A Lean-To Conservatory is probably the most popular style of room in England & Wales, probably due to the flexibility of the design in terms of its simplicity and ability to fit almost anywhere.
They are most often seen in rectangular floor plans with flat plane sides and a single angled sloping roof section. To lower costs and to save weight loading, poly-carbonate panels can be used in the roof sections and is now available in tinted shades such as Opal & Bronze.
In general you will find two designs. The first will be “all glazed”, the second features panels or brickwork, such as “dwarf-walls” Using any type of solid brick or block-work, however, will raise the overall construction cost of the room.
- BS7950 approved
- PAS23/24 security standards
- A-Rating efficiency
- U-Value 1.6 W/m2K
- Comply with Part L building regulations
- U-Value Triple glazed 0.8 W/m2K Passivhaus
- Sculptured profiles
- A highly cost-effective choice, making it ideal for those on a budget
- Perfect for properties with restricted space, due to its cleverly compact structure
- Can be adapted to suit a variety of different purposes
- Minimal maintenance required to keep them clean
- Low-pitched roof ensures the design accommodates awkward spaces
- Provides maximum space, for minimal outlay
- Crisp, clean lines create a classy, contemporary look
- Often repurposed as a sunroom, or as a place to grow plants in
- Multiple glass panels create a light and airy environment inside