uPVC conservatories are a welcome addition to any home, offering a versatile space you can enjoy all year round. Conservatories and orangeries add value to your property, flood your home with natural light and create a seamless connection between your home and garden. Whether you prefer a traditional or modern conservatory design it’s an ideal extension to your living space.
Whatever your desired intentions, our uPVC conservatory styles serve a multitude of purposes so whether you want a new dining area, kids play area, office space or even to enhance your kitchen. With a uPVC bespoke conservatory from Carera Windows, you have the complete freedom to create your dream space that reflects your individuality and complements your home.
With so many different shapes and sizes available, knowing which conservatory will compliment your home can be difficult. Out team at Carera Windows will help you every step of the way to ensure that you have the perfect glass extension.
Victorian conservatories are distinguished by their pitched roof and curved appearance. Victorian conservatories traditionally have three or five facets on their front elevation, and ornate detailing along the ridge of the apex roof. This style is classic and effective, suiting Victorian properties and beyond.
Edwardian conservatories are probably the UK’s most popular style of conservatory. Similar to Victorian conservatories, an Edwardian conservatory has a square or rectangular floor plan that maximises internal space and is ideal if you want a classic style of conservatory with a timeless appearance.
Lantern conservatories are generally larger in size and are a popular choice for period style properties. Lantern conservatories have a second layer of vertical windows extending from the roof, giving an extra height and presence to the conservatory. They specialise in bringing you a bright and spacious room to relax in.
The lean-to conservatory is a very popular design for bungalows or buildings with low eaves. Lean-to conservatories are rectangular with a roof that leans onto the main property providing a cost effective way of extending your home. uPVC conservatory prices can vary. Lean-to conservatories are on average, one of the lowest priced options available.
The gable or gable-end conservatory style features a square floor plan but with a vertical front roof. This combination provides a feeling of extra space and presence; they work well with older properties but we can also tailor them to suit more modern homes. They are a fantastically versatile option.
Rectangular in shape with a roof that leans onto the main property, this type of conservatory is uncomplicated and suitable for a wide range of house styles. This makes it the ideal choice for modern properties creating the perfect balance between conservatory and extension and a great place to unwind and relax.
A way of creating a conservatory that is truly bespoke to you. Combination conservatories usually have a Victorian, Edwardian or Gable design which is linked in harmony with a lean-to style allowing you to create a conservatory exactly to your tastes. This means that you’ll be able to bring a personal touch to your home.
As its name suggests, a P-shaped conservatory is in the shape of a letter P. often combining typical features of both Victorian and Edwardian designs. This design helps to make the conservatory more versatile. It is possible to split the available space into two separate functions; one side could be used as a sun lounge whilst the other side could be used for a range of purposes
If you want elegance or grandeur, then a Georgian Conservatory is the ideal choice for you. Its rounded shape makes it a great statement build and it can be adapted to look like a natural and original home extension. You’ll be able to bring something new to your home that seamlessly complements your property.
uPVC is cheaper than aluminium or timber. Wooden/timber will cost around twice as much as uPVC. You’ll be able to bring a premium product to your home without having to suffer an extortionate price tag. We pride ourselves on offering competitive conservatory prices, so you can get more for less.
uPVC products require very little maintenance during their lifetime. Simply wipe down dirty frames and glass with a warm wet cloth to keep them looking as good as new. Timber conservatories require much more maintenance, micro-porous paints and stains on the hardwood elements should be re-applied every five years
uPVC double glazing is good at keeping the heat in and the cold out. Choosing the right type of glass will also decide the thermal efficiency of a window or doors used in the build. We use the market-leading Profile 22 uPVC profile for our conservatory frames, so you can be sure that you’re bringing the best to your home.
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