We can create your perfect look with our huge range of colours choices. There’s also a dual colour option, so while the exterior frame can match the building style, the interior colour can match or contrast the inside of your home.
Duck Egg Blue
BBL sources its Victorian conservatories from Synseal. This recognised and industry-leading manufacturer use stringent quality control processes that fully comply with all appropriate regulations, which means your Victorian conservatory won’t break, rot or require maintenance in a few years’ time.
Global Conservatory Roofs from Synseal will work in perfect tandem with the multi-faceted design of your brand-new structure. Adding a vital touch of elegance to Victorian conservatories, this stunning and versatile roof range is ideal for creating interim spaces that’ll allow a smooth transition into your London garden.
Our Victorian conservatories are backed by dependable manufacturer guarantees. When completing installations for our customers in London and the surrounding areas, we take the utmost care to ensure their made-to-measure product is fitted to specification. We will also keep you fully informed of progress throughout the project.
The sheer adaptability of Victorian conservatories is what makes them so appealing. If you are running out of room in your London home, you’ll be able to create the extra space you need by instructing BBL to install your extension. You’ll also be able to customise the look of your design by browsing our extensive catalogue of colouring and finishing options.
Depending on your budget, you can choose uPVC patio, aluminium or wooden doors to complement the appearance of your design. Whichever material you select, you’ll benefit from better views, more light, improved thermal efficiency and additional space that can be used as a lounge, a dining room or play area – the options are almost endless.
Victorian conservatories continue to be the most popular design choice for homeowners – not just in London, but throughout the local area. From a practical point of view, they provide additional space that can be devoted to creating a study, lounge or dining room; they, therefore, represent a genuinely viable alternative to moving, which can be expensive.
The impressive bay front that’s intrinsic to the design of Victorian conservatories makes their design bold and eye-catching. They can be built to conform to either a 3, 5 or 7 faceted format, depending on how much space you have available in your Londo property and will traditionally feature a dwarf wall that traverses the lower section of your conservatory.
If you want to depart from the classic mould, certain design choices will be available to you. Homeowners often elect to eschew the Victorian Conservatory’s authentic dwarf wall in favour or wall-to-ceiling glass; they can then accentuate this effect through the introduction of uPVC bi-folding doors that expertly connect their conservatory to the outside.