The design and materials used for conservatories have both improved significantly in the last decade or so. No longer are conservatories suitable for use during certain periods as they are too cold in winter and too hot in summer – you should be able to make use of your conservatory all year round.
Having your conservatory refurbished is now an extremely popular option that plenty of homeowners have undertaken.
It’s a cost-effective way of ‘rescuing’ your old, tired conservatory and re-claiming the extra room as you originally intended. It’s both easy and cost-effective to bring your conservatory up to date and make it habitable once more. There are many measures that can be taken so make sure you can spend comfortable time in your conservatory twelve months a year.
Old conservatories used to be built using polycarbonate but that is rarely the case these days. New technology exists – such as self-cleaning glass – which helps to provide advanced levels of heat retention without significantly adding to the maintenance required to keep your conservatory in good order.
You can also change the look of your conservatory with a range of plastered soffits and superb-looking down lighters. This will really bring your old conservatory into the twenty-first century.
When it comes to transforming your conservatory there really is an endless range of options available to you. Consult with us, and we’ll assess the state of your current conservatory and give pertinent advice on how you can improve its condition.
Transform your space so it appears lighter and brighter, or alter your existing roof design to replace it with a pitched roof.
Your options are limitless, and are much more cost-efficient than paying to have a brand new conservatory installed.