Find the best Georgian Conservatories for your home
Georgian conservatories feature classic designs, oﬀering perfect symmetry and a light, bright space. It could come straight out of a Jane Austen novel. Our range is notable for its quaint aesthetic and provides a very diﬀerent alternative than our Victorian or Edwardian conservatory offerings.
Georgian styles are usually square or rectangular in shape and feature a flat front. This allows for the greatest amount of space utilisation meaning furniture, plants or other room features can be added with complete ease. There will be no wasted millimetre!
These types of conservatories were originally built during the 18th and early 19th century for society’s elite. Georgian conservatories were usually found on the houses of the affluent or as part of stately homes. Flash forward a couple of centuries and NeoGeorgian designs are as popular as ever.
Georgian conservatories gallery
Click an image below to open the gallery!
Warning: preg_match(): Compilation failed: invalid range in character class at offset 12 in /home/sites/westmidlandsglazing.com/public_html/wp-content/plugins/js_composer/include/classes/shortcodes/vc-basic-grid.php on line 177
The benefits of WMDG Georgian conservatories
Due to Georgian designs being relatively simplistic, these types of conservatories tend to be one of the most aﬀordable options on the market. The straightforward rectangular shape means a much quicker build so the savings can be passed on to you.
As Georgian conservatories come in a standardised shape, it allows them to blend well with most properties no matter what the size, material or colour. No matter what type of home you possess, a Georgian conservatory will undoubtedly add a beautiful setting to your abode.
Conservatories are often viewed by many as an easy access point for thieves due to the construction being predominantly composed of glass. However, this is far from the truth as WMDG’s Georgian conservatories come with the latest and greatest security features. This includes: internal beading on all glass panels, multi-point locking systems and shootlocking mechanisms on all window frames.
West Midlands Double Glazing rate 8.2 out of 10 based on 2,900+ TrustPilot reviews