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A lean-to conservatory is ideal for anyone who lives in a bungalow or a home where expanding would be difficult due to size restrictions. The unique feature of the lean-to conservatory is its roof, which comes in a range of sizes and can be adjusted to different pitches.
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Our decorative super-insulated columns provide high levels of comfort and have a U-value of only 0.15 W/m²K. Our slimline ridges are 30% slimmer than traditional ridges and come with high-performance thermal breaks to prevent cold spots and condensation.
Our conservatory roofs are BBA-approved and come with a 25-year life expectancy certificate. They have been wind-tested at speeds of up to 130mph and fire-tested by Warringtonfire. Our roofs are also capable of withstanding up to 4m of unsupported bifold or sliding doors.
Our conservatory roofs are tested by Exova Warringtonfire to ensure compliance with fire safety. Our conservatory roofs also fully comply with the latest Building Regulations and have been pre-approved by Assent and JHAI.
Our conservatory roofs consist of a vaulted ceiling and have an internal pelmet around the perimeter. This provides a space for you to install lights or speakers in a living space that is usually difficult to light.
Further Customisation Options
We offer numerous further customisation options for your lean-to conservatory. We can provide cornices that are curved or one-, two-, or three-tiered that are available in four standard colours and any RAL colour. Our super-insulated columns can also be added to your bespoke conservatory in different colours, panelling, and sizes for more warmth.
Our conservatory roofs can be designed with larger spans and door openings and come with different glazing options, including shaped, side-shaped, and full-length panels, or a combination of all three. We also offer performance glazing that has a 1.0 W/m²K U-value and high or low light transmission and solar rejection depending on how much sun your bespoke conservatory gets.
Maximum Space & Minimal Cost
The lean-to conservatory is the simplest style of conservatory, with clean and minimal lines. This simple shape maximises the available space in a cost-effective way.
The lean-to conservatory is also perfect for properties that have restricted space under the eaves or have an area that’s too awkward to accommodate a conservatory. This is because the pitch of the roof on lean-to conservatories can vary, so a shallow pitch can fit under a low bungalow roof and a steeper one would be ideal for a terraced house.
Frequently Asked Questions
How much are lean-to conservatories?
It is difficult to provide a price for your lean-to conservatory as various factors contribute to the overall costs, such as the size and any customisation options. The best way to get a price is to call us at 01985 215566.
Do you need foundations for a lean-to conservatory?
Despite using one of your home’s structural walls, a foundation will still be required before work can begin. Without this, your lean-to conservatory would lack a stable surface, which could cause costly issues later on.
The depth of your foundations will be determined based on the type of soil in the area where your lean-to conservatory will be built. Prior to commencing work, we will instruct a surveyor to visit your property.
What's the difference between a lean-to conservatory and a normal conservatory?
Normal conservatories and lean-to ones bear certain similarities. In all cases, extensive amounts of glazing are used to maximise light penetration and improve comfort. That said, most structures are large, and will include fine detailing and pitched roofs
In contrast, a lean-to conservatory features a graduated roof and occupies less space in your garden. This means it won’t extend very far from your home’s exterior wall.
What is a lean-to conservatory?
A lean-to conservatory is a straightforward and simple conservatory. It has three glazed walls that extend out from one of the main walls of your Warminster home. It is typically a lot smaller than other conservatories.
Our lean-to conservatories can be installed with a tiled roof if you would like a more energy-efficient space, or a glazed roof for a brighter and airier space.
Why choose a lean-to conservatory?
If your outdoor space is limited, the lean-to conservatory will allow you to create extra space without compromising on warmth and light.
If you own a bungalow or a property with limited room beneath the eaves, this will make building a standard conservatory harder. The pitch of a lean-to conservatory can easily be adjusted to suit your home.
The simple appearance of this style makes it an ideal addition to homes where extra room is needed, but without eating too much into the garden.
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