The Elizabethan Age is one of the most iconic periods in English history. Many homes still reflect this uncomplicated and yet truly beautiful architecture. Mr. Window is pleased to be able to offer a wide range of Elizabethan-style conservatories to choose from.

Whether you require a style that matches the existing ambiance of your property or you instead hope to embrace this beauty as a standalone feature, we are only moments away from providing professional services. What allows our Elizabethan conservatories to be such popular options?

Beauty in Bold Lines

The Elizabethan Age was architecturally defined by the use of rectangular designs and angular roofs. These concepts echoed the mantra that formality was of the utmost importance while style still reigned.

However, this by no means signifies that modern Elizabethan conservatories cannot be imbued with a sense of bespoke beauty. The range of styles, sizes and dimensions that we offer are able to accommodate discrete needs while their visual flair is simply unrivalled.

All about the Details

Another aspect which sets all of our conservatories apart is that we pay attention to even the most minor of details (very much like Elizabethan architects).

One hallmark of this style is the use of accents placed upon the peak of a three-sided conservatory roof. Such spires come in a wide variety of shapes and sizes; easily able to match the overall “feel” of a home. In fact, these options can tie together any existing Elizabethan architecture with ease.

Quarter-arched windows, triangular variants and bespoke grilles will further accentuate the immortal feel of these conservatories.

The Modern Edge

Of course, Mr. Window incorporates all of the latest technological innovations into the designs of our conservatories. Through the use of reinforced uPVC, durability is never a concern. This material is also resistant to harsh weather conditions while it is available in a number of different colours.

So, please take a look at our Elizabethan conservatory options and we will be more than happy to address any additional questions that you may have.

Step By Step Guide

  1. The installer will prepare the site, dig the foundations, install necessary drainage and lay a concrete foundation.
  2. With the foundations laid and the wall constructed to finished floor level, the installer will now prepare the floor slab.
  3. Now the installer will construct the dwarf wall, if one is required.
  4. With the base of the conservatory in position and the dwarf walls completed, the frames making up the conservatory sides are put into place.
  5. Following straight on, the roof is installed. The installer will glaze the roof and fit the sealed units to the side frames.
  6. From here all you have to do is furnish your new conservatory and its ready for you to enjoy for many years to come!!

Planning and Building Regulations

Planning and building regulation requirements can vary across the country. For more information please visit www.planningportal.gov.uk In all cases if you have any doubt, please check with your local authorities.