Create a New Space with a Conservatory Extension
A stunning new conservatory will bring more light into your home. It will also give you extra space to relax and entertain guests. At Jackson Windows we have been designing conservatories for Lincolnshire homes for over 25 years. Whether you prefer contemporary or traditional design, we offer many styles including Victorian, Edwardian, Gable End, P-shaped or Lean-To.
Too much choice? Our expert team will work with you and help you with your choices.
All our conservatories are completely bespoke, and so the price is individual to your project. For a quick, no-obligation quote fill out our contact form and one of our friendly team members will get back in touch to help you create your perfect home.
Light and airy, Victorian conservatories feature a more rounded frontage providing a statement piece to your home.
Edwardian conservatories offer a traditional look with a classic sloping four-sided glass pitched roof offering plenty of natural light.
Lean-To conservatories are versatile enough to suit a range of house styles, seamlessly into your property providing additional space.
P Shaped Conservatories
Indulge yourself in the P Shaped conservatory. A spectacular conservatory available in a number of standard sizes or manufactured to your requirements.
Gable End Conservatories
Gable End conservatories allow natural light and a welcome air flow into your property along with French doors providing access to your garden.
Conservatory Roof Replacements
Ensuring your home always looks the best in every aspect, Jackson Windows offers bespoke conservatory roof replacements to a style of your choosing.
Happy to help every step of the way, whatever stage of your home improvement journey you are at.
Local and trusted
Jackson Windows has been transforming Lincolnshire homes for over 25 years. We manufacture all our windows and doors in our state-of-the-art factory in Lincoln.
Assured products and service
We are FENSA registered and only use experienced and qualified fitters. Accredited by British Board of Agreement (BBA).