Roof styles

Add real character to your home with an oak home garden room, orangery or conservatory

There are plenty of reasons to extend your home.

You may want to transform a functional kitchen into a comfortable, airy space for all your family to gather. Or you may prefer to add a separate dining area. Perhaps more living space is your thing. Or do you want to make the most of your leisure time by incorporating a games room, a library or a gym?

Whatever you have in mind, Oakwrights’ GreenRooms division can convert your conservatory, orangery or garden room wishes into an oak frame reality.

Roof styles (below) are always a great starting point for the design of your orangery, garden room or conservatory. You can tailor all aspects from the size, shape, materials and glazing options.

Flat roof extensions

With an oak lantern to provide plenty of natural light, a flat roof can be a suitable addition to a single storey dwelling, or in a situation where first floor windows need to be avoided. This type of roof can help navigate permitted development regulations.

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Mansard roof extensions

Steep sloped sides and flat roof on top allows for a roof height of less than 4m which may be able to be constructed under permitted development. When designing your GreenRoom to be in-keeping with your existing homes full or half hipped roof style, a Mansard can complement this style perfectly.

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Pitched roof extensions

With gable ends that can be fully glazed for a light and airy feel; a pitched roof with a vaulted roof space has many benefits which can all be tailored to suit your requirements including choosing a pitch that matches your existing home.

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