Lean-to Conservatory on Dwarf Walls 3-metre Wide by 5-metre Projection
Buy direct from a conservatory manufacturer, French doors as standard or a choice to upgrade to a set of sliding patio doors or Modlok Bi-fold doors. Made to measure and any designs to suit your needs.
3000mm wide x 5000mm projection Lean-to conservatory. A complete A+ rated system, we only use the very best systems we don't cut corners on cheaper profile and bar systems.
To sit on 600mm dwarf walls as standard, if you require a different size this is not a problem and will not cost any extra. Frame height at front of conservatory is 2100mm under the eaves beam as standard.
Conservatory comes with Low E argon filled A rated toughened glass in the frames as standard. If you require any different sizes or options give us a call!
Our conservatories are made to measure and you have a section of choices to fit with your personal taste and circumstances.
3-metre x 5-metre external brickwork size.
Size: Enter the external sizes of your brickwork in the box on the right.
Options: Select your options from the choices on the right. - White, Chrome or Brass fittings.
Roof Profile: Our conservatory roofs are made using the Synseal synergy bar system, We don't use the cheaper roofing systems that are available on the market as we want to offer a great product at a great price. A+ rated system.
Roof Options: The roof comes with 25mm polycarbonate as standard in clear, bronze or opal. The choice to upgrade to A-rated toughened glass or self-cleaning glass.
Profile: We use the Liniar energy plus system with reinforced profile, Once again we don't use the cheaper linear system that is available we use the best one available. A+ rated system.
Door Positioning: Choose where you would like the door. Looking towards the conservatory choose left or right projection or front.
Door Opening: Choose whether your doors open in or out.
Opening Windows: You can purchase opening windows and have them placed anywhere you want in the conservatory.
Door Type: French doors as standard or upgrade to sliding doors or a set of Mod Lok Bi-fold doors.
As our conservatories are made to measure, should you have a particular design in mind that isn't shown on our website, please call us for a quotation.
Delivery Service - If you do not have personnel available for unloading the lorry. Please select 2-man delivery in the options. This is a surcharge in addition to the normal delivery charge.
How Good Are Our Conservatories?
Thermally Efficient - uPVC Frames
Our Lean-to uPVC conservatories have been updated to meet modern standards. This means that they achieve A+ standards of thermal efficiency.
Global Roof System Standard On All Our Conservatories
BBA – test achievements • Water penetration test at 300 Pascals: PASSED (equivalent to a Force 9 severe gale) 24-hour water penetration testing was carried out, during which the roof was deluged with 113 inches of water, more than twice the average annual British rainfall. • Uplift test at 900 Pascals: PASSED (equivalent to wind speeds at 85 miles per hour) • Load test of 120kg per m2: PASSED (equivalent weight of 4 feet of snow per m2 )
The Global roof has been exhaustively tested and the system has received British Board of Agrément (BBA) accreditation. A standard Georgian conservatory was independently assessed by façade-testing specialists Wintech Engineering to prove that Global can withstand the most extreme weather conditions, with market-leading performance results that far exceeded expectations.
Wind speed resistance > 250 kph
Wintech Engineering – test achievements Wind resistance testing using a modified DC6 aircraft engine and applying negative pressures to simulate increasing wind speeds. • Wind speed of 90 miles per hour: PASSED (exceeding the UK’s great storm of 1987) • Wind speed of 130 miles per hour: PASSED (a new record for a UK-manufactured conservatory) • Wind speed of 160 miles per hour: PASSED (equivalent to a devastating Force 17 hurricane) Structural integrity testing was then carried out on the same conservatory, after wind testing, with Wintech applying negative pressures to simulate increasing snow loadings. • Structural integrity testing: PASSED (equivalent to 9 feet of snow per m2 )
My existing dwarf wall is higher than 600mm, can I have a higher wall height option?
Yes above 600mm we can build to match your required height.
What are the conservatory door options?
As standard, our conservatories come with one set of French Doors but you can also order the following
French Doors Only
French Doors plus one single opening door
French Doors plus two opening doors
Two Single Doors
One two-pane bi-fold
two three-pane bi-folds
Can I choose the position of the doors?
Yes we can normally position the doors in the required place there are some limitations so please call us to check.
Bigger bi-folds are possible but the structure of the conservatory needs to be upgraded so if you are thinking or wider doors please give us a call to discuss what is possible.
Can I have any window opening?
Yes, you can but larger windows may require more heavy-duty hinges or even tilt and turn hinges you will need to call us to discuss your plans.
Can I use a different type of roof?
We can supply every type of roof possible all we need are your dimensions and roof design from this we can work out the total weight and we will then calculate the structural requirements of the conservatory below.
What are the roof glazing options?
Polycarbonate 25mm clear bronze or opal or low energy glass filled with argon gas or Active blue-tinted self-cleaning glass also glass filled argon units.
Can I change the size from the size shown?
The sizes shown are for guide purposes only all our conservatory are manufactured to order to suit customers individual requirements.
My conservatory is south facing and catches the afternoon sun can I add solar control glazing to the roof?
Yes please call us for details polycarbonate does have heat reflective options and glass units can be supplied with solar reflective possibilities. Both these options maintain light levels fairly well preventing the inner house room from becoming too dark.