Install a new conservatory this Christmas and open up space in your home

December 15th, 2011

You wouldn’t think conservatories are top of the Christmas lists in December, which is normally associated as a busy and expensive month as it is. But in the run up to the festive period, installing a new conservatory makes perfect sense and many homes are doing just that.

Also known as orangeries or garden rooms, conservatories open up space in our home and with the right insulation they can be used all year round. This makes conservatories particularly great for Christmas, when you’re likely to have the whole family round and need extra room for guests.

Conservatories offer homes a beautiful extension out onto the garden, which can be enjoyed at all times of the year. This winter, uPVC conservatories have been very popular with their fantastic insulation properties. When combined with double glazing they create the ideal retreat for the colder months.

The double glazed windows help lock heat inside as it can’t pass through the energy efficient gas held between the two panes of glass. Not only does this keep both your home and conservatory warm, but it lowers fuel bills as you won’t need to turn up the boiler.

You’ll even find that conservatory costs will be slightly lower at this time of year, so even if you’re thinking of an addition for next summer it’s worthwhile looking into a conservatory now.

There are many styles to choose, ranging from Edwardian and Victorian, to bespoke and lean-to conservatories. You’ll also find you can choose between the three main construction materials – uPVC, aluminium and hardwood. Each has its own benefits and will match different property styles.

You also have the opportunity to pick any door of your choosing, with bi-folding, patio, uPVC and French doors all available.

If you’re thinking of having a conservatory installed, why not fill in our conservatory quote form and we’ll send you up to three FREE quotes from local, vetted companies.