DIY Lean-to Conservatory on Dwarf Walls
The lean-to conservatory, or sun room, can work best if you’re on a tight budget, and offers one of the simplest solutions for bungalows and porches.
With clean lines that give a contemporary look, a lean-to is a popular choice for modern properties, especially for homeowners who prefer a simple, understated design.
Whether traditional or contemporary, this style is ideal for homes that have limited space under the eaves, such as a bungalow, or an area that’s too difficult to home a conservatory, because the pitch of the roof on a lean-to conservatory can vary. A shallow pitch can fit under a bungalow roof while a steeper one would be ideal for terraced houses.
The simple shape of a lean-to conservatory allows the maximum space in a highly economical style. They are sometimes called sunrooms, or garden rooms, as they trap the winter sunlight and convert it into heat through the glass.
Because of the simple design of lean-to conservatories, with at least one wall already in situ, time and labour is saved, which also saves money.
It can also be combined with other styles to create a combination conservatory.
Extend your home
A lean-to conservatory is an easy way to extend your home and gain that extra space you need. They are the ideal choice if you have limited building space or height restrictions as they can be added to the majority of properties.
Your new Liniar lean-to conservatory will also benefit from the technically advanced Liniar roof system. Offering incredible levels of energy efficiency, the Liniar roof system matches perfectly with its huge range of windows and doors.
Whatever your desired function for your new living space you will find that a Liniar lean-to conservatory is the ideal solution. Whether you are looking for a sun room or garden room to make the most of the daylight, a sunlit study or utility room or a larger space such as a family room or kitchen extension, a lean-to conservatory or lean-to combination conservatory will fit the bill.