The P-shaped conservatory roof combines the modern lean-to conservatory with the more popular and rounded style of a Victorian conservatory. Combining these two types of conservatory creates a useful P-shaped extension to the home, adding a versatile addition to your living space.
To build a P-shaped conservatory, you need a certain amount of space for the construction. With this in mind, this conservatory style is more popular among large, detached property owners and as a result, gives an already sizable home an impressive addition in terms of looks and living space.
Being larger in size and boasting two different shaped areas, the P-shaped conservatory is often used as two separate rooms. The rounded area of the P-shape conservatory is commonly used as a child’s playroom or second lounge.
If your conservatory is looking a little worn, consider a P-shaped conservatory roof replacement. A solid roof will maintain a comfortable temperature all year round, helping to reduce utility bills.