Falcon Windows has over thirty years' experience in building lean-to conservatories to the highest standards in Ipswich, Suffolk and North Essex.
Lean-to conservatories have long been a popular, inexpensive choice, especially for properties with low eaves or restricted 'extension' space. They make an ideal kitchen or dining room extension to the back of a house and work well for bungalows and smaller homes, being generally rectangular in design with a roof which can easily vary in pitch as it slopes away from a main exterior wall.
Lean-to conservatories can usually be positioned with one or two slopes and the roof pitch can go as low as just 15 degrees with roof windows.
At Falcon Windows, we offer a choice of roof systems for lean-to conservatories - either the elevation roof, featuring Ultraframe click-lock technology or the classic system which can be glazed with glass or polycarbonate.
Windows in our lean-to conservatories are fully reinforced with 70mm frame thickness and internal glazing. All opening windows have anti-jemmy bolts and shoot bolt locking systems fitted as standard.
Lean-to conservatories generally come with a choice of positions for the door or French doors depending on the size and aspect of the build. Hook locks are fitted as standard to all doors and restrictors fitted to all opening outwards French doors for your security.
Want a year-round lean-to conservatory space?
The design of lean-to conservatories is reminiscent of historic green houses or 'hot houses' in walled gardens, so it's not surprising that they are often referred to as 'sun rooms' or Mediterranean conservatory. The clue is in the name - all too often, people find that their lean-to conservatory becomes simply too much of a suntrap at times, but then is chilly and too expensive to heat at others.
Fitting a solid Falcon Guardian Warm Roof instead of the more conventional glass or polycarbonate system is an option which will give you the best of both worlds - the extra lean-to conservatory space you want to enjoy extra breathing space in your home and the sense of being in the garden.
The innovative, highly insulated Guardian Warm Roof technologies allow the temperature to be controlled, transforming your lean-to conservatory into a comfortable and year-round viable garden room. Wondering how a Guardian Warm Roof would make a real difference to your lean-to conservatory? Find out more here.
Basework for lean-to conservatories
Falcon Windows will create a precise specification for your lean-to conservatory, installing to your exact requirements. Each installation comes complete with 'basework' including dwarf walls with a brick face or plastered internal finish, damp proof course, insulation, plus a screed cement floor set for tiling, carpet or laminate flooring.
Higher walls with skylight frames are also an option, should you require additional privacy.
Why not ask Falcon Ipswich about taking care of every aspect of your lean-to conservatory build including any flooring, electrics, plumbing or heated flooring, even your conservatory blinds? Our extra quotations for additional work are always at competitive prices. So why not give yourself that extra peace of mind that the job will be totally seen through from start to 'move-in' finish by one set of reliable hands.
Glazing, foils & finishes for lean-to conservatories
Falcon lean to conservatories come with a range of glazing options and glass designs are also available. All internal window boards are heavy duty 'wonder board' with a choice of light oak, rosewood, mahogany and white finishes.
Lean to conservatories - after-care
All lean-to conservatories from Falcon Windows in Ipswich come with a comprehensive 10 year insurance-backed warranty. Our comprehensive office system ensures that every after-sales request is followed through with the appropriate care and attention.
We also offer a full maintenance service for your lean-to conservatory, including conservatory gutter replacement and repairs, replacing handles, locks and broken or misted units. Find out about more about Falcon Maintenance here.