If you’re a Bristol homeowner considering a conservatory, you’ve come to the right place. For conservatories Bristol, Associated Windows are the leading installers in the area. However, you may be uncertain of which conservatory style will suit your home. So to make things a bit easier for you, we’ve had a look at a variety of Bristol property types.
Terraced houses in Bedminster
Terraced houses come in various styles, depending on when they were built. However, Edwardian conservatories combine modern and classical design elements incredibly well, meaning whatever decade yours was built in, they will make an ideal fit. Although if you have the space, why not opt for a T or P shaped conservatory instead? These combination conservatories utilise a number of different conservatory styles, allowing them to seamlessly match homes of any style.
1930s semi-detached in Redland
One of Britain’s most common housing styles, 1930s semis are easily recognised by their hipped roofs and curved bay windows. Edwardian conservatories feature hipped roofs, meaning you can pay testament to your property’s architecture with one of them. In 2015, a 1930s semi that was unchanged since it was constructed was put up for sale in Horfield.
Victorian homes in Clifton
Clifton is blessed with a variety of Victorian properties, a style of home characterised by roof gables, pointed roofs and porches. For this style of home a Victorian conservatory will complement it perfectly, however a spacious gable ended conservatory will be equally fitting.
Georgian properties in Hotwells
Whilst the Georgian era preceded both the Victorian and Edwardian periods, the successive eras both retained some of their predecessor’s characteristics. Therefore, either a Victorian or Edwardian conservatory will provide that extra living space without contrasting heavily with the style of the home. Although, if you’re looking to modernise the property, a lean-to conservatory is a contemporary conservatory style you could opt for.
Mock Tudor houses in Brislington
A distinctive characteristic of mock Tudor houses is their timber framing, which is regularly found on many homes built in the 1930s and beyond. Traditional conservatory styles, particularly Victorian or Edwardian, will fit very well. Plus, you can colour the conservatory in a woodgrain finish, such as Rosewood or Cherrywood Oak, to match the framing.
New build homes in Fishponds
New build developments are far from limited to Fishponds; since the 1990s various new homes have been built right across Bristol. However, the 1990s new builds are characterised by a variety of traditional features, including mock timber framing and cottage features. Therefore, traditional conservatory styles, such as Edwardian and Victorian, are fantastic options for these homes. For more recent builds, you can’t go wrong with a modern lean-to conservatory, especially if limited for space.
Various conservatory styles at our Bristol showroom
If you’re unsure if the previous conservatory styles would suit your home, why not come and see them for yourself at our Bristol showroom? It’s located just off Gloucester Road North and is open 6 days a week. Also, a member of our team will be there to discuss any queries you might have and how we could adapt a conservatory style to your home.
For conservatories Bristol, look no further than Associated Windows. Whether you reside in Knowle, Easton, Hartcliffe, Southville, Westbury-on-Trym or anywhere else in Bristol, we operate across the whole area. For more information, call 0117 9311777 or contact us online.