Wooden conservatories provide an affordable and beautiful option to expand your home. Whether you want to add more living space, want to bring in more natural light to your house or just dream of relaxing in your garden all day, wood conservatory are the right solution for all your needs. Wood is a classic and timeless material that has stood the test of time and can enhance any home. It’s also relatively cheap to buy and can be made to fit into any style of home. The first step to getting one installed is to find a conservatory supplier in your area and discuss your ideas and plans for building a conservatory. Conservatories come in all shapes and sizes, so take your time to find a company who can build one that meets both your needs and budget.
Wooden conservatories don’t have to be square wooden conservatories. For those with a more modern look they can be built in round modules with wooden doors and skirting boards, or they can be more traditionally designed. Most suppliers will be able to provide you with the information you need to work out the size and style of timber conservatory you’ll require. A well chosen conservatory will complement the look of your house and property and give your family or guests a chance to enjoy the outdoors without having to worry about bugs or insects getting in.
Conservatories fitted with skirting boards and timber doors have the advantage of allowing air circulation, which can help keep your heating and cooling bills down. If you’re looking for extra space in your house to relax or entertain then you should consider having a conservatory built. Conservatories are also beneficial for those with small children who want a place for them to play outside. With double glazing panels on the roof vents allow fresh air to enter the house and keep temperatures at an optimum level. For those building a new home it’s important to fit it in the correct area, as it needs to fit in with your neighbours and existing buildings. Wooden conservatories that are built at the back are particularly useful because they don’t block the main road.
Glazed windows are a vital part of wooden conservatories and can enhance their energy efficiency by saving you money on your heating and cooling bills. Double glazed windows are available in a wide range of styles and colors, so you can match your conservatory to its surroundings and its existing windows. Double glazed windows are made with special resins and can be sealed to keep heat in during winter and out in the summer. In the winter they help to maintain a comfortable temperature in your house, and help to regulate the inside temperature of your home during the day. A modern, fully glazed window is highly efficient and has very little energy use, which makes it cost effective.
Conservatories can be built to cater for all your needs, from a relaxation space to a grand entertaining space, by using different types of materials. Solid wooden conservatories made from cedar or pine are popular and give the garden a warm and rich feel. During the summer they are great for entertaining guests and for having an outdoor bar. If you have a large family, wooden conservatories with additional sitting rooms can be fitted for additional sleeping space.
Wood is a major benefit of wooden conservatories, however it is important to check planning permission before incorporating a conservatory. It’s worth seeking planning permission if you are intending to include a family space in your design. Planning permission will also help ensure that your conservatory meets all local council requirements and codes. Before you start building, you should find out if you will need to get planning permission and if you will have to put it on your property line. It may be worth consulting with a planner to find out what planning authority is nearest to your planned conservatory and how much it could cost.