Conservatories
Conservatories

Characteristics
  • Designed to offer optimum structural capability matched by stylish appearance

  • Existing Rehau profile used for walls, doors and windows

  • Victorian and lean-to-styles available, both of which may be integrated by means of the REHAU valley gutter system

  • Standard colour white

  • Choice of roof spars fully reinforced with galvanised steel for maximum load bearing capacity
Standards

REHAU conservatory systems:

  • Comply with the recommendations of the Glass and Glazing Federation
Glazing
  • Both systems can be bead glazed with single or double glazing using 6.4mm laminated glass or polycarbonate sheet in accordance with Glass and Glazing Federation guidelines
Victoriana Conservatory

The main characteristics of this conservatory system are:

  • Maximum size 7m wide x 8.5m long anywhere in the UK

  • Attractive, purpose designed structural gusset bracket for use with tie bars in conservatories over 4m long and up to 7m wide

  • A standard slope of 30° for aesthetic appearance

  • A ventilated ridge beam to reduce heat built-up

  • Aluminium crown hub and ridge beam for optimum weight/strength ratio with external PVC-U covers

  • A bell end with up to eight facets to provide a virtually semi-cercular floor plan

  • Specially designed eaves beam which carries load and accepts guttering
Lean-To Conservatory

The main characteristics of this conservatory system are

  • Roof angles between 5° and 30°

  • Rigid design which allows roof spars of up to 4m span (3.85m in Scotland) with only a 5° roof slope

  • Purpose designed wall plates, eaves connectors and foundation plates for optimum structural integrity