The traditional conservatory is an ideal way to create a beautiful living space, as well as adding extra functionality and value to your home.
A well designed and built conservatory can be used throughout the year, its important to consider all angles and to work closely with your chosen installer to make sure all your lifestyle needs are met. Here’s a few things to consider before you start your journey:
Will your conservatory be south facing? Do you want your roof to match your existing or a glass to allow more light in? What drainage solution is going to be best for you? There is a solution to suit every home and all these things need to be discussed with your installer during your survey prior to installation.
2. Primary Use
A social family might like a comfortable space to socialise with guests in, while working from home has become the new norm so a light an airy workstation will help productivity. Knowing your conservatory’s main function will ensure you will make the most out of your new investment.
The UK is blessed with unpredictable weather so having good quality glazing will ensure you keep the cold air out and the warm air in. It’s also worth investing in some good blinds- in the summer months they’ll help block out the sun to keep the space cooler and in the winter months act as valuable layer of insulation. That way you have maximum comfort all year round.
Whether you are looking for an orangery, garden room or a traditional conservatory, The Residence Collection offer bespoke spaces designed entirely with you in mind to make the most of your living spaces indoors and out, with a truly beautiful design.
Start your journey today: https://www.residencecollection.co.uk/our-orangeries/
At Residence Collection, we have a range of colours available and can offer everything from timeless classics like Grained White to modern favourites such as Eclectic Grey. Don’t forget, we also offer a dual finish that allows you to find windows and doors that look as good from the inside as they do outside.