A conservatory is a great way to add space to your home without the expense of building an extension. It can be used for dining, relaxing, entertaining and horticulture. With modern technologies, conservatories cardiff are also energy efficient and comfortable all year round. Contemporary glass is designed to let in as much sunlight as possible without retaining too much heat, and the use of argon, easy clean coatings, thermal ribbons or thermal breaks help to achieve this.

A new conservatory will not only add value to your property but will create a link between your home and garden. With a choice of designs, styles and hardware you can tailor the conservatory to your home and lifestyle.

The conservatory originated in the 16th century as a way of cultivating citrus fruits brought to Europe by traders from warmer parts of the world. The earliest structures were crude and used pergolas to shade the plants and wood panels to shelter them from the weather. By the 18th century, large glass buildings devoted to horticulture were being built in parks and botanical gardens across the world. Smaller garden conservatories were also being constructed, often dual-function, equally devoted to both horticulture and recreation.

In contemporary construction, a conservatory differs from an orangery in that it must have more than 75% of its roof surface made from glazed glass. Conservatories are also a type of sunroom and can be built using a range of frames including aluminium and PVCu.

The bespoke conservatories Cardiff that we offer come in a variety of shapes and sizes to suit both traditional and modern homes. These include Edwardian style, Victorian, gable ended and p shaped conservatories.

If you have an existing conservatory that is not performing as well as it could, we can refurbish it for you. We can carry out a replacement conservatory roof that will change the appearance of your conservatory and transform the performance of your room. Solid replacement roofs can be used to make your conservatory look like a room in the house, or tiled roofs can be fitted for a more traditional feel.

Adding a new conservatory to your South Wales home can open up a whole host of options for how you use the extra space. It can be used as a family room, for entertaining guests and friends or even as a quiet place to work from home. By letting in more natural light your family will be able to get enough vitamin D, which helps with healthy skin and bones. The additional space can also be a wonderful place for children to relax and play games. Creating an outdoor garden space or adding a patio to the outside of your conservatory will also benefit you and your family. Having somewhere to sit and enjoy the sun can help you relax and unwind after a long day at work. conservatories cardiff

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