The simple, understated lines of a lean-to conservatory mean that it is often the preferred choice for a modern home, but it doesn’t look out of place in a traditional setting either.
The biggest benefit of a lean-to conservatory is that it’s ideal for homes with limited space. Whether you want a conservatory that sits closely under the eaves of a bungalow, or you don’t have much outside space to work with, the style is functional and it’s all down to the roof.
The roof on a lean to conservatory can vary quite widely in terms of depth. It can be created so shallow that it fits underneath a bungalow roof, or made much steeper in order to look more uniform with a terraced house. We have updated hundreds of conservatories with a lean to roof replacement, giving homeowners a cosy space that is usable all year round.