Conservatories are an attractive, cost-effective way to add extra light and space to your home. A conservatory from Provincial can significantly extend the useful space in your house, making an ideal children's playroom, lounge, dining room or greenhouse, depending on your family's requirements

We have a number of sophisticated conservatory styles designed to complement the exterior of most properties. Practical as well as stylish, our hard-wearing UPVC conservatories are built to last, meaning you'll be able to enjoy years of virtually maintenance-free use. Conveniently, as most domestic conservatories are exempt from mainstream Building Regulations and Planning Permissions, you can buy and install a Provincial conservatory with minimal fuss. 



Distinguished and beautifully detailed, the classic Victorian style conservatory will add character to any home. It is one of our most popular conservatory styles as it complements a a huge variety of different houses, from period properties right through to new builds.Victorian conservatories all have a minimum of 5 angular sides, a bay front and a steeply pitched roof with ornate ridge detailing. Choose from a 3-facet roof, with 3 main windows at wide angles, or a 5 facet roof, which has 5 main windows for added space and aesthetic appeal. Provincial's Victorian conservatories come in a variety of sizes and finishes to suit your home.



Combining both lean-to and Victorian conservatory styles, our 'P' Victorian conservatory is the ideal choice for larger, detached properties. Like the traditional Victorian conservatory, it is available in 3-faceted and 5-faceted styles.This is a versatile choice which is perfect for creating maximum living space without taking up too much of your garden. Moreover, due to the fact that it extends in different directions, the P-shaped Victorian conservatory can be used as two separate living areas, with the longer end making a great dining area or second lounge. Impressively light and spacious, Provinical's 'P' Victorian conservatories can add significant value to your house. 



Usually rectangular or square in shape with no gable end, the Edwardian conservatory style is characterised by its timelessly elegeant clean lines.  With a more subdued, simple design than the ornate Victorian conservatory, the Edwardian complements all styles of house, whether contemporary or traditional.  Provincial's Edwardian conservatories typically have a high, sloping roof that floods the room with light, providing a bright, airy and uplifting room whatever the weather. What's more, their symmetrical shape make them incredibly handy for laying out your furniture as they leave no wasted space. Our Edwardian style conservatories are available in a variety of sizes and finishes to blend with your home's exterior.



The Lean-to design is Provincial's simplest conservatory style. With its understated lines and contemporary appearance, the lean-to conservatory mirrors the elegant style of a Mediterranean sunroom.Square or rectangular with a pitched roof system, Provincial's lean-to conservatories provide the maximum amount of additional space in an economical style. It is the ideal conservatory choice for houses with restricted space under the eaves, like a bungalow or terraced property.