A dwarf wall conservatory – which can also be described as a conservatory with brick side walls – is a great addition to any home. These versatile options come in many shapes and sizes and are a great way of increasing your living space without having to pay out for costly extensions or move house.
From the benefits of partial brick wall conservatories to how much they cost, read on to find out more about dwarf wall conservatories.
Dwarf Wall Conservatory Height
As the name suggests, dwarf wall conservatories are a great balance between full glass and brick constructions. The partial walls offer some privacy and design continuity with the rest of your home but are low enough so that you can still enjoy your garden views and plenty of natural light.
At ConservatoryLand, our standard dwarf wall height is 600mm. But because our conservatories are made to measure based on your requirements, the wall height is completely up to you. You might even want to combine a full wall on one side with dwarf walls on the rest – whatever suits you and your space.
Dwarf Wall Conservatory Designs
The great thing about dwarf wall conservatories is that there are various designs and styles to choose from.
Edwardian conservatories add a touch of elegance to your home and garden, thanks to their sleek design, pitched roof and classic aesthetic. They offer a spacious, sun-filled extension for your home that you can enjoy all year round.
Or, if you prefer a more modern style, why not opt for a dwarf wall lean-to conservatory? With its simple roof and clean, straight lines, it gives your home a stylish space upgrade – even if you’re short on room.
Once you’ve chosen the design that best suits you and your home, you’ll be pleased to know that in most cases, you won’t need to apply for planning permission for your dwarf wall conservatory. As dwarf walls tend to be less than a metre in height, and the total conservatory height is only single-storey, Planning Portal regulations deem this a permitted development.
Plus, your project can benefit from a quick and affordable installation – if you’re building on concrete or an existing patio, that might be enough of a foundation to work from. If not, our optional ConservaBase system is the perfect base for your dwarf walls.
Benefits of a Dwarf Wall Conservatory
There are many benefits to adding one of our dwarf wall, or half brick conservatories, to your home, such as:
- Enhancing the size and value of your home
- Making the most of your existing space and natural surroundings
- Creating a new, light-filled room for you and your family to enjoy
- A fully customisable process from start to finish – from choosing your preferred roof type to doors and window frames
When it comes to dwarf wall conservatories specifically, many people prefer them to other styles. This is because they can help create a natural flow between the conservatory and the rest of your house, as you can opt for a matching brick colour. They also help reduce the extreme temperatures that can occur with some full glass styles, and you won’t have to clean the glass as often because the dwarf wall acts as a barrier between the ground and the windows – helping to protect them from dirt.
How Much Does A Dwarf Wall Conservatory Cost?
At ConservatoryLand, our beautiful, high-quality conservatories start from as little as £4,280. And with each element of the build up in your hands, you can create a beautiful conservatory that’s bespoke to you and your home.
Thanks to our flexible payment plans, buying your dream conservatory on finance has never been easier. With an initial deposit of just £99, you’re free to spread the cost of your new conservatory in a way that suits you.
Get A Quote For A Dwarf Wall Conservatory
Feeling inspired to kick start your own conservatory project? Fill out our online form or give us a call, and we can provide you with a personalised quote. Our experts are on hand to guide you through every step of the process.
And if you’re still deciding on the details, why not order a free brochure today? It includes information on all our conservatory style and customisation options to help you choose the best solution for you and your home.