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Lean-To Conservatories Reading

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Lean-To Conservatories Reading

If you’re looking to extend your home and gain plenty of additional space you can enjoy throughout the year, then our lean-to conservatories Reading are the perfect option. What makes our lean-conservatories stand out from the crowd is their versatility to adapt to suit a wide range of property styles.

Lean-To Conservatory Reading

Whether you have a contemporary new build home or a more traditional style property, lean-to conservatories in Reading are a highly cost effect, attractive and practical conservatory idea. An ideal choice if you have limited space available, our lean-to conservatories from Abbey can be adjusted to suit. They fit perfectly with a bungalow that may be restricted by height, or on a larger property that may wish to incorporate the conservatory build along the whole length of the back of your house.

Whatever particular design of lean-to conservatory you prefer, Abbey Windows will work with every step of the way,  from initial quote, talk you through planning permission if required, discuss the colours and finishes available and then on to the completed project where you can enjoy your new lean-to conservatory for many years.

Conservatory Planning Permission

Even if you are considering a small lean-to conservatory, you will still have to abide by the Building Regulations and check if planning permission is required. Abbey Windows are more than happy to check if you will need planning permission and help you secure it if you do.

There are a few regulations you should be aware of when considering your new lean-to conservatory in Reading. If you can answer yes to any of the following questions, then you may need planning permission:

-Will any part of the proposed conservatory be visible from a road or other public right of way? (normally within 20m including footpaths)

-Have there been any previous extensions/additions to the original property?

-Is the property a Listed Building?

-Is the property in a Conservation Area, or an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty?

-Are there any known restrictions or covenants regarding development on the property, such a Leasehold, Housing Association or Joint Ownership?

Conservatory Roof

Conservatory Roof

Once you have decided that a lean-to conservatory is the perfect option for your property and will create the extra space in your home that you have been dreaming of, then you should consider which of the Ultraframe conservatory roofs you would like.

There are a variety of options including polycarbonate, glass, self-cleaning or a tiled roof. Polycarbonate conservatory roofs are the most economical option, designed to allow plenty of natural light enter your new room.

Glass, especially self-cleaning glass is specifically designed to be low maintenance and react with the sunlight to break down any unwanted organic dirt and rainwater.

Tiled roofs or warm roofs are a great choice if you prefer some shelter from the sun’s rays as they act like a normal roof but still contain glass panes to allow light to enter.

If you would like to enjoy additional fresh air in your new lean-to conservatory then the option of conservatory roof vents may be the perfect choice, they not only allow fresh air to enter, but let warm air rise and escape, keeping your conservatory much cooler in summer.

Contact Abbey Windows to find out more about our lean-to conservatory designs.

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