- Set out the “P” in the perfect proportion for your home to enjoy a flexible additional room
- Customise your P-shaped conservatory by choosing your own decorative touches, including ornate finials and hundreds of coloured and patterned glass design ideas
- Choose a solid roof – or replace your existing conservatory roof with a solid design
- We build every conservatory individually here in Britain, combining traditional craftsmanship with the latest technology
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Your P Shaped design options
Our P-shaped conservatories are constructed in durable uPVC and offer a choice of colours to perfectly complement your home, including our popular White Knight, a range of wooden effects and even our dual colour option of a wood-effect exterior and a white interior.
Our designers will help you create your dream conservatory and guide you through the best choices in everything from window and roof styles to decorative features. You can select Tilt & Turn or Casement windows and single, bi-fold, French or patio doors and Solaroof or a solid roof. You can even choose the exact height of the walls.
When it comes to finishing touches, you can choose from a wide selection of finials and crestings as well as a range of decorative and patterned glass that includes 12 new designs from Laura Ashley. It’s easy to make your finished conservatory truly unique to you.
- 10 year guarantee
- Made in Britain
- Accredited levels of security
- BBA certified products
- Fast, professional installation
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Be inspired by our customers who have transformed their homes
Maximise potentialBespoke made to utilise every inch
With two teenage boys, Shelley and Chris Bent were looking for a bit of extra living space – a place to relax and enjoy peace and quiet.
A large P-shaped conservatory was the perfect answer, with the added bonus of being able to throw open the patio doors and enjoy the view of their well-tended garden. “We had the conservatory built because we wanted something to link the house to the garden,” says Shelley.
“We wanted to use it as a chill-out room. We’re not television-watchers, so we didn’t have any plans to put a TV in it, but we did want a place to relax and another space where we could eat,” says Shelley. Chris and Shelley have had other installations from Anglian before – windows, fascia boards and cladding, and each time the process has been more than satisfactory. “It was a logical step to use the company this time round too,” says Shelley.
A cosy conservatoryInnovative design to create a year-round room
As a professional yachtswoman, Belinda Hamilton spent more time at sea than in her 17th-century Suffolk cottage. When she changed to a part-time skippering role, she decided that it was time to make some home improvements.
She originally planned to build a small porch at the rear of her house to protect the back door, which she uses as the main entrance, from the effects of the prevailing south-westerly winds and help to insulate the thin-walled rear extension.
Her Anglian designer suggested that a conservatory would enable her to make the best use of the space, and she’s delighted with how he made it complement the existing roofline. Belinda is able to enjoy her conservatory all year round. “My neighbour’s conservatory hits 110 degrees Fahrenheit, while mine’s a comfortable 80 degrees, when it’s sunny,” she said.
She’s thrilled with the design too. “I like the architectural detail and find being in it is like being in the garden – only better. It’s such a joy to spend time in it.” She now uses her conservatory more than any other room in the house.
Don’t move, improveMore space to enjoy family life and the garden
The combination of a growing family and a desire to make the most of their garden, made a new conservatory the perfect answer for Mark and Sharon John. “You know what it’s like when your children are growing up – We wanted to have a room where we could go,” said Mark.
They chose an Edwardian design and as a “bit of a cleanaholic”, Sharon was impressed by the efficiency, punctuality and thoughtfulness of the fitters.
They can now enjoy the additional living space as well as great views of their garden. The large door opens onto a block-paving patio with a table and chairs so Mark and Sharon can keep an eye on their daughters playing from the comfort of their conservatory.
The quality of the conservatory has also impressed Mark and Sharon. "The brochure didn’t do it justice," he said. “If ever there was an example of getting what you pay for when you choose quality over price, this is it. We love it, the kids love it and we’re all enjoying the improved lifestyle.”
We take care of everything when designing your conservatory
Planning permission can be complicated but you need not worry, Anglian will do all of the heavy lifting for you.
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Read more about our design service and how we will help you choose the best options for your home.
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Why Choose Anglian?
We believe there are many Benefits of an Anglian Conservatory, from expert design guidance to taking care of any planning permission. Our professional installers are fast and efficient, and we also offer you easy ways to pay. With 50 years' experience, we're proud of the quality of our products, which are backed by long-lasting guarantees.
Our conservatories are designed by experts and manufactured and installed by professionals to guarantee their quality:
- BBA certified products
- Premium materials
- Accredited security levels
- Energy efficient
Our conservatories meet or exceed all industry standards and are fully compliant with all relevant industry bodies:
- 10-year guarantee on uPVC products
- 10-year guarantee on base works
- 15-year guarantee on Ultra gas-filled sealed units
- BBA certified White Knight conservatory
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Home Inspiration From Anglian
If you want to give your new conservatory a fabulous interior but need inspiration, our 'Good to be Home' magazine is there to help. It's packed with ideas and even gives you tips on how to stop your artwork fading. It's guaranteed to fire your enthusiasm to transform every room in your home.