Are you thinking about building a new conservatory for your home? Well, then you have certainly come to the right place. Adding a conservatory to your property is a fantastic choice. It can provide a place to relax, read a great book and of course, enjoy the sun. But it’s also a big decision and there are actually a few different design options that you can consider. Let’s explore some of the possibilities and determine which could be the right choice for you. Continue reading
Conservatories have been around since the seventeenth century, back then they were stone buildings that boasted more glass than a ‘normal’ room. They were enjoyed only by the wealthy and it was only really during the Victorian period that they started to gain popularity. It was in the 1970’s that we started to see conservatories really take off. They became accessible to all and started to be common place in homes across the UK. Continue reading
There are few people who don’t enjoy the outdoors at all. Even those who can’t think of anything worse than a long hike away from their home comforts will still enjoy pottering in their garden or sitting outside with a drink on a lounger in the sunshine. Unfortunately with the UK’s weather being as unpredictable as it is, spending time outside in the garden isn’t always something we can do as often as we’d like. Continue reading
Now that spring has sprung and some sunnier weather has arrived, you can’t help but let your mind wander towards those gorgeous hot summer days that are hopefully on the way. If you really want to make the most of those fleeting summer months, too, you might just want to consider the possibility of adding a conservatory to your home. Continue reading
Home improvement has become a popular pastime in recent years, with more and more people trying to take advantage of property booms to sell their houses, or buying cheap homes in order to redevelop them to make a profit. Continue reading
The history of conservatories in England really begins in the seventeenth century. They were mostly stone buildings with slightly more glass in them than usual. Continue reading
One of the reasons people choose a conservatory is to let in as much light as possible to create that inside outside feeling. That is why the type of conservatory windows you have is so important. You of course want to let the light in, but what you don’t want is to let the heat out either.