Blending the utterly contemporary with a classic design, an aluminium Georgian conservatory makes for a fine addition to any home. Creating a sense of space that connects the garden to the internal parts of your home, a Georgian style of conservatory is a modern interpretation of one of the most popular ages in British architectural history. Popular with customers all over the south west of England, these sorts of conservatory can be seen anywhere from modern new builds in Newquay to traditional town houses in Bristol. Typically characterised by either a square or rectangular footprint, an aluminium Georgian conservatory looks like it has been there from the time the home was first built, once installed and will integrate perfectly with your existing double glazed windows and other glazing elements of the home, such as lean tos and atriums.
One of the reasons that a Georgian style of conservatory is so often favoured over other types is that they create the optimal amount of internal space. Due to their shape and efficient construction, they provide the maximum possible floor area.