A Guide To Buying The Right DIY Conservatory
Many home owners decide to build a DIY conservatory because they need more living space and this is a more viable option than moving home.
Families may find that they have started to outgrow the property they are in and they require additional living space, by installing a DIY conservatory they are able to overcome this problem. Other home owners just want to create an additional room within their property this may be for dining, relaxing or working.
Whatever the reason you have for adding a DIY conservatory it will add value, space and style to your home. So which style conservatory is right for you? Many people already know exactly what style they want but for others they need a bit of guidance.
A lot will depend on the size of your property and garden, keeping the conservatory in proportion with the house and land is a key factor to getting the build right. Building the biggest conservatory you can is not the best choice if it over shadows your property and leaves you very little garden space. Marking out the area with polythene will help you access how much space you will be gaining for living and losing from the garden.
This style of conservatory brings a grandeur style to your home; its high up front flat panel on the roof gives the room additional height and a feeling of more room. The floor area is either square or rectangular the same as the Edwardian conservatory. This style of conservatory was the typical style used during 1760 – 1820.
In our opinion this is the most popular conservatory you can buy, it is very versatile making it suitable for most property types. It typically has a bay front giving it a curved appearance.
This style of conservatory has a square or rectangular floor space often built with a small dwarf wall; it has a pitched roof which makes it look good on modern and older properties. They are a very popular choice.
A simple and clean looking conservatory which is often a popular choice for bungalows due to the fact the roof is variable and can be fitted under the bungalows roof. Rectangular in shape with a sloping roof the lean to makes this a perfect choice when space is limited.
A made to measure and totally personalised option available in all the styles mentioned above and can also be made in P and T shaped.