When used correctly, conservatories can increase the value of your house and make it more comfortable. They’re a great place to escape from the hustle and bustles of everyday life, or if you want your guests’ visits memorable, they’ll love it! In addition, they are the perfect way to bring more functionality and style into your home. When you’re looking into building or renovating your conservatory, there are a lot of factors to consider. We’ve put together this list so that all the important information is right in one place and easy for you.
Location is Key
When you’re looking at your options, this is one of the most important aspects to consider. Conservatories are typically found in the back of your house, often near or connected to a patio. This can be an excellent option, as it allows you to get a stunning view of your back garden. However, in many houses, it may be most beneficial to have your conservatory installed at the side, or even the front, of your house. You should check with your local council before going ahead and starting the building process because it may require planning permission.
If you want your home to be stylish and well-designed, it’s important that the design is cohesive. What’s the point in having such an eye-catching structure if it sticks out like a sore thumb? The variety of conservatories on offer is vast and diverse, graduating from Victorian-style homes to more modern styles.
We have an expert team that can help you seamlessly integrate your design into the space. We are more than happy to visit your home and help you design a conservatory that matches the style of architecture in your house.
Feeling Hot Hot Hot
We know that your conservatory is an important space, so we want to make sure it serves its function, meaning it should be suitable for use all year long, no matter the weather or temperature. Conservatories are often seen as being too hot in the summer and cold during winter. Modern technology has done away with this problem once and for all! Your conservatory installer will help you choose the best heating and ventilation systems for your needs. Consider insulating your roof tiles to help you stay warm in the winter, and maybe even invest in some blinds for when it’s too hot outside.