Conservatories: All The Advice You Need in 2015

June 4th, 2015

Conservatories are every middle class suburban homeowner’s dream. But it’s not the kind of extension you purchase lightly. While it’ll allow you to lounge in the sunlight like a sizzling lizard in the Amazon rainforest, building a conservatory will cause a month or so of disruption to your home life. Moreover, such an extension requires… Read more »


Can You Add A Conservatory To A Listed Building?

February 28th, 2014

Any property that is either Grade I or Grade II listed is considered to be of architectural significance or merit. The likelihood is that the building is also at least a hundred years old, which means that as the present owner, you are considered to be its custodian – with a responsibility to look after… Read more »


How Much Do Double Glazing Windows Cost?

November 30th, 2013

If you are thinking about getting double glazing installed in your property, one of the main questions you’ll have in mind is cost. What price can you expect to pay to get all your windows double glazed? Quality is everything You’ll always be able to find companies who can offer the cheapest deals on the… Read more »


Dwarf Wall Conservatories

November 18th, 2013

If you’re thinking of having a conservatory added to your home, you’ve probably got a thousand and one questions mulling over in your head. Which style should you get? How big could it be? How much will it cost? Aside from all these questions you may have read up about the topic and come across… Read more »


Choosing Plants For Your Conservatory

October 21st, 2013

One of the key advantages of a conservatory is that it allows you to add a touch of the outside to your home’s interior. As a kind of halfway house between the garden and the indoors, there is the extra light provided by the conservatory’s glass walls and ceiling, and there is also the opportunity… Read more »


Air Conditioning For Conservatories

September 9th, 2013

For many people, one of the main reasons for getting a conservatory is that will enable them to make better use of their garden and to enjoy the fine weather. By bringing more light into the home, and providing the ideal halfway space between the indoors and the outside, conservatories are an excellent means of… Read more »


Victorian Conservatory Prices

July 26th, 2013

With a pitched roof, bay front and ornate detailing, Victorian conservatories are the perfect addition to most styles of houses, and are capable of adding a sense of grace and sophistication to any property. Attractive and practical, this kind of design is both pleasing to the eye and suitable for all kinds of uses and… Read more »


Ways of Paying for your New Conservatory

January 16th, 2013

There are a number of ways to pay for your new conservatory, including a Loan, Credit Card, Savings or Cash. Loan A personal loan can offer you a low rate of interest and fixed, manageable amounts to repay each month. There are many types of loans in the market place today and knowing which one… Read more »


Tips for Preventing Condensation on my Conservatory Windows

November 22nd, 2012

Condensation on your conservatory windows can be an annoying problem, as it is for many households. Because the door to the room is often left closed, there is little ventilation and condensation may naturally build up. Condensation can form because of water vapour, combined with the temperature of the room and the temperature outside. Condensation… Read more »


Getting your Home Ready for Autumn

October 8th, 2012

Conservatories don’t have to just be summer living spaces. Many people think that once summer is over, their garden room is locked up until the following spring. However they can actually be converted easily into cosy Autumn rooms for when the seasons change and cool down. By simply adding a few features to your conservatory,… Read more »