Conservatory Hedge End Hampshire (SO30): A lot of Hedge End property owners are searching for ways to add an extra room and create more living space in their home. The extra space could be required for a whole host of reasons; a new baby, the need for a home office, or simply a place to relax and unwind with family or friends. A conservatory is an excellent way to create this extra living area without costing the earth.
A professionally fitted and nicely designed conservatory doesn't just improve the appearance of your Hedge End home, but can also add value to your house and increase its selling appeal if you decide to sell. A conservatory is a beautiful extension to your home that will give you pleasure for many years and adds to the kerb appeal that is key when the time comes to sell.
Choosing a conservatory builder in Hedge End, from the many that are available, is the initial call you must make. A professional conservatory company will be able to offer sales and installation advice after performing an on-site survey of your house. Your particular conservatory might not require any kind of planning permission but your conservatory company will be able to advise, and check any exceptional circumstances that affect your property and area. The majority of conservatories that are no longer that 30 feet in length require no special permissions, though if your home is in a conservation area or has listed status, this will have to be checked out before any work can commence.
There are several different designs of conservatory to pick from to blend with home:
- Victorian - The classic conservatory choice with a ridged roof and rounded front wall.
- Edwardian - The Edwardian design offers much more space than the Victorian by having a flat front.
- Lean-to - A simple conservatory style that works brilliantly on many house types, especially contemporary homes.
- P-Shaped - For a massive amount of space the P-shape is a mixture of Victorian and lean-to.
- Gable - Also referred to as a Georgian conservatory, the gable has got a triangle shaped front allowing natural daylight to fill the space.
- Lantern - A sensational style of conservatory that suits larger homes, and offers a higher space with a central glazed structure to provide a light, spacious feel.
As soon as you have selected your perfect design of conservatory, now is the time to look at the extras that must also be fitted during the construction phase. It is cheaper and easier in the building phase to have electrical sockets, heating and lights installed rather than have to put them in once construction is finished. Subject to the style and size of your conservatory it is generally a wise idea to look at what curtains, shading and blinds you'll need, as they might have to be custom-made to suit.
The excellent quality materials from which contemporary conservatories in Hedge End are made will keep you at the ideal temperature no matter what the weather is like. Efficient glazing fitted in insulating and high performance frames will keep the inside of your conservatory cool in summer and warm in the wintertime. Having the luxury of a conservatory means that no matter what the unpredictable British weather decides to do, you can enjoy your garden views from a dry, light and warm room. You can truly bring the outside to the inside space within your conservatory.
If you want to blend the conservatory fully into your style of property it's possible to have a solid roof to replicate the one on your home. By matching a solid roof, the internal ceilings can also be effortlessly matched to your home's interior to form a natural extension of your living space. With the extra insulation and privacy apportioned by a solid roof, your conservatory has many options for its use, and could even be a spare bedroom.
A panelled style roof is an alternative option to consider if you aren't in favour of having a full glazed or solid roof on your conservatory. The solid panels are typically situated close to the house wall, giving an increased degree of privacy, with the glass panes providing ample natural sunlight.
Conservatory walls can be built to suit your style and don't have to be basic full glazed or half-wall. The orangery style of conservatory is one that is continuously growing in popularity in Hedge End. An orangery will still let lots of daylight into your conservatory space, but is constucted from brick framing enabling it to blend perfectly into your home's layout. Although an orangery conservatory is a semi-solid structure, it still produces a light and airy room with its bright windows and high lantern roof.
A good conservatory should last for many years and making certain that your requirements are fulfilled, before any actual building starts, will save a great deal of worry and stress down the line. A trusted conservatory installer in Hedge End will be glad to help you in making the correct decisions and give you guidance from years of experience in the business. Ask your installation company for a final, all-inclusive price in order to avoid any horrible shocks when the payment comes due.
If you've some experience of building then there is the possibility to save costs and build your own conservatory. It is recommended however, that in all but the easiest installations, the hiring of a specialist installation service is the most sensible solution. The stress and possible problems from a self-installed conservatory are more than compensated by the additional expense for an installation company, on such a crucial aspect of your house.
Obtain a few different price quotes from a number of conservatory installation companies to make certain that you get the best possible deal. Look at their range of previous projects and ask to see client references before signing up to any deal. In most cases these details will be presented during the discussion stage as part of their marketing and sales service and to highlight their services and products.
A membership of, or recognised qualification from a professional trade body like the Fair Trades Association, the Glass and Glazing Federation or the British Standards Institute (BSI) will put your mind at rest that your selected Hedge End conservatory company has got the experience, qualifications and required insurance cover to complete your installation to a high standard.
If your Hedge End conservatory installer has membership or accreditation of the Double Glazing and Conservatory Ombudsman Scheme (DGCOS), this will give you consumer protection in case of any issues during and after the installation. The Federation of Master Builders (FMB) is also an association that your conservatory installation company ought to be a signed up member of. Only by achieving an acknowledged standard of excellence within the building and construction industry can a conservatory installation company be allowed to receive these credentials or become members of the schemes that provide peace of mind and consumer protection to their clients.
Conservatory installation can be done in Hedge End and also nearby in: Bitterne, Fair Oak, Thornhill, Hightown, Moorgreen, Durley, Bursledon, Curdridge, Boorley Green, Swanwick, Burridge, West End, Crowdhill, Lower Swanwick, Horton Heath, Botley, as well as in these postcodes SO30 0PZ, SO30 0BX, SO30 0GZ, SO30 0NQ, SO30 0DH, SO30 0NW, SO30 0QN, SO30 0NS, SO30 4AA, SO30 0GR. Local Hedge End conservatory installers will probably have the telephone code 01489 and the postcode SO30.
uPVC Conservatories Hedge End
uPVC is becoming the favoured material for conservatories in Hedge End. Needing little to no maintenance, uPVC conservatories have outstanding heat insulation and weatherproof properties, particularly when combined with reliable double glazing. The uPVC can be tinted to suit the style of your home, and can have wood grain effects if you want to instill a natural look without the bother of the annual staining and maintenance of an authentic timber conservatory.
As it does not swell, rot or warp in damp and humid conditions, uPVC is the perfect material for a conservatory in Hedge End. This is the reason why the vast majority of new conservatory installations in Hedge End are made with uPVC frames. It's also an adaptive material that matches modern houses and older properties, and can be built into any shape and design of conservatory you may need. For an elegant and classic garden room you can opt for Edwardian or Victorian, whilst contemporary homes look great with a lean-to or gable-end conservatory, with the lean-to style especially suited to bungalows in Hedge End.
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Conservatories Installed Around Hedge End
Some Hedge End streets where conservatories have recently been installed - Ardingly Crescent, Dean Court, Stanier Way, Waterbeech Drive, Cedar Close, Boundary Acre, Saxon Gardens, St Lawrence Close, Pavilion Road, Downland Place, Jacksons Road, Doe Walk, The Hedge Rows, Arthurs Gardens, Bader Close, Barfoot Road, Havendale, Stag Drive, Charterhouse Way, Hales Drive, Longridge Road, Bergen Crescent, Mescott Meadows, Kings Copse Avenue, Stroudley Way, Stockton Close, Warner Close, Chichester Close, Fawn Crescent, as well as the following local Hedge End postcodes: SO30 0PZ, SO30 0BX, SO30 0GZ, SO30 0NQ, SO30 0DH, SO30 0NW, SO30 0QN, SO30 0NS, SO30 4AA, SO30 0GR.
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