Complete Conservatory design and installation Birmingham

All AJS conservatories benefit from superb appearance, slim sightlines and outstanding thermal performance at an affordable price

AJS Window Installations Limited offer high quality conservatory design, manufacture and installation at value for money prices. We pride ourselves on the quality of our service and huge range of available conservatory designs and build options available to increase your living space. All AJS conservatories benefit from superb appearance, slim sightlines and outstanding thermal performance. There are now more options than ever before when it comes to adding space and light to your home. Whether you need a family space, a home office or simply somewhere to sit and enjoy your garden. We have the skilled workforce to complete all the necessary work involved in adding a new conservatory to your Birmingham home. Including planning, brickwork and electrics. So from start to finish AJS Window Installations Limited are the only people you need to work with. Potentially saving you time and money.

The Benefits

A great addition would be a conservatory on terraced house, providing a light-filled and spacious area that can be used for a variety of purposes. These versatile structures are perfect for entertaining guests, relaxing with family or simply enjoying the view of your garden. They also provide excellent insulation, keeping your home energy efficient and reducing energy bills.


When it comes to conservatory windows and doors, there are a wide variety of options available. From traditional styles to modern designs. You can choose the perfect window or door that matches your home’s aesthetic and provides the desired privacy level. For those with smaller properties, there is also a range of small conservatory terraced house options that are designed to fit snugly. These conservatories usually feature fewer windows, which can help reduce energy bills while still providing a beautiful outdoor living space.

No matter the size of your terraced home, adding a conservatory is an ideal way to make the most of your outdoor space. Providing additional insulation and comfort. With a variety of window and door options available. You can create the perfect conservatory space that perfectly complements your home.

Types of Conservatories

One of the most popular types of conservatories is terraced house conservatory. As the name implies, this style of conservatory typically adjoins a terraced house. With one side of the structure being connected to the terrace. This type of conservatory is typically smaller in size and offers an intimate space for entertaining guests or relaxing during the summer months.


Another type of conservatory is a detached conservatory. This style of structure stands separate from any other structures, such as terraced houses or detached garages. These types of conservatories are typically larger and offer more space for activities such as entertaining guests or enjoying some peace and quiet during the summer months. Detached conservatories can also be customized with features such as terraces, decks, and patios.


No matter which type of conservatory you choose, it is important to ensure that the structure meets all local building regulations and is of high quality in order to maximize its lifespan. A well-constructed conservatory can be an ideal addition to any terraced or detached home, providing a comfortable space for entertaining guests and enjoying the outdoors. It is essential to consider all of the different types of conservatories available before making a decision in order to ensure that you choose the best one for your needs. Alternatively, if you have uncertainties, you can contact us today.

Edwardian Conservatory for your Birmingham home

A very popular type of conservatory, making the best use of space with the option for doors on any side. The versatility and affordability of the Edwardian conservatory design make it the UK homeowner’s most popular choice. The Edwardian style has a square fronted projection which maximises the available space in your new conservatory. Capturing the elegant and dignified simplicity of the Edwardian architectural style, this type of conservatory is often the most appropriate way to extend your home. Edwardian conservatories create practical space whether small or large and are a great way to extend you and your family’s enjoyment of your garden throughout the year.

Lean-To & Gable Ended Conservatory for your Birmingham home

The Lean to or Gable Ended conservatory is one of the most traditional types of conservatory, known also as a Sun Lounge Conservatory. The Lean-To & Gable Ended conservatory is often chosen for its well suited shape which maximises the light from the sun. This type of conservatory is a wonderfully simple style with an elegance all of its own. Lean-to conservatories often run in straight lines along the back of a house. The ends of the Lean-to can be finished vertically or with either one or two hops (slopes) at the ends. Both these types of conservatories maximise the available space created.

Victorian Conservatory for your Birmingham home

The Victorian conservatory is the most popular type of conservatory, a stylish choice with its pitched roof and curved appearance. Available in a 3 facet or a 5 facet design for the ultimate curve appeal. has a faceted projection that gives a distinct and interesting look to your conservatory. Available in 3 and 5 faceted versions, a Victorian-style conservatory extends gently into any garden space. Whether a simple 3 x 3 addition to your house or a grand edifice reminiscent of the large country house orangeries of the Victorians, this style of conservatory is a great way to add extra light and airy space to your home.

P-Shaped Conservatory for your Birmingham home

The P Shaped conservatory is basically a combination of two conservatory types, to form a larger extension to your property. There are many ways to combine conservatory types for that ultimate bespoke effect. P-Shaped conservatories allow you to create multifunctional spaces that look as impressive from the outside as they do from within. Often extending along the back or side of a house, the projection can be in any of the usual conservatory styles; Victorian, Edwardian, or Gable Ended. The leg of the P-Shape can either be finished vertically or width a slope called a hip to the roof. This style of conservatory gives you the greatest freedom to create the space you’ve dreamt of.