lean to conservatory

What is a Lean-To conservatory?

A lean to conservatory is usually square or rectangularly in shape. It has a flat roof that slopes slightly downwards. It also leans against the property, using the house’s external wall as its fourth wall. This is what gives it the name ‘lean to’.

Its smaller size makes it ideal for use as an indoor garden, or a porch, or even a sitting or reading room. Across the South West, thousands of people enjoy lean to conservatories as places where they can go to relax and unwind. We want you to love where you live. That’s why we give you free choice of colours and finishes, so you can match your conservatory to the exact character of your home. Of course, our lean to conservatories come with a 10-year insurance-backed guarantee, with a 25-year Build Quality guarantee on construction works.

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  • Colours

    Customise your conservatory with a range of colours and finishes, including woodgrain effect finishes. Popular colours include white, black and anthracite grey. However, we also offer bespoke RAL sprayed colours.

    Sage Green

    Sage Green

    Rosewood

    Rosewood

    Light Oak

    Light Oak

    Irish Oak

    Irish Oak

    Grey

    Grey

    Green

    Green

    Cream

    Cream

    Black

    Black

    White

    White

    RAL colour swatch

    RAL colour swatch

    Roof Options

    A lean-to conservatory can be made with either a glass roof or a tiled roof. Both options help to further enhance the extension’s thermal performance.

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    Downloads

    For further information on our range of conservatories, please feel free to download a free brochure.

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    uPVC and aluminium lean to conservatories

    As a family-run business, we strive to provide our customers with the highest quality materials. All the uPVC and aluminium we use for our conservatories is sustainably sourced and 100% recyclable. With exceptionally low rates of thermal transmission, both materials can help your home to reduce its carbon footprint and its spend on energy bills.

    Both materials are completely immune to rotting, splitting and warping. With uPVC and aluminium, minimal maintenance is required to keep your lean to conservatory performing at the top of its game. Exhibiting great strength and durability, uPVC and aluminium conservatories are optimal for homes in coastal areas like Bournemouth, Torquay and Minehead. They can withstand even the strongest of winds, and are resistant to salt erosion.

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