Conservatories are a brilliant way to expand your home and add valuable square feet to enhance your property. They are available in many different shapes and sizes. Below we have listed the essential parts that you need to consider when buying a conservatory this year.
Before going ahead with your planning, make sure you know what you will be using the space for. Take a look our blog post on ways to transform your conservatory. Once you have decided, be ready to map out a rough plan about how you will get your ideas to fit into your space.
The size of your conservatory is determined by how much more space you want as well as the building space that is available. Take a look at the shape of your property and layout of your garden to determine the size of your conservatory. If you are unsure on what size to go for, you can always get in touch and ask for advice.
There are a wide variety of styles available therefore finding one that compliments your home should be easy. If you get stuck on ideas, the best thing to do is to look at your neighbours homes for inspiration and do some research online into the different styles available for your house type.
When adding a conservatory to your home, you will need to consider the energy efficiency of the materials being used. Not only does it help the environment, but it lowers your energy rating bills. The most common materials used to construct various elements of conservatories are glass, polycarbonate, brick, UPVC and wood. It could be beneficial to talk to an expert to understand which materials would suit your home the most.