By choosing a Global conservatory roof you are choosing the UK’s No. 1 roof system. It has been engineered for your peace of mind and has been exhaustively tested to ensure that it is robust, durable and long lasting. Using state-of-the-art design software, each Global roof system is designed to take conservatories to the next level and is only limited by your imagination. Our roofs have been tested and have been passed by the British Board of Agrément (BBA).
Our P-shaped conservatories are constructed in durable uPVC and offer a choice of colours to perfectly complement your home, a range of wooden effects and even our dual colour option of a wood-effect exterior and a white interior.
We will help you create your dream conservatory and guide you through the best choices in everything from window and roof styles to decorative features. You can select Tilt & Turn or Casement windows and single, bi-fold, French or patio doors and Solaroof or a solid roof. You can even choose the exact height of the walls.
A T-shape conservatory is a modern concept. Similar to the P-shaped conservatory, the T-shape has been created using different designs of conservatory. However, unlike the P-shape, the main living area is in the centre of the structure. The T-shaped conservatory is usually used to pronounce the visual charm of what might otherwise be called a bland structural setting.
For instance, let's say the homeowner requires a 9x4 metre projection conservatory. He could either try the hipped-lean to, the hipped Edwardian or simply the lean-to. He decides to have a bit of each. So he goes for the volume created by the hipped lean-to, while rejecting the monotonous rectangular shape it gives. To enhance the projection, he also inserts a 4.5 metre gable end type in the centre of the hipped lean-to structure. As a result, he builds a unique and admirable design of conservatory.
An L-shape conservatory is named so after its shape, which is designed to fit around the corner of the building. It is designed to link various areas of the house, similar to the P-shaped conservatory. As becoming a hybrid, the L-shaped conservatory has used various standard conservatory designs to create the desired effect, but the styles used can be changed to fit the home as required.
For a house with a height restriction on the host wall, the L-shaped conservatory would have adjustments from the hipped back, gable ended and Edwardian conservatory designs.
It's usually best to have an architectural expert or a professional whilst deciding how to overcome the technical aspects of building an L-shaped Conservatory. One needs to decide how to go about implementing hip angles and valleys while going for projections on either side of the facet that's being built around.