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Finishing elements for you new diy conservatory extension

Finishing elements for you new diy conservatory extension
Category: Conservatories
Posted: 12/02/2018 10:49
Synopsis: There are numerous options available to enhance your new conservatory. You need to consider your budget for the project, the location and aspect of your new room and also the intended use of the conservatory once complete. Is it to be an occasional use room, or a dining room that's used every day.

There are numerous options available to enhance your new conservatory. You need to consider your budget for the project, the location and aspect of your new room and also the intended use of the conservatory once complete. Is it to be an occasional use room, or a dining room that's used every day. Do you have a north, East, West or South facing property?. We offer modern and traditional finishes that compliment your home and finishing touches to guarantee a living space you’ll enjoy all year round for many years to come.

What type of windows and roof for your DIY conservatory extension

You need to consider what material to put in the roof and windows of your conservatory. Polycarbonate offers you more privacy as standard, is available in a number of colours and finishes and is the lowest cost option.

If you value energy efficiency, want the best sound insulation and see your conservatory as one where the day light cascades in, then glass is the best option. There are a number of different glass options available at different specifications and prices.

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Heating and Ventilation for your UPVC Conservatory

Heating and ventilation should be added if you truly want to create a room for all seasons. Conservatories (especially those that are south facing) get hot in summer and you should invest in ventilation for the roof in addition to opening windows and doors. Options include specialist roof vents, air conditioning units and fans that all allow you to increase ventilation without compromising the security of your home. In winter the issue is heat as conservatories, by design, have a larger glazing area. Heating can be either hidden under floor, plumbed or wired in.

A quality service on offer from a DIY Conservatory company you can trust

When you choose your conservatory from us you can rest assured you will receive a complete and quality service. What makes us stand out is our attention to detail, combining high tech CAD design, good old fashioned local experience, and common sense. From highly innovative website guides you through the design and installation of your conservatory. We explain all you need to know keeping you informed at every stage of the process. After all this is your ideal conservatory for your home so you will always be in complete control. We will advise you on the best way to achieve your dream and ensure we give you what you want.