Gable End Conservatory
Gable conservatory is also sometimes referred to as a Pavilion Conservatory.
The name Gable is derived from the main visual feature of the roof which, although it is an apex roof, has one side upright and the others sloped – so that it looks similar to the gable end of a house. Some call it the Pavilion conservatory because, once again due to the roof shape, it is reminiscent of a traditional pavilion. The Gable conservatory can feature visual styling from both Edwardian or Georgian conservatories, and as such, tend to fit well in the category of period designs.With the overall objective of being a regular (square or rectangular) shaped extension that brings a lot of natural light into the home.
Glass & Energy efficiency
- Double or triple glazing
- Coated solar low-e glazing
- 6 mm to 21 mm gap sealed units
- Self-cleaning glass
- Toughened or Laminated
Colours & Security
- UPVC, up to 15 different options
- 150 + colours for aluminium powder coat
- Multi-point locks for windows & doors
- Internal window beading
- Safety glazing for windows that go to floor level
- Georgian bars, leaded, obscure or patterned glass