High performance Edwardian conservatories & glazed extensions
As popularity grew for the installation of Victorian styles in the late 19th century, designs became more elaborate. This culminated in the birth of the Edwardian conservatory.
Today, an Edwardian conservatory can add a touch of luxury to any property. The Edwardian conservatory features a bay window, steeply pitched roof and ornate detailing. Its rectangle shape maximises the amount of floor space and the clean lines make a bold statement. It creates a fantastic space that links your interior and exterior spaces, as well as letting in as much light as possible.
Thanks to its flat fronted projection, the Edwardian style suits properties of all size and age. With our installation experience, we can create you an Edwardian conservatory that fits perfectly with the existing character of your home. Incorporate as many glass panels, windows, doors as you like, as well as elaborate cresting and mouldings for that authentic Edwardian aesthetic.
How can you benefit from a modern Edwardian conservatory?
- Style – slim sightlines, maximised glass space and clean aesthetics
- Energy efficiency – multi chamber profiles lock in heat
- Durability – frames and profiles are robust and last for years
- High performance glazing – looks good and insulates sound and heat
- Security – strong frames, quality glazing and efficient locking mechanisms
- Convenience – full design and build service, tailor-made to your home
Edwardian conservatories suitable for a range of properties
Available in uPVC, timber and aluminium, the character of your property can be maintained and enhanced with an Edwardian conservatory installed by Oakley Green Conservatories.
This material has come on leaps and bounds from the 1980s. Technology today means that the frames offer thermal insulation and slimmer sightlines. That means more room for glass, and a maximised influx of natural light.
Growing in popularity, the latest aluminium materials can incorporate larger panes of glass and last for decades. This is ideal for homeowners who want a conservatory that looks stylish but won’t corrode or need maintenance attention.
The most authentic material for natural styles. Perfect if you live in a traditional property in the country, or want to reflect the idealistic ‘country life’ in your more contemporary property. Timber frames are sympathetic to existing structures and are naturally thermally insulating – two key factors for a quality Victorian conservatory.
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