Opt For a Gable Ended Conservatory?

The gable ended conservatory is in a league of its own with their stately and elegant and modern appearance. These conservatories are where the roof doesn’t slope back to the centre from the front and it appears like a proper extension to your house.

These are very Georgian in style, and suited to modern properties as well as period properties.

The Roof on a Gable Ended Conservatory
The Gable End roof of this type of conservatory is totally different and departs from the Victorian and Edwardian conservator styles. These gable ended conservatories have high pitched roofs that meet in a ridge in the centre; these pitched roofs can be glazed, polycarbonate and do look stunning, like a proper extension if designed with a solid tiled roof. If you are considering a tiled roof then you really need to take a look at our warm tiled roof page for more information.

If you are considering a conservatory as an addition to your home then a gable ended conservatory might just be the right option for you; what type of conservatory compliments your property, and the space you have to play with also needs to be taken into account. They allow plenty of space and reflect a modern and trendy look and make a great extension to any home.

The gable ended conservatory can be customised with your choice of doors, windows and decorative finishes.  You can opt for Upvc, timber or aluminium.  They all have varying long lasting properties and come in a range of coloured uPVC foills.

The Benefits of a Gable Ended Conservatory

Installing a gable ended conservatory in your property comes with a host of benefits. Its stately design makes it suitable for both modern and period properties and they are great if:

Gable ended conservatories make a perfect additional living space for your home by bringing the outside in. Due to their rectangular shape a bifold door or cheaper French doors can be a great addition.

Different Options for Gable Ended Conservatories

Planning Permission
You won’t normally need planning permission for a gable ended conservatory, but we always advise you do need to check and it is highly recommend that you visit the government’s planning portal to view the regulations yourself.

Variations to base and structure of a Gable Ended Conservatory
Gable ended conservatories can come with stone or brick dwarf walls or if more preferable, a full height glass or UPVC panels. The options purely depend on your budget and your design preferences and what you plan on using the conservatory for.

UPVC panels or glazing are normally the most affordable options however, dwarf walls provide a greater level of privacy, security and efficiency.

If you are interested in a lean-to conservatory to maximise on your internal living space then get in touch via our contact page or call 01246 558695. Our team of experts at Warm Roof Conservatory Specialists are on hand to answer any questions you may have.

Conservatories are Adding Value To Customers Homes

Is it time to move or improve? a constant question asked by home owners, need extra living space yet you love the area you are living in, then a new Conservatory or Replacement Conservatory roof may be the answer you are looking for.

The modern home owner is often looking for living solutions that respond to multiple issues, including extra storage, workspace, hobby space and relaxing, a new conservatory or replacement conservatory roof can deliver. If you are thinking about an extension or changing the way you use your home then call Warm Roof Conservatory Specialists for a hassle free, discussion.

We will happily give you a 3D design of your new conservatory, a fully inclusive price to install and provide all of the necessary building controls along with our comprehensive insurance backed warranty.