From lean-to to grand period-style conservatories, there’s a design to suit every house and pocket, ensuring year-round comfort. Extend your home with one of our PVCu conservatories and you will discover a whole new outlook on life, because a conservatory is more than just another room, it’s a room with a view. One of the most cost-effective and flexible ways to extend your home, a conservatory can quite simply transform the way you live.

Our conservatories are tailored to suit your every need. We have a range of traditional, lean-to, Victorian, Edwardian and combination conservatories to choose from, with fully glazed, dwarf wall or insulated feature panel design options. The design of your conservatory is simply down to personal preference. We have a wide range of designs that will harmonise with the surroundings of your home and garden – all you need to do is decide on the style and size of the conservatory that best suits your needs and budget. It’s as simple as that!

Another important consideration in the design of your conservatory is the style of the windows and doors. Once more, the choice is yours - simply select the style that best suits your needs from our comprehensive range of designs. To further improve the environment of your conservatory, a choice of glass roofs are available to improve the thermal performance. Well insulated, stylish conservatories offer comfortable and practical environments families can use all year round.

Our choice of traditional and contemporary designs, PVCu colours, finishes and window and door styles is simply second to none. If you need advice, just ask. We will be delighted to create a design sympathetic to your property, your living requirements and, of course, your budget.

At MJB Conservatories all of our conservatories are completely bespoke. We will discuss your options and help you decide how to get the very best design from the space that you have. You will then receive a full, no obligation, quotation complete with CAD drawings to show you how the finished product will look. We can even apply for planning permission for you if required. There are also a number of accessories available for your conservatory including roof vents which we can discuss with you if you require further information.

There are many styles of conservatory that we offer such as Victorian, Georgian, Gable, Lean-to, P-Shaped, Lantern or T-Shaped. Take a look at our gallery to see examples of these.

Choosing Your Conservatory

Deciding which style of conservatory is right for you is fun – but there are some key things to consider. Use our tips to help get everything just right.


What do you hope to get out of your new room? Will it be a study perhaps? Or a playroom? An office? Or maybe just an extra space to relax in. Whatever you choose, the use will determine how large you need your new space to be, and which layout will suit best.


Your new space should fit seamlessly with your lifestyle. PVCu is both incredibly hardwearing and low maintenance. No need for step ladders and re-painting; oil on the hinges and a wipe down every now and again will keep your conservatory looking like new.


Think about the position of your conservatory. Those that face the south will receive the most of sun during the day. If this is the case, with a polycarbonate roof you may need to consider extra ventilation and possibly blinds in order to block out some of the harsher rays. While new glass roof technology eliminates the need for blinds altogether.


Once you’ve made a decision on your design, it might be best to check the dimensions of both your house and your garden. A conservatory should be an extension of your current living space and shouldn’t take up too much valuable garden space.


New advancements have been made to ensure the glass used in conservatories works it’s hardest for the homeowner. Keeping you cooler in summer and warmer in winter means a conservatory isn’t just a seasonal room.

Planning Permission

If you’re building a conservatory in England or Wales, you will not usually need planning permission. However, it will be required over a certain size and we can advise you on this and obtain any required planning permission for you.