Extend your home with one of our uPVC Conservatories and get a new outlook on life. A Conservatory is more than use another room: it’s a room with a view…
Our choice of traditional and contemporary designs, uPVC colours, finishes and window and door styles is simply second to none, If you need advice, just ask. Our consultants will be delighted to create a design sympathetic to your property, your living requirements and, of course, budget.
Deciding which style of conservatory is right for you is fun – but there are some key things to consider. Use our tips to help get everything just right…
What do you hope to get out of your new room? Will it be a study perhaps? Or a play-room? An office? Or maybe just an extra space to relax in. Whatever you choose, its use will determine how large you need your new space to be, and which layout will best accommodate your needs.
Your new space should fit seamlessly with your lifestyle. Materials such as uPVC are incredibly hardwearing and low maintenance. No need for step ladders and re-painting, oil on the hinges and wipe down every now and again will keep your conservatory looking like new.
Think about the position of your conservatory. Those that face South will receive the most sun during the day. If this is the case, you may need to consider extra ventilation and possibly blinds in order to block out some of the harsher rays.
Once you’ve made a decision on your design , it might be best to the dimensions of both your house and your garden. A conservatory should be an extension of your current living space, and shouldn’t take up valuable garden space.
New advancements have been made to ensure the glass used in conservatories works its hardest for the homeowner. Keeping you cooler in the Summer and warmer in the Winter means a conservatory isn’t just a seasonal room.
6. Planning Permission
If you’re building a conservatory in England or Wales, you will not usually need planning permission. However, it is always better to be safe than sorry. If you are in any doubt always check as early as you can with your local council.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.