There is a plethora of benefits to adding a conservatory to your Petts Wood property, including:
Whether you want a home office, a playroom for the kids, or a peaceful haven to unwind, a conservatory can provide extra functional space adaptable for any purpose.
Increased Home Value
Adding a conservatory is a guaranteed way to raise the value of your home, making it a smart long-term investment.
Conservatories are abundant in natural light, boosting your mood and enhancing your overall well-being.
Conning to Nature
With glass walls and roofs, orangeries and conservatories offer a seamless connection to the great outdoors, allowing you to relish your garden and the changing scenery all year round.
Unlike older models, modern conservatories are designed to be energy efficient, with features such as double-glazed windows and insulated roofs and pillars to keep the space warm in winter and cool in summer.
Do You Want to Know More about Petts Wood Conservatory Installation?
Here are some frequently asked questions:
How long will it take to install a conservatory?
Well, it depends! The size and design of the structure will determine the installation time, but most conservatory installations take around one or three weeks.
Is planning permission required or a conservatory in Petts Wood?
As long as the conservatory meets specific criteria, you won’t need planning permission in most cases. These criteria include the structure being less than four metres high and not expanding more than half the width of the house.
Can I use my conservatory in the wintertime?
Yes! Our conservatories are made for all-year-round use. Thanks to their excellent insulation and temperature control materials, you will be comfortable, regardless of outside weather conditions.
How much does a conservatory cost?
It depends on many components, like size, design, materials, and features. A high-quality conservatory may cost anywhere between £10,000-£30,000, so why not contact us to discuss your project and get an exact quote?
Do I need to maintain my conservatory?
Like any other room in your home, a conservatory needs some maintenance to keep it looking good and functioning at its best. Regular upkeep includes cleaning the glass, checking the seals, and keeping the roof free from leaves and other debris.