Spacious Edwardian Conservatories, Built throughout Southampton and the Surrounding Areas

Want to expand your living space in style? Adding an Edwardian conservatory to your property is the ideal way to make the most of your space while maintaining a classic aesthetic. Supplied by Liniar and designed and installed by Itchen Glass & Glazing, your new conservatory installation leaves no wasted space and offers our usual combination of exceptional light access and energy efficiency. Contact us today to speak with our conservatory fitters in Southampton, Hampshire.

About Edwardian Conservatories

Perfect for get-togethers and socialising, Edwardian conservatories were originally built on homes in the 18th and early 19th centuries. This style of conservatory draws influence from Green and Roman architecture and was originally widely built on stately homes.

The style is primarily characterised by a generously sized floor plan in a square or rectangular shape that’s ideal for furnishing. Its imposing aesthetic and finishing touches enable you to maximise your available floor space while maintaining a classic appearance.

Edwardian conservatories are spacious and versatile, ideal for use as:

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  • A Well-Lit Dining Room

  • A Relaxing Study

  • A Child’s Playroom

  • A Living Room or Lounge

Industry-Leading Roof Design

Liniar’s conservatory roof is specifically designed for the demands of modern living. Unique thermal twin-walled top caps conserve more warmth within the conservatory, saving you the cost of heating it, and the strategic design eliminates any possibility of leaking. What’s more, for added security and peace of mind, it is not possible to deconstruct the roof from the outside.

Glazing Options

There are various factors to consider when choosing the right material for your roof. Most customers choose either glass or polycarbonate and there are advantages to both, depending on where your conservatory is being built. Generally speaking, a glass panel roof will allow more natural light and also generate less noise when it is raining, while polycarbonate roofs provide more protection against the sun’s glare. Please get in touch to discuss glazing options.

Customisation

There are a variety of options to customise your Edwardian conservatory, including:

Lantern Roof – Illuminate your interior with bright, natural sunlight while adding a striking focal point to your roof.
Bi-Folding Doors – Open up an entire side of the room with stylish uPVC bi-folding doors, providing a cool interior in summer and perfect access to your property when entertaining.
uPVC Finials and Cresting - Available in both classic and contemporary styles, these options provide a perfect finish.
Beautifully Designed End Caps – Add an ideal finishing touch to your roof with matching foiled end caps.

Notes on Edwardian Conservatories

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  • In most cases, it is not necessary to obtain planning permission for installing an Edwardian conservatory, though you should always double-check this.

  • A new conservatory is likely to increase the value of your property.

  • Whatever the weather, you can use your bespoke conservatory all year round.

  • Various colours and woodgrain effect frames are available to suit your property.

Other Conservatory Styles

Not sure this is the right conservatory for you? Take a look at the other styles we offer:

For more details about Liniar conservatories, please visit https://www.liniar.co.uk/.

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Building Edwardian Conservatories

Our conservatory installation services include supplying and fitting Edwardian conservatories.

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