Install a new conservatory for the summer

February 3rd, 2012

What better way to enjoy this year’s summer than with a new conservatory. As January is now behind us it’s time to look forward to the warmer months ahead and with many styles to choose from, you can find the right conservatory for you.

And there are plenty of options, starting with the material that’s used to manufacture the conservatory. For a strong, durable and weather resistant conservatory there are three main materials, uPVC, hardwood and aluminium. All three have their own individual benefits and on most occasions it’s personal preference. However, you will find properties in Conservation Areas and World heritage Sites choose hardwood as it’s more likely to be granted planning permission.

Whatever your budget, you’ll be able to find something that’s convenient and aesthetically pleasing. uPVC tends to be the cheapest of those available but doesn’t lack in quality. To an extent it holds more benefits than a hardwood conservatory as it won’t rot or warp over time and needs little maintenance.

The style of conservatory also poses many possibilities, with the traditional Victorian and Edwardian being particularly popular. They often have a very similar look to orangeries, with an elegant feel. Modern styles include the bespoke and lean-to conservatory.

With so many options it means any property can have a conservatory constructed to add space and light to the home. The use of a conservatory depends on the occupants, but a kitchen or extra living space is often the conservatory’s role of choice.

A conservatory allows you to enjoy the beauty of outside and gives you a quick access point to the garden. A conservatory would make even better use of your garden if you were to step out on to a patio area.

If you feel a conservatory could revolutionise your home, as well as increasing your property’s value, why not complete our simple quick quote form. We’ll provide you with up to five FREE, no obligation quotes from local, vetted companies.