Adding Value to Your Property

There are several ways to add value to your home including building an extension, fitting a new kitchen or having a loft conversion. But probably one of the most profitable ways of improving and adding value and space to your home is to build a Conservatory or Garden Room.

The addition of a conservatory enables you to make the most of the garden, whether it’s raining or not. It also allows you to fully appreciate the summer months whilst indoors. They also look and feel incredibly comfortable and inviting, so it’s easy to understand their popularity.

conservatory styles 

Best of all this is an extension that is quicker and cheaper, from order to completion in only a matter of weeks. The other benefit is also that most conservatories are exempt from planning permission and building regulations. In recent years there has been a change in conservatory buyer habits. Consumers want to use their conservatory all year round – through the hottest summer or the coldest winter, and want a room to fit in with their lifestyle needs – whether you require full height walls, a shaded roof, an extension to the kitchen, a new family room or somewhere to just sit and watch TV, eat or even study.

With developments in energy efficient, solar reflective glass technology, double and triple glazing, improved profiles and beading to reduce condensation and noise as well as improved wall insulation a whole new generation of conservatory options are now available.

Conservatory styles

There are six classic conservatory styles that are still the most popular choices for conservatory buyers:

Victorian style

A popular style distinguished by a faceted front, giving a curved appearance. This is a particular favourite with period properties.

victorian conservatory style

Georgian style

A flat-fronted style that offers excellent use of floor space due to the square or rectangular internal shape. Its sloping roof and contemporary style is suited to the majority of property styles.

georgian conservatory style

Gable style

A gable fronted conservatory adds a sense of grandeur to any home. Feature the same rectangular floor space as a Georgian, a gable offers excellent use of internal space.

gable conservatory

Lean-to style

For properties with little room under the eaves or for those homeowners that prefer a clean simple look, a lean-to conservatory is the ideal choice. The roof pitch can be varied offering versatility and flexibility.

lean to conservatory style

Lantern style

The ‘original’ conservatory style offering a feel of drama and grandeur. Distinguished by the two-tiered feature roof, the height within a Lantern adds an extra dimension to the feeling of light and space.

lantern style

Orangery style

High, ornate glazed roofs and full height walls create renaissance grandeur which for centuries has been seen as the ultimate conservatory structure for the home.

georgian style

For further information about the full range of Evolution Orangeries and Garden Rooms please contact our Customer Services on 01767 821548.

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