Conservatories In Brownhills


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Tailor-Made & Affordable Conservatories In Brownhills

Adding a conservatory will transform your home and give you extra space. Pride Windows covering Brownhills can advise on heating and ventilation to ensure you have a room you can enjoy all year round.

We can supply a complete conservatory package from the roof down, including taking care of planning and building regulations, ground work, heating, and electrics.

Each one of our conservatory designs is tailor-made to be the perfect addition to your home, adding both space and value. Choose between a variety of beautiful styles to create the perfect conservatory to suit you and your home.

Pride Windows use Pilkington K Soft-Coat Glazing in all our products and supply Double Glazing as standard.

Whether you are looking for a conservatory that is contemporary or traditional, complex or with clean lines, Pride Windows roofing systems can create whatever you have in mind.

Edwardian Conservatories

When you want to add a visually strong, high-quality dimension to your home, the Edwardian conservatory is the ideal choice. Its classic, clean lines have been desired for decades and have a universal appeal that will impress you and your visitors.

A square, flat-fronted projection creates a dignified simplicity that blends easily into the character of your home. And when you choose Pride Windows, you gain access to an extensive choice of features. Plus high-quality engineering means you can enjoy a beautiful conservatory for many years.

The Edwardian style allows you to maximise your enjoyment and usage of the extra space created. Its square, flat-fronted projection offers a clean-cut elegance and dignified simplicity that blends easily into the character of your home.

Representing a perfect union of form and function, Edwardian conservatories offer the ideal way to extend your home in style.

They combine floor space with the simple, straight lines that were so typical of the Edwardian era and are predominantly square or rectangular, evocative of the inherent strength of both structure and character giving maximum living space for any given area.

Victorian Conservatories

Impressive and versatile, the Victorian conservatory adds extra light, air, and grandeur to your home. The beauty of choosing a Victorian design from Pride Windows is its flexibility to fit whatever space is available. Available in 3 and 5-faceted versions, you can create a structure that perfectly complements the architecture of your home and its space.

Inspired by Victorian design and architecture, complete with ornate cresting and finials, it’s easy to see why the Victorian is one of the most popular styles of conservatory.

Thanks to its improved versatility, the Victorian will complement most types of property, adding extra light, air, and grandeur to your home. Available in 3 and 5-faceted versions, it is readily adapted to fit into whatever space is available – from a large garden to a small patio area.

Depending on the span of the conservatory, french doors can be positioned in the front or bay returns maximising floor space. An additional hip can be added to the rear to overcome any height restriction issues. Whether you prefer 3 or 5 facets, equal sized or wide fronted styles, its versatility and pleasing aesthetics make it suitable for almost all houses.

Gable End Conservatories

Few conservatory styles can capture the grandeur of the Gable. Its stately presence is enhanced by the precision engineering and intricate detailing that you can expect from Pride Windows.

With the Gable-ended conservatory, you will be impressed from every angle. Its windows extend up to the apex of the roof, creating stunning front elevations. The additional light this brings means you can enjoy a bright and airy environment and benefit from the feeling of space inside.

Reminiscent of the grand orangeries of days gone by, few styles capture the proud architectural heritage of a conservatory quite like the Gable. Its stately presence works well in both old and new properties and, like the Edwardian, maximises the use of space to create an eye-catching design from any angle.

The Gable conservatory enjoys imposing front elevations with the windows extending up to the apex of the roof. The additional light this brings will make your conservatory bright and airy and maximise the feeling of space inside.

The Gable conservatory design is a variant of the popular Edwardian conservatory, creating a higher roof feel, and offers a variety of gable end designs including the popular sunburst.

Gable conservatories create a stunning visual impact, both internally and externally and with the high pitch of the roof, they offer a real sense of height and space, with their elegant shape it will transform even the smallest of gardens.

Lean-To Conservatories

The uPVC Lean-To conservatory creates a welcome link between your home and garden. It’s an affordable and stylish way to improve the amount of natural light in your home. Contemporary and minimalist, you can enjoy the visual elegance of its clean lines. And you can personalise your new space with an extensive choice of colour options and glazing.

Choose the Lean-To conservatory for a simple, affordable way to improve your home.

Stylish and cost-effective, the Lean-To conservatory makes the best possible use of your available space, whilst providing a light and airy room for you and your family to enjoy all year round. Contemporary and minimalist, with clean aesthetic lines, the Lean-to creates a luxurious link between your house and garden at an affordable price.

Designed to run across the back of your home, the ends of your Lean-To design can be finished either vertically as gable ends, or be hipped back diagonally from one or both front corners.

With a modern, yet enduring, style, it is carefully designed to let in plenty of light while also providing versatile additional space for lounging, working, dining, or entertaining – for passing time with a purpose or simply lingering at your leisure.

The Lean-To conservatory classically has a low-pitched roof which makes it ideally suited to bungalows or houses restricted by height.

P-Shape Conservatories

The P-Shaped conservatory is for people who love the sheer indulgence of combining a Traditional Lean-To style conservatory with the glamour of a Victorian conservatory.

The P-Shape structure is an ingenious way to combine the benefits of the two styles, using the footprint-maximising benefits of traditional style conservatories with the drama of the Victorian style.

This style of conservatory is often referred to as the link option, as it can be used to link the two rear rooms of a property by stretching across the width of the building, with the Victorian style extension to the structure giving the conservatory contours which are truly pleasing to the eye.

The P-Shape gives the impression of light and space while giving the versatility of being used as one large conservatory or two adjoining conservatory rooms. Many P-Shaped conservatories have separately defined dining and relaxing areas, resulting in them becoming an integral part of the home.

Combination and P-Shaped conservatories offer you more space and greater levels of flexibility by combining two styles – such as the Edwardian and the Lean-To – or by adapting an existing style so that it can be used in the shape of a ‘P’.

The P-Shape conservatory creates a multifunctional space with two distinctive areas, which can be used however you desire. For instance, you might choose to use one area for dining and the other for relaxing, the choice and the flexibility are yours.

In addition, the P-Shape combination conservatories can also be used to create ‘T’ and ‘B’ shapes, giving you the greatest freedom to create the space you’ve dreamt of.

It is completely adaptable to suit all house styles and bungalows. For bungalows and other height-restricted situations, a hipped-back roof with a box gutter is normally supplied.

Bespoke Conservatories

Our Bespoke Conservatories are exactly that – Bespoke Conservatories.

A conservatory is a major investment in your lifestyle and in the quality of the time you spend at home. Pride Windows manufactures a wide range of styles and designs, but we know that you may want to design your own dream conservatory – and Pride Windows are ideally placed to help you do just that.

Whether you want to create an ornate structure, maximise space and style, or be inventive with its colour and finish, we can work with you to bring you the very best design, with a lifetime of high-quality performance.

Whether you desire something intricate or simple, our Bespoke conservatory designers will be able to guide you through the whole process advising you at every stage on how to make the most out of your new space.

We can deliver any style of conservatory, specially designed to suit your specific needs.

Whether your particular focus is on size, shape, warmth, security, or peace and quiet, our consultant can visit you to discuss your objectives and the options that would be best suited to your unique requirements.

You specify the style, materials, colour, windows, doors, and roof and we’ll be there to help you make the choices so that your conservatory is a true extension of your home. Then all you need to do is sit back and relax as we take you from ‘idea’ to ‘ideal’ by designing and building your dream conservatory.

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