In the Essex and Hertfordshire areas, space is at a premium. Property prices are some of the highest in the country and many people decide to add space via a conservatory to their current homes rather than moving. There is no doubt about it, a well build and well-designed conservatory can add both value and style to your home as well as providing extra living space.
Conservatories Suffolk, Essex and Herts are many of the areas of England where you can create a stunning conservatory that is just right for you and your home. It is important to find a design of conservatory that you like and one that works best with what your home has to offer. The right design will promote your garden showing off its best features and give you a perfect, relaxing outlook from inside your home to the outside world.
There are many types, sizes and styles of conservatories available. It all depends on what sized area you have to place your conservatory. A larger garden area will of course give you more options, but even a small garden can benefit from a conservatory, as the extra light and space will complement any home. Having a well-built conservatory is an asset to any home.
Many people today use their conservatory as a separate dining area. It makes a nice separate space that is generally close to the kitchen to enjoy your dining time. Options such as roof lights and folding and sliding doors make a nice change to the standard conservatory designs.
By incorporating glass into your dining room creates not only a light and airy space to entertain guests as well as enjoying family dinners together, but a well-built conservatories glass with help to retain heat in the winter months, with the option of opening your doors or windows in the warmer months to let in fresh air.
Changes to Designs
Conservatories are no longer a room just added on to your house to give it space. The last 10 years has seen many improvements to the styles of conservatories with their now being no boundaries other than your own on what can be achieved.
Traditional conservatories were mostly only made from UPVc, however now there is the added option of using aluminium and glass as well as having them built to any shape, colour and glazing option to suit your house and garden. The conservatory is now created and designed around your home and your lifestyle and not the other way around.
Conservatories Suffolk, Essex and Herts are growing areas that enjoy the large range of conservatories on offer. Companies such as Castle Glass have been installing conservatories for many years and are a reliable and trustworthy company to deal with. They are more than happy to help you with any questions you may have so why not give them a call to find out what they can do for you to give you that extra space you desire.