Southall residents have plenty of choice, when selecting a conservatory design. A Gable End Conservatory offers unique design elements, while retaining the elements of a typical conservatory, such as glazed windows from base to ceiling, glazed ceiling, and an extensive view of outdoor spaces. Like other conservatories, the gable end design allows homeowners to extend indoor living spaces, for a variety of functions.
The gabled portion of the structure consists of a squared or rounded entry, narrower than the side it extends from. Typically, the gazebo is built on to the outer wall of windows, to provide an accentuated entry area, where single, double, or French doors are installed. It usually consists of windows on all three sides and will have glazed windows build into the roof.
The gabled end lets visitors and homeowners know exactly where the conservatory entry is located. This design can be used to make a more dramatic appearance, or to fit the a particular home,s architecture.
Conservatory gables usually don’t extend above the roof line of the main conservatory, though they may, if a more dramatic look is desired. The gable may also include decorative touches, like finials or scalloped trim, to draw attention to the entry and give it a classic look. A homeowner in the Middlesex region, who wants a dramatic looking conservatory, should call an experienced glazier, who can review designs and make recommendations, for the particular home and homeowner preferences.