Adding a conservatory to your home is a relatively easy and cost-effective way to improve your home and lifestyle but you must take care to choose a high specification conservatory that will allow you to utilise your additional living space all year round. Buying a conservatory with a low specification could mean you will be unable to use it during the colder months of the year because it is too expensive to heat and it could also be ‘off-limits’ on hot summer days because it is unbearably hot inside.

New technology has produced high-performance glass options and lead free, colour fast PVC-u frames – this coupled with the latest roof technology means that you can buy a high quality conservatory that can be used all year round providing you make the right choices at the time of your purchase.

Park Windows can build a conservatory to your exact style and dimensions, from Base construction, brickwork, glazing to decorative finish with full CAD plans for your approval prior to starting the project.

Our conservatories feature Kommerling ‘Lead Free’ PVCu profile which is fully sculptured to replicate traditional timber windows and doors. Kommerling is the number one profile in the UK and Europe and is backed by a 20 year colour fast warranty.

Popular Styles


The Victorian is one of the most popular conservatory styles and it’s not hard to see why. Inspired by an era when gothic style architecture, complete with ornate crestings and finials, saw a romantic renaissance. These conservatories are as versatile as they are engaging.
Not only do they have the ability to complement almost any type of property, they can also be readily adapted to suit whatever space is available – whether that’s a large garden or a small patio area. Typically, Victorian conservatories have a three or five facet bay.


A modern interpretation of a regal age in British architectural history, Georgian conservatories are typically characterised by their square or rectangular footprint. This in turn means they are incredibly space efficient – allowing you to enjoy the maximum possible floor area.
However don’t think for a second that it’s all about function, you’ll find form in abundance too, thanks to their imposing nature and widespread use of design flourishes such as elaborate crestings and detailed moulding.


Reminiscent of the grand orangeries and classical conservatories of yesteryear, this type of conservatory enjoys an imposing front elevation with the windows extending to the apex of the roof.
As a result, it enjoys a real sense of presence and cadd add a feel of stately splendor to any home – and particular older, period properties. If you’re looking for a conservatory that takes your breath away every time you look at it, then this is definitely the style for you.