Spoilt for choice – your guide to conservatories and orangeries

Our conservatory and orangery range is continuously expanding thanks to the introduction of wholesale MLB jerseys revolutionary designs, such as the remarkable Loggia, meaning that so-called off the shelf conservatories and orangeries are increasingly rare.

The vast variety cheap jerseys of choice available nowadays has left some customers confused what our to ask for and unable to decipher which design will work best for their respective household and particular motivation for purchasing a home extension.

With so much investment at stake it is wholesale jerseys hugely important that you make the right decision and we know how difficult it can be.

 That’s why CTG Windows customers benefit from being able to visit our in lovely indoor showroom and speak to expert advisors with no pressure or obligation to buy.

To assist customers we have put together a simple guide to conservatories and orangeries.

 Alternatively, you can request a brochure online or pop into Bes?g your local showroom which also offers valuable information.
Conservatories:

  • Classic conservatories traditionally feature a dwarf wall and come in a variation of styles such as Edwardian, Victorian, Lean-to and Gable end
  • However, Glass to Floor Conservatories, which don’t feature a dwarf wall are also popular with homeowners. These wholesale jerseys are sometimes known as Glass extensions or Glass rooms
  • Internally many Contemporary conservatories now feature a lighting pelmet and a cornice externally. wholesale NBA jerseys These features give the conservatory a different look and feel to a Classic conservatory
  • Solid tiled roof conservatories are proving very popular Post and are sometimes known as Sun rooms or Garden rooms.
    Orangeries:
  • Classic orangeries can often be defined by brick pillars, a lantern roof and lighting pelmet
  • Brick pillars can be replaced by reeded pillars, with a contemporary roof
  • Hybrid Contemporary Orangeries can be built by using brick pillars and a contemporary conservatory roof.