Conservatories in Petworth area
Conservatories have long been a popular addition to the home, be it an old home where the interior light levels are poor or a new home where space is limited. Built correctly (well insulated and conveniently located) they can be used all the year round
Conservatory styles usually fall into distinct groups and are based on the look from different periods of history. The main ones are Edwardian, Georgian and Victorian Conservatories. There is also the P shaped conservatories and the lean-to conservatory, although this style is more likely to be used as an attached greenhouse or garden room, than a fully functional living space
At Sussex Conservatories you are not restircted to these styles and we can recommend to you trusted suppliers that design and provide a purpose built bespoke conservatory to meet your particular requirements of space, materials and budget
Orangeries in Petworth area
There is a trend towards the erection of orangeries with roof lanterns and with good reason. An orangery provides an ideal living area that is spacious and with a climate that is more temperate that that provied by most conservatories. Ask us to help you with your orangery project in Petworth area
Traditional Extensions in Petworth
The tradtional house extension is forever popular and usually involve brickwork to match that of the rest of the property
Glass Extensions and Verandas
Where with the majority of material used is glass and the frame usually aluminium and often utilising bifolding doors wonderfully light areas are created. Verandas usaully provide protection on terrraces and patios whilst glass extensions are usually referred to as more part of the dwelling. The use of awnings, lighting and heating helps make the veranda a wonderful place to relax all year round. Both glass extensions and verandas are a real joy thanks to the improvement in materials and technologies available.
Let us help you with your various considerations for conservatories, organgeries and glass extensions.
Construction materials - Aluminium, PVCu (often called plastic or PVC) or timber (hardwood). Each of these have their advantages. Whilst PVCu offers the cheapest option, aluminium offers strength and durability and timber (hardwood) conservatories give a more natural and traditional look but require more maintenance. Roofs can be glass or non glass roof depending on accepted rain noise level and views through roof.
Location - In full sun could be too hot. In full shade could be too cold. A downward view could beg for low retaining wall. With an uphill view could beg for a higher roof line (so roof line does not interfere too much with the view)
Architectural sympathy with your property / surroundings - How best to design the conservatory to blend in with the surroundings
Building regulations - How to meet these requirements
Health and Safety (April 2105) regulations - How to meet these requirements no the responsibility for tradesmen in the house is yours
Maintenance issues - What after care attention are you prepared to give
Your space requirements - Often one regrets not installing a big enough extension
Climate control and use of extension - Is it to be used throughout the year. Will you be growing plants in it? Will you be looking at a computer screen in it?
Interior finish - will the white glare of a white conservatory interior in full sunlight bother you?
Security - What security issues are there to be considered? ... both in structure and with suitable access prevention devices such a security locks.
Guarantees - What guarantees do you get?
Quality of windows and doors - Check these out as there is nothing worse a lovely conservatory ruined by poor quailty windows / doorsl
Quality of installation team - How is the conservatory site surround left after building new conservatory? What provision is there for managing the rain water off the conservatory?
Total Package - will the provider take control of all the installation elements including permissions, erection, basework outside area etc
Let us help you with your very special conservatory, orangery or extension requirements in the Petworth area