Conservatories

Conservatory design and build

When it comes to selecting a conservatory, we will not be beaten for quality or service. Our vast range means that, whatever the style, you won’t find a more satisfactory solution. Victorian, Edwardian, Pavilion, Traditional or Bespoke, we have something for everyone.

 

Over the past thirty five years RTE have perfected their manufacturing and fitting service. We have become one of the best in Lancashire. You’ll receive a firm fitting date, usually between 4 to 6 weeks. RTE’s installation manager will make sure that all the building work runs smoothly. Starting with a professional site survey and then meet with the builders on the first day of work.

 

We design your conservatory, orangery or extension with the latest computer design equipment. Our products are manufactured to meet the industry’s quality assurance standards.

 

All our builders and installers have worked for RTE for ten years and over. You can be confident that the staff that arrive at your home have been qualified and trained.

Bespoke

We pride ourselves on working closely with you throughout the design and construction of your dream conservatory.

 

We’ll provide expert advice and can mix and match your choice of styles to suit your tastes. We do everything in house, too. Which means we can be certain of a job well done.

Edwardian

Also known as Georgian conservatories. Edwardian conservatories have many similarities in style to a Victorian conservatory.

 

For example, the apexed roof. An Edwardian conservatory is square or rectangular in plan with a flat front. Edwardian designs are always popular for their size and use of floor space.

Pavilion

Often known as a gabled conservatory. Pavilion conservatories are an adaptation of the Edwardian style.

 

They sharing the same efficient floor plan but with a differnt  style of the roof. Always a popular choice.

Victorian

The most popular type of conservatory style in the UK. It’s not hard to see why. Classic and charming style, with a sense of flair.

 

A recognisable feature of a Victorian conservatory is its angled bay front. Three to five wall facets, topped off by a ridged apex roof.

Traditional

One of the simplest designs of conservatory. Traditional feature small walls and a flat angled roof. The roof slopes downwards, great for allowing rainwater to run off it.

 

They have the lowest costs and construction times due to their straightforward design.