Lean to conservatories imbue your home with a Mediterranean flavour, gathering in the precious winter sunlight and trapping its heat to provide a comfortable refuge
The lean to conservatory is the conservatory in its simplest form with clean, clear lines that take the refinement of the Edwardian conservatory to a new level. They’re the preferred conservatory in Inverclyde for those seeking an understated type of Mediterranean sunroom extension and are typically the most cost-effective type of conservatory to build as well. The lean to is ideal for those seeking to extend a home on a tight lot that may not provide adequate space for a more elaborate Victorian conservatory or domestic orangery.
Lean to conservatories imbue your home with a Mediterranean flavour, gathering in the precious winter sunlight and trapping its heat to provide a comfortable refuge. They make the most of available space and their sloped roof can be made to match the steep sloped roof of the terraced house or the gentle slope of the bungalow.
If you’re working with a tight budget or a tight space the lean to style of conservatory is likely your best option. Their advantages are many and include:
All of our conservatories in Inverclyde are designed to meet the same exacting quality standards and can be used year round regardless of temperature or weather conditions. The durable, energy efficient glass we use to create them will help lower your heating bills in the winter and your air conditioning bills in the summer. And, due to their embrace of timeless design aesthetics, they’ll never look dated.
When compared to a traditional extension of the same size a lean to conservatory can save you big whether you’re leaving the exterior wall of the home intact or demolishing it to extend an existing room with the conservatory. Because there will be minimal carrying over of utility lines into the conservatory fewer trades will be involved, further lowering construction costs.
Your new conservatory can be used as a play room, tea room, greenhouse, dining area or kitchen extension just to name a few. To ensure year round comfort and usability you can also install in-floor radiant heating and make sure you keep that heat in the home with double glazed windows.
Yes, a lean to extension will serve a multitude of purposes while ramping up the market value of your home at the same time. That’s what’s commonly called a win-win situation. Give us a call to find out more about how a lean to conservatory can benefit your home, or if you want to find out about our orangies in Inverclyde.