A Victorian Conservatory is one of the period types of conservatory, so named after the reigning monarch (King or Queen) at the time they first appeared and can be found in both urban and rural homes. Sometimes referred to as Victorian sun-rooms, they offer ornate high roofs and a faceted or rounded appearance.
A typical example will have a bay fronted shape with 3 or 5 facets (sides) and a vaulted angled roof featuring a fancy ridge-line. As a quite ornate and “curved” conservatory it’s not really best suited for use in small designs. This Victorian, similar to other designs, can be built with full glass sides or feature Dwarf-walls (brick low level walls) to add a more “solid” visual feature.
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