Why Choose Victorian Conservatories?

Victorian Conservatories are traditional, luxurious conservatories, offering high roofs and a faceted rounded appearance. They’re typically comprised of a three facet or five facet design, creating a rounded appearance, including a bay front complimented by ornate ridge details. At Mr Window, our Victorian conservatories are designed to enhance light and space, complimenting your garden no matter the size or style. We manufacture our Victorian conservatories inhouse, using ‘A Rated’ toughened glass as standard to ensure your safety, security and energy efficiency. We offer a variety of styles, colours and accessories to ensure you achieve the look you desire. To view examples of our Victorian conservatories, please browse our gallery.

Traditional Design Meets Modern Innovation

Victorian conservatories enhance all types of homes – they’re capable of reinforcing a traditional style, complimenting classic landscaping and décor. Yet they’re capable of adding a sense of elegant grandeur and grace to contemporary-styled homes. No matter your home’s ambience, a Victorian conservatory will add elegance, grace and charm. With a pitched roof and detailing to the roofline, the conservatory will be visually appealing, no matter the style of home you may have. You can customise the design, making something unique by adding leaded glass, glassing bars and more – you can even finish it off with roof crestings. We offer a variety of options to ensure satisfaction.

This traditional aesthetic, coupled with our unique manufacturing prowess, will ensure a conservatory which is beautiful, warm and secure. Our ‘A rated’ toughened glass will protect against adverse weather and intruders, giving you peace of mind all year round. Furthermore, this toughened glass is incredibly efficient, capitalising on heat retention technology to ensure warmth in the colder seasons.

Why Choose Us?

At Mr Window, our aim is to realise your Victorian conservatory dreams, manufacturing and constructing your perfect conservatory. We’ll guide you throughout each step of the process, from design, to answering any questions on the installation stage. Our team of experts can advise you on a variety of options, including bay shapes or bells and splays that enhance the indoor space and the external appeal. No matter where you are in the conservatory process, we’ll be sure to help.

Whether you’re specific about the additional space you require, or unsure on the final shape you desire for your conservatory – we can help you achieve the perfect design and shape for you and your property. We know trust is vital – that’s why all our installers are FENSA certified, and our products Secured by Design accredited. We’ll build your Victorian conservatory to meet your exact size and style specifications. If you have any budgetary concerns, we have ‘buy now, pay later’ schemes available, with a 0% interest-free rate between 12 and 60 months.

We’re proud to serve our customers – our team of certified experts are ready to assist now! For quotes or questions on Victorian conservatories, call us on 01702 555553, or contact us via our online quote calculator.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is a Victorian conservatory?

A Victorian conservatory is comprised of a bay front, ornate patterning and a pitched roof. As the name suggests, they emerged in the Victorian era and were often referred to as sunrooms. They’re typically accompanied by a dwarf wall and establish an elegant, classic theme for your property.

Are Victorian conservatories in style?

Yes! The Victorian conservatory has reigned as a favourite choice for homeowners – they’re the nation’s most popular style of conservatory. This is primarily because they complement all types of house, providing both style and space.

Are Victorian conservatories energy efficient?

The energy efficiency will largely depend on how the conservatory was made. At Mr Window, we ensure the highest quality craftsmanship, utilising toughened ‘A Rated’ glass to ensure heat retention. Your Victorian conservatory will be incredibly energy efficient, keeping the cold out and the warm in.