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Conservatories

County Windows offers the full spectrum of bespoke UPVC and Aluminium conservatory designs, including Victorian, Edwardian, Gable End, P-shape, Traditional Lean-To and a new range of exciting options like the LivIn Room and LivIn Roof.
For a complete, in depth look at the full range, please pop into our showroom, or download our brochure.

LivIn Room

LivIn Roof

Victorian

Edwardian

Gable End

P-Shaped

Traditional Lean-To

LivIn Room

Conservatories are evolving. LivIn Room is the best of both worlds, combining the light and sky of a conservatory with the walls and ceiling of an extension.

The LivIn Room perimeter ceiling offers a real room feel, thanks to the plastered internal beams, and transforms a typical conservatory into a glazed extension. It also makes for a truly inspirational, multi-functional extended living area for any home.

A LivIn Room perimeter ceiling can be used into any shape of conservatory. Thanks to a clever design, it can also be incorporate downlighters and speakers which can be fully integrated within the installation process, making for a multi purpose room day or night, all year round.

LivIn Room brochure.

LivIn Roof

LivIn Roof is our very latest roofing system and it has been designed to combine solid and glazed roofing seamlessly, helping you extend your living space and enhancing thermal performance, to give you a room that you can use all year round.

Whether you are constructing a new home extension or replacing an old existing conservatory roof, LivIn Roof is the perfect solution. It combines insulated composite panels with our proven conservatory roofing system. The great feature of LivIn Roof is that it can incorporate one, or a number of glazed panels that allow daylight to penetrate deep into your room, making the space instantly brighter.

Internally the LivIn Roof is stunning. It can deliver a magnificent vaulted ceiling and incorporates the LivIn Room internal pelmet around the perimeter, where lights can be installed.

LivIn Roof brochure.

Victorian

The Victorian is our most popular traditional style of conservatory. This is partly because the Victorian conservatory suits all house styles – whether they are a period property or new build. This style is generally available as a 3 or 5 facet design.  An aesthetically pleasing installation that can dramatically improve the aspect of any home, traditional or modern.

A Victorian conservatory should blend with the property and not look like an afterthought. However old your home, your Victorian conservatory can have modern, energy efficient double-glazing, electric ventilation and even underfloor heating.

For more on this and all conservatory styles, please take a look at our brochure.

Edwardian

This is an attractive period design, incorporating a ridged roof style, with a non-faceted base offering the largest possible  usable floor space.
This design gives a very specious feel and can be particularly useful on properties such as bungalows and other height restricted buildings, but of course, its is not limited to these types of homes.

The streamlined and elegant structure is constructed upon a rectangular base, which allows the easy positioning of furniture and full enjoyment of the aspect this new addition to your home is facing.

For more on this and all conservatory styles, please take a look at our brochure.

Gable End

As the name suggests, this style is particularly suited to any gable situation (able to offer an increased feeling of height), however this style is not limited to these architectural situations alone.

A gable-end conservatory can add real grandeur to your home. Gable-end conservatories date back to the Georgian style, of which modern gable-end conservatories are a variant. With a gable-end conservatory, the front of the roof doesn’t slope back to the centre. Instead, the front of the conservatory stays upright, like the end of a house.

Like the Edwardian, the Gable has a rectangular base which gives maximum flexibility to interior planning. These styles are excellent for capturing the heritage of conservatories. It’s a style that’s reminiscent of the opulent orangeries and conservatories of bygone centuries, constructed in modern, energy efficient materials. Gable-end conservatories have stylish front elevations with windows that extend right to the apex, giving them a specious feel and a stately grandeur that’s perfect for modern and period homes.

For more on this and all conservatory styles, please take a look at our brochure.

P-Shaped

The P-shape conservatory is a style that’s ideal for larger, detached properties, combining a lean-to conservatory with a Victorian conservatory, which can be either three-faceted or five-faceted.

The P-shape conservatory creates a versatile style, because the conservatory extends in different directions. The P-shape conservatory is therefore ideal for using as two separate living areas. Modern families often use the longer part of the P-shape style as a lounge or dining area, with the rounded part being used as either a children’s play area, office or studio. P-shaped conservatories often require larger proportions, so are better suited for larger detached properties, giving an impressive result.

The beauty of the P-shape conservatory style is that it can add much-needed space to the house without swallowing up too much of the garden or requiring much in the way of garden redesign.

For more on this and all conservatory styles, please take a look at our brochure.

Traditional Lean-To

The Lean-to conservatory, or Mediterranean conservatory, is the simplest style we offer. The clean lines give it a contemporary look and make these a popular conservatory choice for modern houses. This style will be ideal for you if you prefer the simple, understated feel of a Mediterranean sunroom.

Whether your lean-to conservatory is traditional or contemporary, the style is perfect for properties that have restricted space under the eaves. This is because the pitch of the roof on lean-to conservatories can vary – so a shallow pitch can fit under a low bungalow roof and a steeper one would be ideal for a terraced house.

Lean-to conservatories bring a flavour of the Mediterranean into your home, trapping the winter sunlight and converting it into heat through the glass. The simple shape of the lean-to conservatory gives you the maximum space in a highly economical style.

For more on this and all conservatory styles, please take a look at our brochure.