Liniar’s Combination Style Conservatory

A combination conservatory offers the ultimate in flexibility, combining a range of style to fit the shape your home and garden requires.

If you have a need for two separate living areas, why not combine a Victorian and a lean-to to give a P-shaped conservatory – or maybe you’d prefer a T or a B shape?

Combining a mix of Edwardian or Victorian styles, a P-shaped is ideal to create a versatile style because it extends in different directions, enabling it to be separated into two different living areas.

The rounded part of a P-shaped conservatory is ideal to be used as a children’s play area, while the longer section is perfectly suited as a lounge or dining area.

A major advantage of P-shaped conservatories are that they add a much-needed space to a property without taking up too much of the garden or meaning considerable redesign work to the garden.

A T-shaped conservatory works well on larger homes. It’s a combination style that features a central projection and can be Victorian, Edwardian or Gable. The central projection can also create a porch effect, highlighting a pair of elegant French doors.

The possibilities are limited only by your imagination.

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Did you know?

  • Conservatories are not usually subject to planning permission so installation is a quick and easy process.  (In the unlikely event planning permission is required your local Liniar stockist can help you through the process)
  • Having a combination conservatory added to your is home is likely to increase its market value
  • You will benefit from an extra room, perfect for use at any time of the year
  • Your Liniar combination conservatory will be designed  and built according to your bespoke specification
  • There are many colours to choose from for your combination conservatory including woodgrain effect options

Colour options:

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Mark II loves combination conservatories!

“If you dream it, you can do it – Liniar combination conservatories give you the option to combine different roof styles to create your perfect living space.”

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Head of Testing at Liniar

Why choose a Liniar combination conservatory?

Why choose a Liniar Combined Conservatory?

Increase your living space

A Liniar combination conservatory is a fantastic way to extend your home. If you have an unusual build area it may be the perfect solution to maximise your use of space and complement your property.

A combination conservatory offers you great versatility allowing you to create a conservatory that is truly unique to you and your home. By combining two conservatory styles you can achieve a home extension that is both functional and eye-catching.

There are a multitude of uses for a combination conservatory such as a sunlit dining room, a large family room or an extended office or for separate functions such as a living area and storage space.

Conservatory Roof Design

The ultimate conservatory roof

When you choose a Liniar combination conservatory you are also choosing the industry leading Liniar conservatory roof system.

This strategically engineered roof system can make a Liniar conservatory less expensive to heat compared with other manufacturers. Because of the unique thermal twin-walled top caps, they retain more heat inside during colder periods, requiring less energy to heat it.

Your new Liniar combination conservatory will also be watertight all year round. This is because the roof has been specifically designed to ensure there are no holes or gaps, preventing water ingress and eradicating leakage.

Conservatory Glazing

Glass or polycarbonate?

When considering the roof for your new combination conservatory the first decision to make is whether you opt for glass or polycarbonate. There are a few factors to consider when making this choice such as budget, aesthetics and where the conservatory will be positioned once built.

As a rule, glass tends to be less noisy during rainfall compared to polycarbonate. With a glass roof you will usually experience a brighter interior, whereas polycarbonate can be a good option if you are looking for protection from solar glare.

Whichever option you choose you can be sure you will receive an excellent product designed specifically for its purpose.

Conservatory Window Options

Liniar windows & doors

Liniar’s window range offers many benefits that other window systems just don’t. Designed with a view to incorporate all the benefits that modern window engineering can offer, Liniar windows provide exceptional energy efficiency, low maintenance and environmental advantages.

Liniar windows utilise our unique multi-chambered design that lowers thermal transfer and can help reduce energy bills. All Liniar windows are 100% lead free and offer superior energy efficiency giving you a warmer, more environmentally friendly home.

Why not find out more about the different styles of windows Liniar offers.

Keep Heat Inside

Keep heat inside

Our unique thermal twin-walled top caps in our roofs paired with Liniar windows and doors keep more of the heat inside your conservatory, making it less expensive to heat in the winter months.

Low Maintenance

Low maintenance

Like the rest of the Liniar range, our combined conservatories are low maintenance, a quick wash with sopay water now and again is all that is needed - they are even available with self-cleaning glass.

Designed by You

Designed by you

Liniar conservatories are bespoke designed exactly to your requirements - whatever you have in mind for your new room, we can create it.

Triple Glazing

Glazing options

Triple glazed windows and self-cleaning glass? The wide range of glass types available on the market today means that whether you are looking for extra warmth or to shut out traffic or other noise, then there is an option which is right for you.

Colour Matched

Colour matched

Liniar conservatory roofs are colour matched the rest of the Liniar range of windows and doors, from solid colour to woodgrain foiled, all available from stock.

Your choice

From crestings and finials, to bi-fold and patio doors - the bespoke-designed matching Liniar range gives customers to opportunity to achieve their perfect glazed extension.

Conservatory additions

uPVC conservatories cresting and finials

You can tailor your new Liniar combination conservatory to your own personal taste so that you get exactly the new living space you desire.

A Liniar lantern roof is a great way to increase the amount of sunlight that enters your property. This will create a brighter living environment and also provide a striking visual feature.

Another great way of personalising your combination conservatory is the addition of Liniar bi-folds. These attractive doors really lend themselves to the combination conservatory.

A choice of colours

Beautiful Colours

A combination conservatory is an eye-catching design so why not top it off with a splash of colour? The Liniar range comes in a choice of colours available straight from stock. Of course, you can still opt for classic white.

For a more traditional appearance there is also the option of a woodgrain foil. This will provide your combination conservatory with a traditional and elegant look but with the low maintenance benefits of uPVC.

The choice really is yours and the entire range holds the Liniar 10-year guarantee against warping, cracking and fading.