There are a range of different conservatory styles and each style can be design to compliment your home. The simplest design is the Lean-To.
The lean-to design is the easiest to incorporate with both 2 story and 1 story properties. For properties with little room under the eaves or for those homeowners that prefer the clean and simple look, the lean-to design is the ideal choice. The pitch of the roof can be varied making this a versatile and ever-popular option.
The conservatory began life as a place for potting and preserving tender plant life. They were originally outbuildings to country houses and stately homes, and very much the domain of the gardener.
With the improvement of the technology in the glass, frames and roofs the conservatory can now be used as a year-round room.
As with all our conservatories, the lean-to can be tailor made and designed to suit your needs. The roof can either be glazed with the most up to date roof glass, giving you maximum natural, or even with a light-weight tiled roof, which can give you more use out of your conservatory.
The standard lean-to design will have a dwarf wall with frames on top and either cladded or glazed wedges. If you wish for full height frames, this can also be done but, as with all structures…the more brick work means the more usage you will get out of your conservatory.
To compliment your property, our conservatory roof bars and frames are available in a wide range of colours and we can add plastering, electrics and even plumbing to suit your conservatory needs.
We Are Norfolk’s Only Approved Ultra Installer
We are proud to call ourselves Norfolk’s only approved Ultra Installer! Taverham Conservatories use the Ultraframe roof system for all our conservatories. Ultraframe have witnessed our fitters construct their product and have passed them off as qualified Ultra Installers.
All Ultraframe roofs are engineered to withstand the extremes of the UK climate and are approved by the British Board of Agrément (BBA) to last at least 25 years. They were the first European system to have passed the USA’s BOCA regime, the toughest testing and building standards in the world. These tests needs to be so demanding because of the extreme nature of American climate conditions.