Our dedicated team at Kitts Green Glass & Windows will help advise you on the type of conservatory that will fit your space & your families needs and will provide drawings to ensure your getting exactly what you desire.

Edwardian Conservatory

Edwardian Conservatory is  popular style, It has a streamlined structure and makes fitting your furniture into its rectangular shape a breeze. This type of Conservatory maximises floor space and gives extra headroom giving it a spacious feel. 

P - Shaped Conservatory

P-shaped conservatories combines a Traditional lean-to-style conservatory with the glamour of a Victorian conservatory. These conservatories often add more room as the "link together" meaning they can be used as two separate rooms.

Lean - To Conservatory

The Lean - to Conservatory can also be called sunrooms or garden rooms. The simple shape of the lean - to conservatory gives you a maximum space in a highly economical style. The compact design makes it ideal for smaller spaces. 

Victorian Conservatory

This Classical & Contemporary design of Victorian Conservatories is popular with many home owners. The design is multi - faceted windows designed to consume sunlight at any time of the day. The centerpiece has a grand structure usually the pointed roof.

T-Shaped Conservatory

The T-shaped Conservatory style works best on larger properties. The T-shaped is a combination conservatory style featuring a central projection. It can be Victorian, Gable or Georgian in style. The T-shaped conservatory allows you to create two distinctive living spaces within one room.

Solid Roof Conservatory

A solid roof conservatory can be made from tiles or solid panels and gives a more natural looking extension, One of the main benefits of a solid roof is that you get plastered ceiling. This allows your conservatory to flow well with the rest of your home. 

Gable End Conservatory

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 and forms a triangle. The roof has two pitches that slope down on either side of the centre frame, giving you a valued ceiling and making the interior seem spacious.

Orangery Conservatory

An Orangery is a brick structure with large windows, a flat roof with a glass lantern. Often labelled as a "home extension" orangeries offer home owners the chance to extend their living space in style whilst offering styling and design that is different from your typical conservatory.

Lantern Conservatory

The lantern Conservatory style was the original conservatory style when they were known as Orangeries. Lantern Conservatories feature a two-tier Conservatory roof on different levels, creating a wedding cake effect. The Lantern conservatory is a style often chosen to house Swimming pools or Gyms or Orangeries.

Large span Conservatory

Large span conservatory structures require a supporting sub-structure. The supporting sub structure is usually made out of structural grade aluminium although more traditional alternatives using timber are sometimes also used. The large structure makes it an ideal venue for a hotel dining room, or pool/gym cover.