Lean-To Conservatories

Lean-To conservatories are perfect for both large and smaller properties – the model effectively slants into the brickwork of a home, providing optimum sunlight into the living space. With diagonal orientation of the roof, if you invest in self-cleaning glass this product will work effectively; guaranteeing a beautiful, clear exterior all year round.


These models are even perfect for people with low ceilings and clients with limited garden space. Lean-To conservatories offer perfect camouflage, fitting into your buildings aesthetics effectively and appearing like they are part of the house originally. If you’re after a more simplistic style, which requires little maintenance to care for, then a Lean-To conservatory would be your ideal solution.

Gable Conservatories

 For properties with larger gardens, a Gable conservatory is the perfect extension to consider. If you’re looking for a spacious adaption of a conservatory then the Gable model covers all aspects of space. The model is perfect for clients looking to convert a conservatory into a capacious living area.

Whether you're after more room to customise freely or want another living space to complete your home - with excess space to furnish, a Gable conservatory would provide you with such capabilities. With a variety of customisation options available, you can create a perfect living environment without the hassle of moving. 

Victorian Conservatories

 This model is the most popular choice for conservatory, its simple design and beautiful roof spine offers great aesthetically pleasing qualities. Commonly made of PVCu, this model is also available in many other materials, with such a diverse choice of colours, patterns and sizes to choose from – Victorian is the ideal starting point if you’re looking to invest in a new extension for your home. This type of conservatory benefits both larger and smaller domestic properties - this makes them one of the most flexible conservatory models in current conservatory manufacture. 

By excluding the problem of moving house the only problem you are left with is deciding what the perfect conservatory model would be for you. You may be looking for something small and pretty or maybe you’re after a conservatory for added means of space – whatever the issue there is a conservatory model out there for everyone and Elite Windows can provide you with the best guidance. ​

Edwardian Conservatories 

This conservatory model offers homes an elegantly designed extension complete with a beautifully sculptured roof spine. Edwardian conservatories are manufactured following the Edwardian architectural style, which covers easy function and simplicity.


Edwardian is another popular choice of conservatory due to its classy appearance and adequate space provision. If you’re eager for extra space at home yet do not want the expenses of moving or a solid extension then an Edwardian conservatory would be the perfect option for you and your family. With a range of sizes available, the Edwardian model could provide you with all the added space you need.

The Different Types of Conservatories​

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When investing in a conservatory there are many questions we ask ourselves, and one key query would be ‘what model would be best for me?'  We typically picture a conservatory to be made of white PVCu with a Victorian or Edwardian design concept however – the designs for these living spaces are endless. Depending on the size of your home and its aesthetics there are a variety of shapes available, with endless possibilities of customisation.


Not only do you have choice of aesthetics – the material is an important factor to consider. Although PVCu is the most common choice, you can introduce yourself to many other mediums including timber, metals and some can be made into the perfect, solid living space by combining both glass and brickwork. The ideas for your perfect conservatory are endless and this blog is will provide you with further knowledge of the models present at Elite Windows.

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