Emerald Windows Ltd plans, designs & installs a range of beautiful conservatories suitable for all homes


Emerald Windows Ltd conservatories can be designed to meet all specifications and sizes, with all products manufactured to only the highest quality and safety standards. Here at Emerald Windows Ltd, we pride ourselves on offering top-class customer services, which is why we work closely with you to ensure that you are happy with all aspects of the design and creation of your truly bespoke conservatory.

All of our conservatory products are available in a range of matching foiled colours, allowing home owners to coordinate the full exterior of their home. Choose from black, green, cream, oak and rosewood.
All colours are foiled onto the uPVC frame, ensuring that all conservatories have excellent durability and weather resistant performance. All colours are available in a matching base-colour, ensuring the interior of your conservatory matches the exterior.
We also offer a range of glazing options that provides energy efficiency and maintains climate control.

Why Choose a Conservatory from Emerald Windows Ltd?

There are a number of very good reasons for adding a conservatory to your home – not only does a conservatory add value to your home, but an extra room can be used all year round, allowing you to enjoy everyday living in a new light, and the outdoors indoor. Emerald Windows Ltd provides experienced and professional services when it comes to your conservatory, including:

  • Professional & knowledgeable team

  • Wide range of choices available

  • Free quotes

  • Friendly service

  • Competitively priced

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Our Conservatory Styles

  • Victorian This is the most popular style of conservatory and has distinguishing architectural features such as a bay front, steeply pitched roof and ornate ridge details. Victorian conservatoires can vary between 2 to 9 facets. The higher the number of facets the more rounded the appearance of the conservatory.

  • Edwardian This is a flat fronted and gracefully understated variant of the Victorian conservatory; offering a clean and simple look with strong bold lines. The full square corners on the Georgian style maximise the interior floor area as opposed to the more rounded corners associated with a Victorian.

  • Lean To Commonly referred to as a sunroom ideal for those that prefer the clean understated lines of a Mediterranean style sunroom. Lean-to conservatories are ideal for use with bungalows or any house with height restrictions.

  • T-Shape This style allows for the maximisation of space within a given area. The symmetrical appearance, coupled with the central projection that creates a 'porch' effect, looks attractive on any style of home and is ideal for larger properties with a long wall on which to build the conservatory.

  • P-Shape Combining a mix of lean-to and Victorian styles, a 'P-shape' conservatory is the ideal choice for a larger conservatory. By blending two styles into one you can create a conservatory big enough to offer two separate living areas - e.g. a dining room and living room.

  • Gable Gable adds light and space and introduces a sense of architectural grandeur. The choice of a gable fronted conservatory offers you a distinctive and alternative look by maximising the ceiling height to create a sense of drama and grandeur.

  • Large Span Conservatories that are extremely large requiring extra support to take the weight of the roof and provide additional stability are known as large span or portal framed conservatories.

  • Litespace Litespace is the most revolutionary concept in home improvement in years. Litespace can be fitted in place of existing patio doors or bay windows to bring light and space into a room where a conservatory may not be an option.

  • Lantern Choosing a lantern style conservatory ensures drama and style representing the grandeur of times gone by. The 2-tiered effect adds a new dimension to your conservatory and the extra ceiling height adds to the feeling of light and space.

  • Box Gutter The usage of a box gutter allows the coupling of a Victorian style conservatory to an even wider range of dwellings. A box gutter design adjoins the conservatory to the existing dwelling wall, allowing the conservatory to project out under the existing soffit, therefore not effecting the existing roof or soffit structure. This design allows for simultaneous drainage of the existing roof and the conservatory roof.

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