The conservatory has never been in higher demand as it is at the moment. The dawn of summer partly explains this sudden explosion of interest in this most beautiful form of home extension that beautifully blends together interior and exterior spaces.
If you’re also in the pro-conservatory camp then we recommend you take the following 4 suggestions on-board to help you get the perfect conservatory:
1. Find the right installer
This is your first, and some would arguably say, most important job. Whilst you do still hear the odd horror story, the vast majority of home improvement companies are trustworthy and possess the necessary expertise. Mention to family and friends that you’re thinking of installing a conservatory and they may suggest a firm they’ve utilised themselves. Take the initiative and read up on the credentials of local installers online too.
2. View previous projects
Once you have appointed a home improvement specialist ask them if you can view a portfolio of their work to see which styles of conservatory may suit your home best. You will notice that the Lean-To conservatory integrates wonderfully well into bungalows and homes with a low-pitched roof, whereas the Victorian and Edwardian conservatories complement the larger abode.
3. Decide on its functionality
The additional space a conservatory delivers can be utilised in a number of ways. An extra lounge or dining area is an obvious option. You could also have it as the main setting for keeping fit, completing work duties or letting the kids run riot inside with their favourite toys and games. There really is no limit to what you can do in a conservatory.
4. Choose the right finish
Your conservatory should look like a natural extension of your house, rather than something that has been retrospectively added to it. The finish you choose will largely determine whether that is the case, so find a colour that matches up successfully with your windows, doors and the brickwork of your house.
Do you still feel overawed at the prospect of finding the right conservatory? Don’t be. With Amber, you’re in the safest of hands.
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