Traditional Conservatories In Dorset
Are you looking for traditional conservatories in Dorset to extend your home with? With our conservatories, we provide you with everything you will need for the conservatory, this eliminates the need to shop around for the best deals on windows and doors. By purchasing from us you immediately cut out the middleman and are provided everything you need to be delivered straight to your door, this ensures you get the absolute best value conservatory money can buy. Our traditional conservatories are DIY capable, this means that you are able to build the conservatory yourself. With our detailed instructions, this couldn’t be easier. We have a team that can come out to you to put the conservatory together so if you don’t feel comfortable putting it together yourself, our team will be able to give you that peace of mind.
With our conservatories, you can get many different styles like Lean-To, Side Hipped, Edwardian, Double Hipped, Victorian, Gable End and more! With our conservatories, you can get a choice of bases with it as well. You can have a dwarf wall, full-height glass and full-height raised panels. Each has its own benefits and you can pick whichever you like the most. With the dwarf wall, you can choose the brick that is used on the structure which will allow you to go for a similar colour to your home’s brick colour to make it look like the conservatory is a part of the house and not something separate.
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As well with our conservatories, you can choose the roof that will go on top of your conservatory. If you want to keep that traditional look you can get a glass or polycarbonate roof. But if you want a roof that will be very beneficial to you and bring you lots of great benefits. The first positive feature about the tiled roof is that it has lots of insulation in the roof and will help to make the conservatory much more efficient with the energy it uses.
The other glass and polycarbonate roofs are very good a bringing in natural light to brighten up the conservatory but will also not be as good as keeping the heat inside during the winter and will become overheated in the summer. With the tiled roof although it might block a lot of the sunlight out you can still get skylights installed into the roof and this will help to bring in more natural light.
If you are looking at getting something bigger than a conservatory, we have extensions that are available for purchase these can be much bigger than the conservatories and can also come with a flat roof or a pitched one. These are also very good with energy and can have skylights or sky lanterns inside of the roof.