Stylish conservatories designed and installed in Shrewsbury

Conservatories are a wonderfully cost-effective way to expand your living space, add value to your property and add a unique sense of character to your home. By extending your property into your garden, you can create a bright and airy space ideal for entertaining, playing or working all year round. Not sure whether a conservatory is right for your home? Our experienced surveyors are always happy to offer advice and help find the best option for you, free of charge. Just give us a call

At Homecrest Windows, our experienced workforce meticulously plans, designs, manufactures and installs bespoke conservatories that feel like a natural addition to your home. We offer three basic types of conservatory: Victorian, Edwardian and Sun Lounge (or Lean-to), with a whole host of variations and combinations available to suit your exact requirements. Generally speaking, our specialists are able to build the conservatory of your choice – although modifications may have to be made, depending on groundworks or how the conservatory links up to your house. All of our conservatory installations come with full climate control air conditioning, so you can enjoy the experience no matter what the season.

Our classic designs: Sun Lounge, Edwardian and Victorian conservatories

  • Victorian
    A Victorian conservatory is a classic English design, with an elegant segmented appearance forming a bow shape on the front. It is completely adaptable to suit all house styles; for bungalows and other height-restricted builds, a hipped roof with box guttering can be supplied. Available in 3- or 5-facet designs, our Victorian conservatories feature five-walled, 25-mm polycarbonate with uPVC clad aluminium roofing bars. A decorative finial (spike) and ridge cresting are supplied as a standard.
  • Edwardian
    This more modern design incorporates square sides, a pitched roof and cresting. Sleek and stylish, the Edwardian conservatory has strong, bold lines and really maximises the living space for any given area. Much like the Victorian design, the Edwardian style can be tailored to all property types – with a hipped roof and box gutter available if property height is an issue.
  • Sun Lounge or Lean-to
    This style offers simple, clean lines, and has the name “lean-to” because the conservatory seems to “lean” against the house wall – generally with a flat roof or low pitched hip. This provides maximum living space for any given area. The lean-to is the most economical conservatory style, and features an insulating, 25mm five-walled polycarbonate roofing system for energy efficiency.
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Make it your own! Our range of bespoke conservatory options

At Homecrest Windows, we actively encourage our clients to tailor our classic conservatory designs to fit their unique requirements. With a wide range of variations, add-ons and design combinations available, we hope to create a conservatory that complements your home and fits perfectly with your specification, design vision and style. Here are just a few of the bespoke options we offer:

  • Combination types
    The P-shaped conservatory is a combination of both lean-to and either Victorian or Edwardian style conservatories. This innovative design is completely adaptable to suit all house styles and bungalows. This style can be varied so that the lean-to section is at either side – or, in the case of a T-shaped conservatory, at both sides. This conservatory is suitable for larger width applications.
  • Finishing touches
    Why not get creative and tailor your conservatory with a variety of finishing touches, including bevelled glass designs, attractive cresting and roof finials? All of our conservatory designs are available in classic white, mahogany and golden oak wood effect finishes to suit your individual taste. All our conservatory doors come with high-security hook and shootbolts with central deadbolt as a standard; patio doors have multipoint locks and anti-lift devices fitted, and toughened safety glass is included to comply with building regulations.
  • Porches
    We offer a complete rage of entrance porches, custom-built to your unique specification.
  • Orangeries
    Orangeries feature a flat roof perimeter, which translates internally into a deep ceiling around all four sides into which cables can be hidden. This slightly different take on traditional conservatories is a great way to add style and space to your home.
  • Rooflines
    Homecrest Windows provide a quality, high-performance roofline range designed to offer long-lasting protection for your home. They are available in a range of colours, including brilliant white, black and brown. Our roofline range complements our existing range of windows and doors perfectly. New bargeboards, cladding, fascia and guttering can complete the roofline transformation, as well as protecting your roofline for many years with no need for painting.

Looking to install a conservatory in Shrewsbury or Shropshire?

Just contact our friendly team for a consultation on 01743 464 111