Conservatory Roof Styles
The Guardian Roof is fabricated to custom fit every installation and any style roof
The Edwardian shape helps to maximise the room space below. With a versatile ridge, this style of tiled conservatory roof is very sympathetic to all house styles. It can also be the perfect solution to a bungalow extention.
The Victorian roof can work really well when you might not have as much space in the garden as you would like. The internal plaster finish on the roof can look really attractive with its facet front finish.
The Lean-To is ideal to maximise space at the back of the house. The ends can either have one or to hips (slopes). It is ideal for kitchen extensions and can go as low as 15 Degrees with roof windows.
The gable ended main feature is its continuous height it brings to the room owing to its long ridge down the centre. The gable also allows you to get the most from your roof windows giving you a light and airy space.
Increase your options with a combination Guardian Sunroom. A P-Shape simply combines the benefits of two different styles to maximise your living environment. The combination can also come in what you call a T-shape. As individual as you are.