ConservatoriesHave you ever dreamed of spending lazy evenings watching the sunset from the comfort of your own conservatory? With Alpha Home Improvements’ unique range of affordable conservatories, this dream can become a reality.
With a range of styles and sizes designed to suit your needs, a conservatory might be more affordable than you think.
Built to look beautiful and last for years, our fantastic range of conservatories can all be fully customised to maximise space and complement the look of your home.
With independent surveys showing that a conservatory can increase the value of your property by up to 15%, investment provides another good reason to add a conservatory to your home.
EdwardianFor maximum space, efficiency and classic clean lines depicting the era from which this design is taken, the Edwardian Conservatory allows full enjoyment of the space it provides.
This timeless elegance also means that the Edwardian style is an excellent choice whatever your type of property. Anything from a rustic country cottage to suburban semi or compact town house can meet its perfect match.
VictorianThe Victorian style conservatory can be designed to suit almost any property and space. Its gothic style has stood the test of time and it continues to inspire.
The intricate structure of the Victorian conservatory lends itself well to a site overlooking the garden. It is perfect for gardens large and small, and looks especially grand sitting atop a beautiful green lawn.
TraditionalThis rectangular style, low pitch roof design is the perfect choice for homes with low eaves, for example, bungalows. The functional and spacious design makes an attractive addition to any property.
It is possibly the most versatile type of conservatory and it provides the perfect background for your interior design talents. Classic wicker or contemporary furniture; living room or home office… choose a traditional styles conservatory and you’ll have these and many more options.
PavilionThe Pavilion style conservatory, a variation on the Edwardian style, is depicted by its stunning gable end frame which maximizes light throughout.
Like the Edwardian Style, the pavilion has a rectangular footprint which, particularly on a smaller installation, allows for maximum use of the floor area.
Pavilion conservatories have a flush front, rather than the sloping front roof panel of its Edwardian counterpart. This architectural refinement creates the gable finish which can be bespoked with sunburst detailing.