Interested in adding a new garden room or sunroom to your property in Southampton, Hampshire, or the surrounding areas? Ideal for low budgets and smaller properties, lean-to conservatories are so named because they use an existing wall of your home, which saves time and money on construction and enables homeowners to create a new living space out of a limited area. This style can also be combined with others to create a combination conservatory. Contact Itchen Glass & Glazing today to speak with our experienced conservatory fitters.
Ideal for a tight budget, a lean-to conservatory is a popular choice for modern properties, especially for homeowners who prefer a simple understated design. What’s more, it’s one of the simplest solutions for homes with limited space, whether you have a bungalow or a small porch. The pitch of the roof is tailored to suit your property – a shallow pitch would work for a bungalow roof, while a steeper one would suit terraced houses.
With a simple shape and clean, contemporary lines, lean-to conservatories make the most of the available space in a highly economical style. Haled as the “Mediterranean sunroom”, this style has proven very popular with homeowners looking for a new sunroom, garden room, or lounge area.
Matching perfectly with its huge range of windows and doors, the technically advanced Liniar lean-to roof system offers incredible levels of energy efficiency. Whether you’re making a brightly lit and relaxing sunroom with a glass panel roof, or you want to guard your new living space against the sun with a polycarbonate roof, we’re sure to have the right option for your lean-to conservatory. We also offer a range of modern and traditional uPVC finials and cresting to complete your roof.
At Itchen Glass & Glazing, we understand the importance of having a living space you can use all year round. Our lean-to conservatories all employ Liniar’s market-leading profile for A+ standards of thermal efficiency. With a unique multi-chambered profile and thermal twin-walled top caps, our uPVC conservatories make for a warmer interior during the winter months, without the need for increased energy expenditure.
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.