Considering Buying a Conservatory? Here are Some Ideas
Purchasing a conservatory can be a big decision. Especially when you have decided that you want to purchase a conservatory for your home. When looking to purchase a conservatory you will want to be sure that the design and style match what you require as a customer.
Here at St Helens Windows, we are more than happy to assist with any questions that you may have. Before considering to purchase a conservatory you may be asking yourself some of the following questions.
- Do I need planning permission for a new conservatory?
- Is the design and style match my current home?
- Will the design and colours I choose match my home in 10 years time?
- Will adding a conservatory increase the value of my home?
- What is the difference between a conservatory and an orangery?
- Can the design be tailored to how I want it?
- Can I have a tiled roof on my conservatory?
With all these questions in mind, it’s always best to consult a home improvement advisor. St Helens Windows are more than happy to help answer any questions you may have in regards to conservatories.
We have listed below the most common styles of conservatories.
Come in octagonal or hexagonal shape with a circle front. This conservatory can provide you with beautiful views of the outdoors. These are great for homeowners who love looking at there garden.
Edwardian the most popular conservatory of them all. Was created centuries ago, the Edwardian has a design that is timeless. These can be easily spotted by there roof and flat walls in the design.
Gable conservatories are better for bigger homes. The gable is very pleasing and provides plenty of room and space for hosting parties and having guests around. Furthermore, they allow a lot of natural light to enter your home.
The lean-to conservatory is more of a compact conservatory. Tailored made for smaller homes and bungalows with low pitched roofs. The lean-to will provide plenty of extra floor space for your home or bungalow.
Bespoke Designed Conservatory
When a customer has a design in mind. We can tailor a bespoke design to there requirements. We give the chance to all of our customers to go bespoke design.
For more information on our conservatories please visit our conservatories page for more detailed information.