An aluminium box gutter fixed to the bungalow takes water runoff from the back of the conservatory roof and also forms a structural support for the rafters on the back of the roof.
Box gutter conservatories for bungalows.
That includes a multi walled polycarbonate roofing system with the option of upgrading to glass.
A georgian is often considered the best style choice for conservatories on bungalows because many two storey homes will also choose to have their georgian conservatory attached to their home with a box gutter so that it slopes on all four sides.
By providing a hipped back roof with box gutter we can ensure that everyone receives the full benefits of a conservatory.
A traditional design that can be nicely adapted for any bungalow they usually incorporate a box gutter a heavy duty aluminium section attached directly to the fascia to collect the rain water for both roofs.
These models slope down all round to the frames around the sides and also back towards the house or bungalow.
Its design and installation is paramount to the safety of this type of contruction.
Sometimes it is also necessary to support the box gutter from underneath.
Edwardian conservatories for bungalows an edwardian hipped back with a box gutter is a popular option.
Box gutter one of the most straightforward and affordable ways to link a conservatory to your bungalow is to use a box gutter.
Box gutters create a sealed guttering between a conservatory and the adjoining house.
They re made to catch and drain away the rainwater that falls between the walls and are usually always used for traditional pitched roof conservatories.
The box gutter also supports one side of the conservatory roof.
A box gutter is a box structure which is strong enough to support a roof rafter whilst at the same time also being strong enough to fix off securely to either a fascia or existing house wall.
As you have seen on the design section to attach a conservatory to a bungalow a box gutter is required to catch the water from the existing bungalow roof and half the water from the conservatory.
These edwardian styled conservatories have high insulating polycarbonate multi walled roofing systems with the maximum thickness of 32mm with the glass roof upgrade option.
Edwardian conservatories are often identified though their use of space and proportions.
Our most popular bungalow conservatory is the hipped back edwardian model.
Georgian conservatories on bungalows.
This style offers more height when compared to the lean to design.
Edwardian conservatories for bungalows edwardian conservatories offer much more headroom than a lean to because its hipped roof design pictured above makes the interior proportions feel bigger.