When you contact 2Hot2Cold to quote for an insulated conservatory ceiling or replacement lightweight tiled roof, one of the first questions we ask you is what type of conservatory you have. Conservatories come in all shapes and sizes but they all fall within a range of traditional and contemporary styles. If you are unsure what style of conservatory you have, we have put together a list of the most common styles to help.
- Victorian: this popular style features a pitched roof and angled panes of glass that create a rounded shape.
- Edwardian: this is similar to the Victorian conservatory with a pitched roof (often four-sided) and a rectangular shape.
- Gabled: a rectangular conservatory with a two-sided pitched roof that meets a gabled end.
- Lean-to: this style is also known as a Mediterranean conservatory with a single sloping roof.
- L-, P- or T-shaped: this is an elaborate style, designed in any shape, to suit any type of home. This shape can be used to incorporate common elements of Edwardian and Victorian styles and creates a unique space.