For years, our company has been creating first class timber orangeries and conservatories. They are the ideal alternative to all brick or all UPVC installations and can have an incredible design to suit the home. It is our job to provide you with bespoke designs that work with your property to make it stand above the rest. We can create the exact layout you want.
It is easy to fall into some rather large pitfalls when choosing a new extension. You may not think it however and could rush into a decision before you consider everything that could go wrong. Using our extensive knowledge, we are going to make certain this does not happen to you.
How sympathetic is the design?
The first thing you should avoid doing is choosing a style that is unsympathetic. There is a danger of your new conservatory or orangery looking out of place with your home and the area. To stop this, it is better to be selective when it comes to the design. Go for features capable of blending properly with your house’s style.
Don’t ignore your landscaping
It is preferable not to ignore the landscaping either. You will have to clear an area for the groundworks. One of the last things you need here is the room encircling your new space to stay a wasteland once the installation is complete. As a result, you will need to plan the landscaping ahead of time. Focus on producing a seamless connection between garden and extension.
Remember the temperature
Discounting temperature control is also a bad idea. Conservatories that are too hot in summer and freezing in winter are not attractive to anyone. With solar-control glazing, you can reduce the level of heat. This shall aid your room in remaining at an even temperature all year round. In addition, heating from radiators or under the floor will make certain everything stays comfy.
Designing orangeries and conservatories
At Wood & Wisdom, we have mastered the craft of designing orangeries and conservatories sympathetically. This is vital because doing so allows you to gain planning permission for building in a conservation area. It also means they look wonderful once we finish the installation.
If you want to find out more, feel free to contact us.