A conservatory is an easy way of not only adding additional light to your home but also a creating a tranquil space for you and your family to relax. Whether you are after a new conservatory, a replacement conservatory, or just conservatory repairs, SureSeal can find the best option for your unique budget and home.
At SureSeal, we strive to help you find the best conservatories and orangeries at the best price. We have extensive expertise when it comes to home improvements, so we can direct you through the wide selection of conservatories to help you find the best solution for you. If you would like to receive free quotes today from our range of conservatories, simply start by entering your postcode.
Here at SureSeal, we represent a vast variety of conservatories from highly-esteemed brands which are local and trusted. The conservatories we offer differ by shape, including lean-to, p-shaped, Edwardian, Georgian, Victorian, lantern, t-shaped, and gable end. They also vary by frame material, such as uPVC, white, coloured or timber effect, or wooden and aluminium frames. Finally, you can filter based on roof type, including polycarbonate, glass or solid.
With such a vast variety of conservatories available, it’s difficult to know which one is the best option. Lean to conservatories are a very versatile option and have an angled roof which slopes or leans downwards, allowing rainwater to run off. P-shaped conservatories are unsurprisingly in the shape of a letter P, which allows an abundance of space. A Victorian conservatory is most probably the UK’s most popular choice; it has a rounded wall which softens the exterior.
Edwardian or Georgian designs are very similar to Victorian, however, they have a square shape for a classic and traditional look. Lantern conservatories are a good way of adding grandeur to your home with a two-tiered roof. T-shaped conservatories evidently resemble a subtle t-shape with a protruding part of the conservatory, which is usually the doors, to allow extra light in. Finally, gable end conservatories are square or rectangular in shape, however, the front of the conservatory stays upright without sloping into the centre of the roof.