Explore our range of bungalow conservatories in Plymouth
Living in a single storey home should not mean that you are limited when choosing your new conservatory. Bungalow conservatories offer you an economical way to expand your living space and make the most of your property. Based in Plymouth, the team at Interseal offer a wide range of conservatory designs for bungalows and smaller properties. We know what special considerations need to be made due to height restrictions and can provide a timeless bungalow conservatory that does not compromise on style. If you’d like to find out more about our bungalow conservatories, contact our experts in Plymouth today.
Why choose a bungalow conservatory?
- Cost effective way of adding living space to your home
- Add value to your home
- Open up your property to more light without interfering with room layout or design
- Complement the architecture of your home to reflect your style
Lean-to bungalow conservatories
The lean-to style is a popular choice for bungalow conservatories due to its sheer simplicity and easy adaptability for smaller properties. Featuring a low-pitched roof, the lean-to conservatory can be tailored for awkward or tight spaces. The lean-to is an understated, fuss-free and modern conservatory design.
Edwardian bungalow conservatories
If contemporary designs do not fit your style, then Interseal has a range of other options available for those with more traditional tastes. Edwardian bungalow conservatories are identifiable by their use of space and proportions and offer maximum living space.
Victorian bungalow conservatories
The classic Victorian conservatory is segmented in appearance, allowing it to fit into small gardens without taking up too much space. The Victorian conservatory can be adapted for bungalows and height-restricted properties.
Dwarf wall bungalow conservatories
A dwarf wall conservatory stands apart from other conservatory styles because it does not feature wall-to-ceiling glass panes, with brickwork at the base creating a sill inside. This is a popular choice for smaller properties as it allows for easy customisation and can be styled to suit the home interior.