Choose Your Style
Often times referred to as “sun-room” the lean to conservatory is without a doubt the most popular and simplest type. It consists of a sloped roof which runs parallel to a house wall.
The popular Edwardian conservatories feature a rectangular design, which is great for the optimum use of the available space. Symmetry is achieved thanks to the ridged roof system.
The Victorian conservatories feature five (or sometimes three) faceted end walls and ridged roofs. This helps to achieve a half-rounded look. The beautiful design, however, can sometimes be restricting when it comes to the furniture layout.
The Edwardian Gable style is usually used in new-build projects and consists of a classic shaped conservatory and a ridged roof.
P-Shape or T-Shape:
If you don’t fancy sticking to a conservatory design that you can see elsewhere and if your budget allows it, why not go for a more unusual shape that suits your needs such as a P-Shape or a T-shape.
Larger conservatories can benefit greatly from a lantern top roof for a classic and elegant look. The roof itself is on two levels which are separated by a number of small windows. This helps to make the conservatory feel much more spacious.
Want a modern conservatory that is also unique and stands out? Our experts can create a design for you based on your requirements and will make sure your conservatory’s look is a good addition to the overall design of your home.
Why Choose Us
Safe Seal works with you from concept to installation to ensure you are getting value for money and a 5 star service. For over 20 years we have been installing conservatories around Liverpool and the North West and have retained customers for the duration of that period, helping them improve their homes.
We know when it comes to getting a new conservatory price is extremely important. The price of a new conservatory differs depending on a multitude of factors; size, location of installation, materials used and the time of the installation. We offer free quotes and prices so you can have a clear price in your mind before making a decision. Often people may want a conservatory but are unsure what is best for them. We are here to help with that also we can give you a free consultation and give you impartial advice as to pros and cons of your options so you can make an informed decision from the very start.
As well as deciding on the design of your new conservatory there are many additions you can add to really make your new project stand out. Conservatories are predominantly glass based and we provide a wide choice of glazing for you to consider. Glazing can affect a range of things such as how warm your conservatory will get or how much natural light you wish to filter. We can show you the best glazing types that suit your needs so you can get the ideal amount of natural light without falling into the issue of having a conservatory that will over heat in those summer months. All our glazing is sourced for some of Europe’s leading manufactures and is designed with energy efficiency in mind with the main goal to keep the cold out and the warmth in allowing you to make the most of your conservatory all year round.
Another popular addition we offer is Bi-fold doors. Bi-fold doors are quickly becoming one of the most popular door options for conservatories, orangeries and extensions. A Bi-fold door allows for a beautiful way to open up your home in the summer months and adds the feeling of extra space all year round. A bi-fold door offers both aesthetic and thermal efficiency benefits to your home.
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