For Elegant & Stylish Conservatories take a look at our Edwardian range
The Edwardian period saw architects designing more flamboyant buildings which incorporated decorative features with maximum space, and this brought us the Edwardian Conservatory, which was designed to allow plants to thrive and receive maximum sunlight and also offer a usable space for families to use or entertain guests with afternoon tea.
Edwardian conservatories remain popular today as the four sided roofs offer maximum light and heat into the building, keeping the room warm and providing an elegant, ageless space. Edwardian conservatories not only maximise light and roof space, but also maximise floor space, allowing the home owner to make the most of the area and find furniture to fit perfectly.
From the outside, Edwardian conservatories are both elegant and desirable. The elevated four sided roof gives the impression of space and provides an ageless design which will add value to any home.
If you would like to know more about the Edwardian conservatories Wardgroup can supply and build for your home, contact our Glass & Glazing team based in Barrow in Furness, Cumbria on 01229 811222 or email@example.com
Where do we build Conservatories?
Wardgroup are located in Barrow in Furness, which is on the Southern tip of Cumbria. Our experienced glass fitters and conservatory builders are able to travel into the heart of the Lake District to construct conservatories, orangeries and verandas, and have undertaken build projects in Bowness, Windermere, Coniston, Hawkeshead, Kendal and Ambleside. We also construct glass building extensions across the Morecambe Bay region and West Coast, covering the towns of Grange over Sands, Ulverston, Arnside, Milnthorpe, Millom, Broughton in Furness and Lancaster.
If you live just outside these areas, then we may also be able to supply and install a new conservatory. For a quote, please call 01229 811222 and ask for our Glass Department.