With the Victorian conservatory we see the introduction of extra angles, providing extra facets to the front or bell section of the conservatory. The most popular of these is the 3 section bell, however on wider conservatories 5 sections to the bell can be very desirable. Both designs give a very stylish appearance & are particularly suited to houses that already have character & are not too square looking. Because of the shape, the roofs on a Victorian Conservatory are very elegant & as such make for a beautiful addition to your home. The multi-faceted roof slopes rise up to a horizontal ridge plate, & this can be glazed in either multi-wall polycarbonate or self-cleaning insulated glass. Whilst this style of conservatory is generally fitted against a flat wall, the introduction of a box gutter allows installations to low roofs and bungalows.
Whether onto a low brick wall, glazed full height or with insulated panels the Victorian conservatory provides a beautiful extra room that can be used & enjoyed all year round.
All conservatories from South Coast Windows are bespoke & made to your size and requirements. We install conservatories in the Sussex, Hampshire, Kent and Surrey areas. We are happy to discuss all the conservatory ranges that we provide. For more information on the Victorian range or conservatories in general, please get in touch today and call us on 0800 3895957.