You'll find that when you are looking for a new conservatory for your home you are spoilt for choice. There are so many different styles, frames, colours and materials to choose from that sometimes it can be a tough decision. One thing that you'll want to ensure is that your decision compliments the style of your current home.
If you want a conservatory that is highly flexible, versatile and offers plenty of additional interior space then you may want to take a closer look at a combination conservatory. This type of conservatory enables you to combine a range of different styles – for example you can choose elements from Elizabethan, Edwardian and Victorian conservatoires to create your very own shape and style.
Combination conservatories enable you to mix and match styles to suit your requirements. They often come in 'P' shape an 'L' shape or a 'T' shape, all of these shapes give you two distinctive areas to enjoy. This means that you can almost benefit from two separate rooms. For example, one half of the conservatory can be used for dining, whilst the other area can be used as a children's play zone or sunroom.
Due to their versatility combination conservatories are designed specifically to meet the requirements of your home. During the design process you'll have the option to mix and match a range of different styles to ensure that your new conservatory really compliments your home.
If you like the look of combination conservatories then you can easily obtain up to three quotes by entering your details in the form at the top of this page. We will then come back to you with detailed pricing information so that you can make an informed decision.