Fri. Jul 12th, 2024

A conservatory is a beautiful addition to any home that will bring added light and space. They can be used for a variety of purposes, from sitting rooms to dining areas and can be enjoyed all year round.

Originally, conservatories were built to protect citrus trees and other tender plants from harsh winter weather. They later evolved to become a space that is both a greenhouse and a sunroom. The term conservatory can also be applied to free-standing glass buildings in botanical gardens, such as the ‘The Glass House’ at Oxford University Botanic Garden or ‘The Nash Conservatory’ at Kew Gardens.

The modern conservatory has come a long way from the linear structure of older models, which are now highly sophisticated and can be customised to suit any taste or purpose. They are constructed from the finest uPVC materials and are designed to be low maintenance, energy efficient and comfortable all year round. There is a vast range of styles and colours to choose from, so you are sure to find a conservatory that will enhance your property.

Many homeowners are looking for ways to add extra living space without the expense and hassle of moving house. A new conservatory will provide the perfect solution as it can be tailored to match your existing house design. It will also help to reduce energy bills and create a warm, cosy and inviting space for family and friends to enjoy.

A uPVC conservatory will not only add space, but it will also increase the value of your home. It is a great alternative to an extension as it can be built without the need for planning permission. In addition, you can save on electricity and heating costs as uPVC is very insulating. Furthermore, a uPVC conservatory will look great for years to come and requires very little maintenance, so you can spend your time enjoying the additional space without worrying about its condition.

AQW can offer a wide range of styles and hardware to ensure your new conservatory will perfectly complement your home. We can even help you re-purpose an existing conservatory by transforming it into a temperature controlled room.

Lean-to conservatories are a popular choice for bungalows as they can be constructed with either a shallow or steep pitch roof. The shallow pitched roof works well with bungalows and two-storey homes while the steeper roof is more suited to two-storey properties.

Gable ended conservatories are a perfect way to accentuate the front of your property and add a touch of grandeur. They feature a pronounced front elevation and can be fitted with single or double doors as well as roof windows to maximise the amount of natural light that enters the room.

If you are thinking of adding a conservatory to your home, get in touch with us today to see how we can help. Our expert designers will be able to advise you on the perfect style and finish for your project. We will also give you a competitive quote for the work. conservatories cardiff

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