Our 5 top choices of conservatory style skylights

Updated on November 21st, 2023 at 02:04 pm
Published on 12 May 2017

If you’re looking for a skylight for an existing conservatory, want to replace your conservatory roof or you are going to build one, then you should take a look at our choice of conservatory style skylights from Prestige Roof Lanterns UK.

Conservatory styled skylights are a very English feature to add to your property and our fabulous styles of conservatory skylights, most definitely, reflect English history, design and culture.

Whether you opt for Victorian roof lights more contemporary roof light design, you’ll be sure to add sophistication and elegance to your home.

Conservatory skylights tend to have an appearance that is more like a roof lantern, allowing a lot of light to radiate into your home and warm the whole room of your conservatory.

Take a look at 5 of our top choices of conservatory style skylights below:

Octagonal Skylight

Octagonal skylights make for a central feature of a property and allow a considerable amount of sunlight into your home.

Available in various sizes and glass panel configurations, your octagonal skylight can be designed to suit your bespoke specifications. The octagonal skylight design can also be produced as a domed skylight option.

Traditional Victorian Skylight

You can’t get much more historically ‘English’ than a traditional Victorian skylight. Not only do Victorian roof lights have cultural appeal, they allow a significant amount of natural light into your home and have luxury appeal.

Hardwood Roof Skylights

Hardwood roof skylights from Prestige Roof Lanterns UK can be designed however you like, and are a popular choice of conservatory style skylight, no matter what style of property you live in.

Hardwood roof skylights can be designed to be contemporary or traditional in style and that is part of the reason why they are so popular amongst a range of property owners.

Pool Enclosure Skylight

Pool enclosure skylights are a great covering for swimming pools, whether you are a commercial building like a hotel or leisure centre, or you have a pool installed in your domestic property.

Pool enclosure skylights can help warm your swimming pool and are, therefore, generally an energy-efficient roofing choice, as well as a truly magnificent aesthetically-pleasing addition to a property.

Replacement Skylight

If you have small domed skylights or small skylights as part of your conservatory and would like to make more of a feature of your conservatory roof, then you may want to consider a replacement skylight from Prestige Roof Lanterns UK. Simple and cost-effective to install, replacement skylights can genuinely enhance your conservatory extension for prestige appeal.

Roof Lantern Examples - Traditional and Wood - Installed in London-Kent-Surrey

Additional Benefits of Conservatory Style Skylights

In addition to the aesthetic appeal and historical significance of conservatory style skylights, they offer a range of practical benefits that make them a worthwhile investment for homeowners:

  • Enhanced Natural Light: Conservatory style skylights flood your conservatory with natural light, creating a bright and airy atmosphere that is both inviting and uplifting. This abundance of natural light can also help to reduce reliance on artificial lighting, saving you money on energy bills.

  • Improved Energy Efficiency: Modern conservatory style skylights are designed with energy efficiency in mind, featuring high-performance glazing that helps to trap heat in the winter and keep the conservatory cool in the summer. This can significantly reduce heating and cooling costs, making your conservatory a more cost-effective addition to your home.

  • Increased Ventilation: Conservatory style skylights can be opened to provide ventilation, allowing fresh air to circulate throughout the conservatory and prevent condensation buildup. This is particularly important during warm weather months when the conservatory is more likely to be used.

  • Enhanced Property Value: Installing conservatory style skylights can add to the curb appeal and value of your property. The combination of natural light, improved energy efficiency, and aesthetic appeal makes conservatory style skylights a sought-after feature for potential buyers.

  • Reduced Energy Consumption: The ability to trap heat in the winter and keep the conservatory cool in the summer helps to minimize energy consumption for heating and cooling, reducing the environmental impact of your home.

  • Natural Light Enhancement: By maximizing natural light, conservatory style skylights reduce the reliance on artificial lighting, further lowering energy consumption and minimizing greenhouse gas emissions.

  • Water Heater Efficiency: Pool enclosure skylights can help to warm swimming pools, which can reduce the energy consumption of pool heaters.

  • Renewable Energy Integration: Solar panels can be integrated with conservatory style skylights to generate electricity, further contributing to a sustainable home energy strategy.

Roof Lantern Examples - Traditional and Wood - Installed in London-Kent-Surrey

Factors to Consider When Choosing Conservatory Style Skylights

When selecting conservatory style skylights for your home, there are several factors to consider:

  • Style: Choose a style that complements the overall design of your conservatory and your home’s architecture. Traditional Victorian skylights are ideal for period properties, while contemporary skylights offer a more modern aesthetic.

  • Size: Consider the size of your conservatory and the amount of light you want to bring in. Larger skylights will provide more light, but smaller skylights may be more suitable for smaller conservatories or for creating a more focused light source.

  • Glazing: Opt for high-performance glazing that offers good thermal insulation and energy efficiency. Consider additional features such as self-cleaning glass or solar control glass to further enhance the performance of your skylights.

  • Installation: Ensure that your skylights are installed by experienced professionals to guarantee proper functionality and long-term performance.

Maintenance and Care of Conservatory Style Skylights

To ensure the long-term performance and beauty of your conservatory style skylights, regular maintenance is essential:

  • Glazing Cleaning: Regularly clean the glazing to maintain its clarity and prevent the buildup of dirt, dust, and pollen.

  • Water Flow Testing: Check the drainage system of your skylights to ensure proper water flow and prevent overflow during heavy rainfall.

  • Sealant Inspection: Inspect the sealant around your skylights for any cracks or damage that could compromise the weatherproofing of the skylights.

  • Annual Inspection: Schedule an annual inspection of your skylights by a qualified professional to ensure their proper functioning and identify any potential issues early on.

Contact Prestige Roof Lanterns UK for Expert Guidance

Prestige Roof Lanterns UK: Your Trusted Partner for Conservatory Style Skylights

Prestige Roof Lanterns UK is committed to providing high-quality conservatory-style skylights that meet the needs of homeowners seeking to enhance the beauty, energy efficiency, and sustainability of their homes.

Our experienced team will work closely with you to understand your specific requirements and ensure that you receive the perfect skylights for your conservatory.

Visit our website or contact us today to learn more about our range of conservatory-style skylights and how we can help you transform your conservatory into a brighter, more inviting, and sustainable space.


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