There are different design options available to homeowners who want to add a conservatory, but some have a difficult time choosing from the many designs for Essex conservatories that are available. In addition, there are many different types of materials to build your conservatory from, including wood, aluminium and uPVC, (which is unplasticised polyvinyl chloride).
Styles of Essex conservatories
These are just some of the different styles to choose from:
- Victorian conservatories
- Edwardian conservatories
- Contemporary conservatories
When choosing a style for Essex conservatories, the style of the home it is being added to needs to be taken into consideration. The style and materials you choose should complement your home and not detract from it. If you’re not sure, experts at a conservatory fitting company can give you design ideas that will be the best suited for your particular site, style of home and advise you on the advantages of one material over another.
Materials for Essex conservatories
There are a few different choices of material available for Essex conservatories.
Unplasticised polyvinyl chloride, known as uPVC, is a low-maintenance material that is available in a variety of colours. In some cases, matching existing window trim might be a consideration and it is frequently used in newer, energy-efficient double glazing replacement windows.
Aluminium is another popular choice that is lightweight, yet strong and some homeowners prefer the look of hardwood framing for their conservatory.
Material choices can make the difference in the appearance of the finished conservatory and is an important consideration for your Essex conservatory.
Planning your Essex conservatory
Whether you choose a Victorian conservatory with elaborate detail or you prefer more modern conservatories, it is important that you consider the purpose of the room and the type of atmosphere you wish to create. While it used to be that a conservatory was primarily used as a greenhouse, they have since become a popular family gathering place and an important room for entertaining. The increase in your home’s value can be worth the investment you make in your conservatory. Essex glaziers will be able to help you make the right decisions to get the best out of this new addition to your home.
There are many designs to choose from and some homeowners will have their Essex conservatory built by custom-design. If you have a special garden area you want to view or you need to incorporate views of a particular landmark, a conservatory can be specially designed to fit your particular needs and lot characteristics.
When choosing a design, the conservatory design company can visit your home and make recommendations based on the style of your home, the size of your building site and the budget limitations you may be faced with. Make sure you choose a reputable and established company that offers trained staff that is reliable and professional. Castle Glass can offer you all this and are conveniently based in Essex. Conservatories are an excellent investment that can give you many years of enjoyment.
Call today to find out more about how Castle Glass can help with choosing designs for Essex conservatories.