Pelsall’s Edwardian and Victorian conservatories are both classics in style and design and look sensational when completed. While they may appear to only be suitable for older properties, they can suit almost any type of build, and we’ll always use the right materials to find the right match.
They both allow more light to enter into your home and provide a unique space for the entire family to enjoy all year round. You can choose from any number of roofing materials, depending on your preference, to create an extension to your home that will add value to the property and your lifestyle.
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Adding an Edwardian or Victorian can add as much as 5% value to your home.
Adding a conservatory to your home is a cost effective way to increase your living space.
Conservatories are a great way to avoid rising planning permission costs.*
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Victorian conservatories remain a popular option for homeowners in the West Midlands as their adaptability makes them suitable for almost any type of home. As you would expect, they fit in perfectly with existing Victorian architecture to create a seamless extension. Victorian conservatories tend to have three or five facets on their front elevation, complemented with ornate detailing on the ridge of the roof.
The shape of Victorian conservatories is also another big plus. The versatile roofing and choice of facets mean you have a range of options to choose from. So depending on the space available, you can find a type that really benefits your needs.
Edwardian conservatories (sometimes referred to as Georgian Conservatories) enjoy a similar design to Victorian conservatories and also feature an apex roof. The main difference between the two exists in the front of the build. Where Victorian conservatories have an angled front, Edwardian conservatories are either rectangular or square when seen on the plan.
This classic style of conservatory does not have as much ornamentation as a Victorian option. The symmetrical shape and plain glass featured in Edwardian conservatories allow us to create a design that makes the most of the floor space available.
If maximising space is one of the main reasons for converting or building a new space in your property then Edwardian conservatories are the right choice for you. It allows you to use the conservatory for a wider range of activities without impacting on their charismatic design.