Conservatories are fantastic spaces to use however you see fit, for example as a lounge area or dining room. Investing in a conservatory can also boost the value of your Oxfordshire home – meaning it will effectively pay for itself if you ever decide to sell-up. Here’s more on the different types of conservatories we specialise in. With outlets situated in Oxford and Witney, Trade Building Plastics Ltd is ideally positioned to supply and install conservatories on properties in all surrounding towns – including Abingdon, Banbury, Bicester, Dicot and Wantage.
Edwardian Conservatories – Typically square or rectangular shaped, Edwardian conservatories feature a traditional aesthetic, with a four sided pitched roof, strong lines and a clean simplicity about them. They are highly suited to modern Oxfordshire homes.
Victorian Conservatories – These tend to have 3-5 faceted windows and a steeply pitched roof. Boasting ornate details, we’ve installed Victorian conservatories that have perfectly complemented both period and modern properties in areas including Abingdon, Banbury, Bicester, Dicot and Wantage. Complete with high quality double glazing, you can benefit from a traditional looking extension to your living space, which is also thermally efficient.
Gable Conservatories – Similar to Georgian conservatories, gable conservatories have roofs that don’t slope back to the centre but stand upright, independently, similar to the end of a house. This increases the amount of light being permitted into the conservatory. Gable conservatories have extended fronts, which can make them appear very spacious.
Lean To Conservatories – Staff at our Oxford and Witney stores are always receiving inquiries about the characteristics of lean to conservatories. Perfect for entertaining during Oxfordshire’s summer months, they’re very flexible and help maximise your patio or garden space. This makes it ideal for homeowners who are short on space. A lean to conservatory lets you make use of an outside space 365 days a year, rain or shine!
P-Shape Conservatories – Also known as Georgian conservatories, p-shape conservatories have high and sloping roofs that grant a vaulted effect, which is visually very impressive. Bright and airy, p shape conservatories are suited to clients keen on interior decoration – as their distinctive shape is ideal for laying out furniture and plants.
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