Understanding The Different Types Of Conservatories

There are many ways to improve or extend your home yet one of the most popular is undoubtedly to install a luxurious conservatory. The problem for most people is that they are not fully aware of just how many different styles of conservatory there are to choose from. This guide looks at the top styles of conservatories that are available and how each one will benefit your home.

Edwardian Conservatory

This is the most popular style of conservatory sold in the UK due to its rectangular shape and efficient use of space which means you get the most for your money. This is a very good choice for those who want extra space in their home rather than add a piece of modern design onto their home; it is in effect the practical choice of conservatory that offers a great compromise between style and usefulness.

Bespoke Conservatory

If you want to really show off your style then there is no better choice than a bespoke conservatory; it can be tailored to perfectly fit your home and can enhance the overall look of your property both inside and out. This style of conservatory can incorporate the finishings of an Edwardian conservatory but will be shaped exactly how you want it to be designed. Personalised colour options can further increase the individuality of your conservatory and ensure that you stand out in your neighbourhood.

Veranda Conservatory

If you want the very best in modern design and engineering then there is only one choice; the veranda conservatory is in many ways the ultimate home improvement. It is an incredible blend between a glass extension, a traditional conservatory and a veranda; the end result is simply stunning. In effect you have a beautiful glass covered outdoor seating area and an internal space which is dominated by a large overhanging glass roof.

Aluminium Conservatory

A newer type of conservatory that is becoming increasingly common in the UK is the aluminium conservatory. Due to the construction materials that are used it is possible to make them far larger than a traditional UPVC conservatory. They are also able to support more glass which can increase the amount of sunlight that enters your new open space. The best feature of aluminium is that it can be installed in any colour you want which gives you great control over how your home looks. If you are interested in conservatories in Maidenhead, conservatories in Milton Keynes or conservatories in Oxford then aluminium may be the style for you.


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