Aluminium conservatories come in different brands and systems all offering excellent, design, engineering and long-term performance. The product range comprises several different familiar styles as well as bespoke shapes and all manner of sizes.
Information about aluminium conservatories
Suitable for both residential or commercial applications, aluminium conservatories integrate fully with different systems for the glazed walls, such as casement windows, bifolding doors or the latest patio sliding doors.
Thanks to highly insulated aluminium profiles, durable powder-coated finishes and insulated glass, aluminium conservatories offer all-year-round use. Furthermore, they’re enhanced internally with heating and ventilation or a selection of blinds.
While traditional conservatories also come in PVCu, timber and hybrid materials, all now offer flexible designs and low maintenance. In fact, even timber materials come with the best paint technology and exceptional service life.
Some popular features of aluminium conservatories include:
- Flexible sizes, materials and extensive choice of colours
- Contemporary or traditional styling with differing glazing bar styles
- High performance glass in double or triple glazing with optional sun-control or self-cleaning features
- High Security & Multipoint Locking Systems across windows and doors
- Excellent weather performance and energy efficiency
Types of aluminium conservatories
In the same way as PVCu conservatories, in aluminium these comprise several familiar styles and designs.
The Edwardian design of conservatory follows a square design. As a result, this style suits a more modern home and design of glass room extension.
You’ll find Edwardian styles feature a hipped roof design as well as 90 degree corner styling. Aluminium roofs remain popular with these styles and others often combined with PVCu windows and doors to the conservatory walls. Finally, there are options for roof decoration such as finials or crests.
The Victorian style of conservatory comes as a more rounded design also featuring angled windows and doors to the conservatory walls.
The P Shape of Conservatory tends to also feature the Victorian style at the one end.
Classically styled Victorian conservatories work well in traditional houses. Furthermore, following a rounded design also provides a bigger illusion of space and improved brightness in a room.
The P-Shape design as the name suggests suits larger conservatories, often with a larger than normal width. Often, P-Shaped aluminium conservatories stretch along much of the rear elevation.
Therefore, this is one of the most popular styles of traditional conservatory for maximising the space as well as creating a substantial extra room.
Gable Fronted Conservatories
The Gable front design in aluminium conservatories suits either square or rectangular designs and offers a contemporary style for most modern or traditional houses.
Alongside the aluminium roof you’ll also find gable or apex windows, made of other aluminium systems and often matching the windows and doors on the front and side elevations.
Lean-to glass rooms
The lean-to aluminium conservatories will come with a square or rectangular design as well as the option of one, two or three glazed sides.
Lean-to designs are one of the most popular modern styles today. Importantly, they bring out the best in large patio door sets such as slimline or standard sliding patio doors.
Bespoke aluminium conservatories
Choose a specialist conservatory and glass rooms installer and benefit from a one-off design for the home.
Bespoke aluminium conservatories offer the best in roof bars, aluminium windows and glazed residential doors. While costing more than a traditional conservatory, they’re the ideal solution for a Grand Designs style glass room.
More information about aluminium conservatories for homeowners and the trade
Always use a company specialising in aluminium with the correct range of doors and windows. Use our contact form to get in touch. We can help put the trade in touch with trade suppliers of aluminium roof systems and associated glazing. Homeowners can get in touch for details of local companies supplying aluminium glazed extensions for residential property.