Double Glazed Conservatories

You have landed on the page because you are either thinking about or have decided you want a double glazed conservatory. Either way “double glazing 4windows” will provide all the information and assistance you need to help you make the right choice.

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Having a double glazed conservatory as part of your home has obvious benefits. A double glazed Conservatory costs are typically around £12,000, but when you consider the chances are that you will not need planning permission, and that a conservatory, if built and designed properly, can look aesthetically better than a single story extension, then its not surprising that conservatories are more popular than ever.

A conservatory can allow you to enjoy your outdoor space even when the weather usually would confine you to remain indoors. The economic climate is not at its best and the opportunity to save money, whilst also increasing the quality of your home life, the value of your home, a conservatory can be a great addition to your home. With recent news suggesting that a conservatory could raise the value of a property by five per cent, many are now thought to be considering adding one.

A double glazed Conservatory should always be designed to enhance your home as much as possible, from both the outside and inside. Location and size of the double glazed Conservatory are very important. You need to take into consideration the existing layout of your home. If the kitchen is at the back of the house, have the design of your double glazed Conservatory to doubles up as a dining room or a breakfast room. If your living room is at the back of the house and faces the garden, a Lean 2 conservatory (sunroom) should be considered to enhance the use of the garden and allow more light into your living area.

As you know a Double Glazed Conservatory is a bright, airy environment, but adjoining rooms in your home will also benefit from extra light. This effect can be maximised by choosing a double glazed Conservatory with a glass roof. This will allow the maximum amount of light into your home, adding to the sense of space.

Types of Conservatories…………………..
Victorian Conservatory

Victorian Conservatory

Were the most popular style of conservatory and very cost effective. Victorian conservatories can have polycarbonate or glass roof. French doors or patio door to the side and a dwarf wall , you can also have floor to ceiling glass making this conservatory a pleasure to own. To find out how much this style pf conservatory would cost on your house click Victorian conservatory Quotation now.

Edwardian Conservatory

Edwardian Conservatory

Becoming the most popular type of conservatory sold today, The Edwardian conservatory will give you that added space as they do not have the fascists like Victorian conservatories. This modern, Edwardian conservatory, can have polycarbonate or glass roof. French doors or patio door to the front or side and a dwarf wall you can also have floor to ceiling glass. To find out how much this conservatory would cost click Edwardian Conservatory Quotation now.

Gable front Conservatory

Gable front conservatory

With their large front the gable Front conservatory give dramatic use of light and space This conservatory can have polycarbonate or glass roof. French doors or patio door to the front or side and a dwarf wall, You can also have floor to ceiling glass To find out how much this conservatory would cost on your house click Gable front conservatory Quotation now

Lean-To Conservatory

Lean to conservatory

The Lean 2 style conservatory is sometimes referred to as a Garden It will normally be either square of rectangular with a sloping roof. For people on a budget a Lean 2 style is an extremely cost-effective way of adding more space to your property. This conservatory can have polycarbonate or glass roof. French doors or patio door to the front or side,It is normally floor to ceiling glass but can come with a dwarf wall To find out how much this conservatory would cost on your house click Lean to conservatory Quotation now