Whether you’re looking to increase your living space or you want to enjoy your garden view all year round, let us help you to pick the perfect conservatory. Beautifully built and long-lasting, our fantastic range of bespoke conservatories can be customised to complement the look of your house and the space available. We can work with homeowners in Cardiff, Brigend and throughout South Wales, so if you are based locally, trust our expert team to help to extend your property.
At Peter Fennell we are proud to supply the Pinnacle roof system. The Pinnacle roof system has been designed by Eurocell with cutting edge features and market leading benefits that mean a Pinnacle conservatory is the best that money can buy. Clean, aesthetic lines enhance the natural character of your home, whilst providing an extra light and airy space for you and your family.
The Victorian style has a faceted projection which gives a it a distinct and interesting look.Available in 3 and 5 faceted versions, these extend gently into any garden space. Whether you would prefer a simple 3m x 3m addition to your house or a grand edifice reminiscent of the large country house orangeries of the Victorians.
The Edwardian style has a square fronted projection which maximises the available space. Capturing the elegant and dignified simplicity of the Edwardian architectural style, this is often the most appropriate way to extend a period home. The Edwardian conservatory is also perfect for maximising the use of available floor space.
Lean-to & Gable Ended
Lean-to conservatories often run in straight lines along the back of a house. The ends of the Lean-to can be finished vertically or with either one or two hips (slopes) at the ends. A Gable Ended conservatory’s projection ends in the same way as the gable end of a house, going straight up at the front to meet the ridge of the roof at the top. Both these styles maximise the available space created
P-Shaped extensions allow you to create multi functional spaces that look impressive from the outside also within. Often extending along the back or side of a house the projection can be in any of the usual conservatory styles; Victorian, Edwardian or Gable Ended. The leg of the P-Shape can either be finished vertically or with a slope called a hip to the roof.