximise light?
  • Do you need planning permission? Call us direct for advice

By choosing a Lordship Windows conservatory roof you are choosing the UK's No.1 roof system; Global. It has been precision designed & engineered for your total satisfaction and has been extensively tested again to absolutely ensure that it is strong and durable. Using cutting edge computer design algorithms, each of our conservatories and roof systems are made to promote conservatories to a whole new level of quality and craftsmanship. The only possible limitation will be your imagination! Our conservatory roofs have been officially tested and fully approved by the British Board of Agrément (BBA). You have a great choice of conservatories with Lordship Windows including Georgian, Victorian, Edwardian and Lean-to. We can also build P shaped and bespoke conservatory designs.

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Gable styled conservatory designs have two sloping roof sections ending in a vertical gable end, similar to many house designs. The Gable style of conservatory compliments older properties in particular, and will fit the style of the main building beautifully.

With a real expression of true architectural grandeur, the Gable End conservatory delivers an airy & light feel. It also delivers additional headroom and excellent usage of available internal floor space.

Enquire about Gable End Conservatories now

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Victorian conservatories typically have a 3 or 5 panel faceted end delivering the unique look and charm that always makes this design a popular choice. This multi-faceted bay gives all-round open views and does help extend the enjoyment of your surrounding garden. You can watch the changing of the seasons from the warm comfort of your new conservatory.

The Victorian conservatory tends to deliver a very elegant feel and softens the transition between house and garden

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With its flat front and square rectangular shape, the Georgian and Edwardian design means no wasted space! Plenty of room for your furniture, plants or even a new kitchen. This can be installed into any property, but the styling is great for those properties with Georgian or Edwardian architecture.

Often referred to as either a Georgian or Edwardian style, this is a classic conservatory type that combines practicality with style. Also an ideal choice for combining with a bi-fold door, creating a stunning and versatile addition to your home.

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This type of conservatory has a mono pitched roof. The pitching of the roof can be varied making it a very versatile option.

The Lean-to style is very often referred to as a sun room or garden room, and is a great style for any property with limited space. The convenient pitched roof is variable which means it can easily fit under low roofs, typical for bungalows, or it can be easily installed with a steeper pitch for the requirements of a detached house.

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Add some warmth and style to your home with our wide range of coloured conservatories. Our coloured frames deliver an excellent alternative to the more traditional timber built frames. Fully installed at a lower cost than timber these frames also reduce costs significantly in regards to maintenance.

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Don't delay!

Contact Lordship Windows today and move forward immediately with making your wonderful home even better with a fantastic conservatory!


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Have you considered bi-fold doors?

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Bi-fold doors can open up the whole elevation of your conservatory and bring the outside in! These versatile doors can even be used from your house into your conservatory, so making use of all the space available to you.

Enquire about bi-folding doors now

Have you considered the interior of your new conservatory?


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A conservatory is a great way to bring light and space into your home, but you may need to consider allowing shade to control heat and glare. Blinds are the answer and come in different styles. You can choose from roman, roller, vertical, woodweave or venetian blinds. All these types of blinds are available in different patterns and colours, and can be rolled up or opened to get the maximum amount of light to flood your room. Blinds look good, and serve a practical purpose.

Ask Lordship Windows about your best options for blinds.


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Whether you prefer wooden flooring or tiles, your options of colour and style are never ending. The floor should be simple to keep clean and with so many choices available you will definitely find one that suits your new room.

Ask Lordship Windows about conservatory flooring.


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You may wish to locate your conservatory near to your neighbour's fence, or by a road. If so, then you could choose a Lordship Windows glazing option which will ensure that your room is kept private and also kept warm. Our solutions are A-rated for energy efficiency. Our glazing options can offer different levels of obscuration, delivering you the privacy you require whilst optimising the level of daylight passing through your roof system.

Ask Lordship Windows about your best options for glazing.

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