A lean-to conservatory is a structure added on to the home, to extend indoor living space, while enjoying more of the outdoor spaces. because it is attached to the home, by an exterior wall and doorway, it will consist of at least two sides, containing mostly windows. Some structures may contained three sides with windows, if the structure is not attached to an exterior corner or nook of the home.
A lean to conservatory gives Southall homeowners a smaller extra space than other conservatories, while giving homeowners a feel of being outdoors. These smaller structures, however, are ideal when additional space is limited, or when homeowners simply want a place to sit for a while. This type of structure can make an excellent mud room or attached greenhouse, in some circumstances.
The typical lean to will consist of framework and a base. The base can be a foot of bricks on all exposed sides, tying in with the brick color of the home.
It can also be a beam made of the same materials as the frame, tying into the framework. a more elaborate design might incorporate brick walls on two to three sides, with one wall of windows and floor to ceiling French doors. A builder with plenty of glazing experience, in the Middlesex area, will have plenty of design options to show homeowners, upon consultation. The glazing expert will also explain the various options for window types, size, and design.