This type of additional living room is probably one of the most simple styles of conservatory in the market place, usually consisting of 3 glass sides and a single plane sloping roof – it’s also one of the few styles that has options for DIY installations, although it’s probably going to need a decent level of competence to fix it yourself.
Ranging in price from a few hundred pounds (DIY) to many thousands for bespoke styling,
Building a lean-to conservatory in your garden will require you to have a good base for it & that means either having a solid flat base or digging foundations. In either case the base you build your room on is vitally important as if the ground underneath your conservatory is not solid then the room may start to move, distort or even collapse after some time.
Whilst most, as previously mentioned, have flat glass sides & roofing, you can include solid upvc infill panels or even use low level brick work (known as dwarf walls) to add personality & character to your room – however, this large amount of glass can lead to the room overheating if you don’t manage the light, shade & ventilation – good options are fitted blinds, roof vents & window sections that open for ventilation.