Add extra space to your home with a timber conservatory from Reddish Joinery
Elegant, insulating, and classic in design, our timber conservatories offer a portfolio of excellent benefits. From adding a bright and comfortable extra room to your home to being manufactured from the outstandingly durable, thermally efficient and sustainable material, Accoya® wood.
A range of conservatory types to suit your home in the North West
We offer quality timber conservatories in a range of designs, each one made bespoke based on your vision and personal preference.
Victorian conservatories: A very popular conservatory style. Victorian-style conservatory has a ridged roof and a multi-faceted end wall creating an elegant rounded effect.
Edwardian conservatories: Similar to a Victorian-style conservatory, an Edwardian conservatory has a ridged roof combined with a rectangular base, giving the classical feel of the Victorian design but with greater available space.
Lean-to conservatories: A Lean-to conservatory is a single-sloped roof with the longer wall adjoined to your house. Suitable for a wide range of house styles.
P-Shaped conservatories: A combination of a Lean-to conservatory and either a Victorian or Edwardian conservatory to create a ‘P’ shape.
Gable conservatories: Recognisable by their rectangular roof plan and triangular front, Gable conservatories have front windows that extend to meet the roof which helps to create a feeling of open space.
A range of tinted and privacy glazing options for your timber conservatory
Conservatories are available in a range of glazing options. Blue, aqua-green and bronze provide an attractive tint whilst reducing solar glare, and our virtually neutral option also has these benefits but features a clear finish. Each of these glazing options also features low-maintenance self-cleaning.
If your timber conservatory will be close to a built-up area, satin glass maintains privacy without stopping light from being able to enter your conservatory.
What glass is used in a conservatory? All sealed glass units use Low-E glass and argon gas. These features keep your conservatory at a consistent, comfortable temperature 365 days a year, ultimately reducing the amount of energy lost through your conservatory windows by up to 75%!
If you already have a conservatory but find it unusable in the summer and winter months, we can upgrade the roof to fix too hot / too cold conservatory problems. It’s a lot more cost-effective than a new conservatory and holds the same number of benefits.
- Available in Victorian, Edwardian, Lean-to, P-shape, Gable End, and bespoke designs
- An estimated lifespan of up to 80 years
- Argon-filled glass units supplied as standard for excellent thermal and acoustic insulation
- Lashings of natural light and extra space for any style of home
- The true beauty of original, responsibly resourced timber with modern performance
- Timber is a natural insulator, capable of improving the home’s energy efficiency and reducing bills
Timber conservatories: Combining classic and contemporary
Why should I choose timber for my conservatory? Opting to use Accoya Wood® timber for your home’s new sanctuary area successfully adds a classic sense of style complementary to both traditional and modern homes while still remaining resistant to the harshest of elements. Rather than absorb 80% of water, our timber conservatories introduce an impressive level of dimensional stability meaning that it remains low to maintain for homeowners with a busy lifestyle.
When buying a timber conservatory from Reddish Joinery, you’ll also be getting the services of one of the UK’s leading Accoya and aluminium specialists, resulting in an installation that is of undoubtedly excellent quality.
Colour matched to your new or existing windows and doors
We can colour-match conservatories to your windows and doors using RAL colouring methods, or if you want your conservatory to stand out there are plenty of shades to choose from in the range. Our timber conservatories come with a wide range of colour options from translucent stains to opaque pastel shades and bright colours.