A lean to roof is a single pitch roof which will normally adjoin a flat surface. The pitch can vary enormously and is most often determined by the wall height available. The lean to can be designed in a wide range of sizes to suit most properties.
Many original Victorian conservatories and plant houses, were ‘lean tos’ and were often quite decorative and attractive.
In the mid to late 20th Century near flat roofed versions, usually with a plastic roof sheeting material became widely available and popular , causing something of a decline in their reputation.
Today however, with the development of better materials and design over the last few decades, the lean to has rapidly become as popular as it first was. The lean to is an inexpensive way to gain additional living space. You can choose from a variety of materials and finishes to suit your project.
Why not consider incorporating a storm porch as our customers in Hayle chose to.
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We manufacture top quality timber conservatories in our joinery in Cornwall.
Working principally in kiln dried mahogany hardwood from West Africa (with other timbers available to order) we manufacture from renewable and sustainable timber which is FSC (Forestry Stewardship Council) certified.
Our specially developed high quality paint chemically bonds itself to the uPVC, giving high resistance to scratching, fading and weathering. The products are sprayed in our own spray booth on site at our factory showroom in Cornwall.Continue Reading...
We use a thermally efficient top quality British uPVC profile to construct our conservatories, guaranteeing strength and colour stability.
We fully reinforce all of our frames with aluminium, which will never rust, unlike galvanised steel. This is of particular importance due to our coastal climate here in Cornwall.