Searching for a uPVC conservatory that meets all your needs? With endless versatility, double-hipped conservatories make a fantastic addition to your home, offering superb light access, outstanding energy efficiency, and a spacious interior. The team at Itchen Glass & Glazing will travel to your property in Southampton, Hampshire, or the surrounding areas and tailor all aspects of your Liniar conservatory installation to your requirements. Get in touch today to discuss your needs.
Making a striking addition to any home, Liniar’s double-hipped conservatories are characterised by their versatility and style. With a pitch on both sides, rather than a flat face connecting to the home, they can be installed on home types. Whether you want a classic or contemporary look, this style offers flexibility in its design.
This conservatory also goes well with a lantern roof style, illuminating your new space with natural daylight. Bi-fold doors can also be used to enhance the effect, as well as enabling easy access to and from the property.
With a wide array of uses, double-hipped conservatories are commonly used for:
Lean-to conservatories help you extend your home and increase its market value.
It is usually not necessary to obtain planning permission for a lean-to conservatory, but your local authorities will be able to advise you on this.
All conservatories are designed and built bespoke to your individual specification so that you can enjoy them all year round.
There are a range of colours to choose from, helping you to achieve your desired look and complement your existing property.
Choosing the right glazing is so important to the design of your conservatory. With industry-leading window technology from Liniar, you can choose products that match the colour, style, and performance of your new space.
The Liniar profile is also renowned for its sustainability and cost-effectiveness, using a multi-chambered profile to achieve A+ standards of thermal efficiency and save you money on heating your double-hipped conservatory.
Liniar also creates lantern-style roofs for conservatories. Ideal for Georgian and Victorian period properties, the lantern style is often chosen for larger conservatories, especially those with swimming pools or orangeries. Dating back to the 19th century, this style is still utilised in many stately homes, including Kew Gardens.
Whatever roof system you choose, we guarantee that there will be no holes or gaps for water ingress, keeping your conservatory leak-free. Plus, the crown of our thermal efficient design is our thermal twin-walled top caps, which make valuable energy savings by retaining more heat during the winter. Cresting and finials are also included in your installation, or you may fit a more modern blanking cap available if you prefer.