The attraction of a P-shaped conservatory is that it brings the feel of adding almost two more rooms to your home. This is because one area can be used for dining in, while the other section can be enjoyed as an area of relaxation.
One of the great things about P-shaped conservatories is that they can be adapted to suit all styles of houses and bungalows. When it comes to adapting the conservatory to bungalows – or in any circumstances where there are height restrictions in place – a hipped-back roof with box gutter is often supplied.
Combining the styles of a lean-to and Victorian/Edwardian conservatories, a P-shaped conservatory takes the shape of a P when viewed from above – hence the name.
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