Conservatory Stanway Essex (CO3): Many Stanway folks are looking for ways to add an extra room and create space in their home. It may be due to a requirement for a home office, a new arrival in the family, or simply because the additional living space would make a perfect area to relax and spend time with friends. A cost effective way to create this extra space for your loved ones is to build a conservatory.
A properly designed and installed conservatory will not only boost the value of your home, but should also give you an advantage in the competitive Stanway property market should you eventually decide to sell. When you do eventually come to sell your home at a later stage, the addition of an attractive conservatory can place you much higher up a potential buyer's shortlist by adding that valued extra room.
There are several conservatory fitters in Stanway to choose from, and it is often a challenge to pick the best one. A good conservatory company will offer installation and sales recommendations after carrying out an on-site survey of your house. Your particular conservatory might not need any special planning permissions but your conservatory installers should be able to offer advice, and check up on any requirements unique to your area and property. If you are fortunate enough to own a building that is listed or are living in a protected or conservation area you will almost certainly need to have some kind of planning permission to build a conservatory from the local council offices.
The type of your chosen conservatory is down to your taste, but there are half a dozen basic models to consider:
- Victorian - The timeless conservatory option with a ridged roof and rounded front wall.
- Edwardian - Another traditional design which is comparable to the Victorian, but having a flat front to create extra space.
- Gable - The gable ended design of this style permits the maximum amount of daylight into your conservatory and the style is sometimes called the Georgian.
- Lean-to - A simple pattern that is the simplest to build and looks great on all styles of house.
- Lantern - A higher design of conservatory with a central glazed structure that looks gorgeous on large houses. It can also be known as an orangery.
- P-Shaped - For a huge amount of space the P-shape style is a blend of lean-to and Victorian.
Now you have a solid idea of the kind of conservatory you want, the next step is to choose the additional fittings that you want during the initial building stage. This may consist of light fittings, power sockets and TV points, to ventilation, under-floor heating and choice of floor covering needed to match your taste and style. For most conservatories, the windows and roof will require some type of blind or shading to keep out the glaring sun and safeguard your privacy, which if they can't be supplied by your conservatory company, will need to be tailor-made.
You don't need to concern yourself with what the temperature is like outside, because with the quality materials that are used today, your conservatory will be at a comfortable level over summer and winter. Efficient glazing fitted in high-performance and insulating frames will guarantee that your conservatory is warm in winter and cool in the summer time. You will be able to unwind and make the most of your conservatory and your views of the garden without needing to worry about what the changeable British weather decides to throw your way. A conservatory can undeniably give an outside feel to an indoor space.
If you wish to blend the conservatory fully into your style of home you can have a solid roof to replicate the one on your home. With a vaulted ceiling and tiled roof your conservatory is not going to disrupt the smooth flow of your interior space and feel as though it's an innate extension to your property. The added space produced by a conservatory with a solid roof provides for more alternatives in its use, and can perhaps even be made into a spare bedroom with a good level of privacy.
A panelled roof is yet another option to consider if you are not in favour of installing a full glazed or solid roof on your new conservatory. Combining solid and glazed panelling allows you an increased level of privacy whilst still allowing your conservatory to be flooded with daylight.
Your conservatory walls can be designed to match your design and do not need to be the standard half wall or fully glazed. Growing in popularity in Stanway are orangery conservatories. The brick framework used in an orangery allows it to flawlessly integrate with your style of home yet still allows plenty of natural light to illuminate the area. Although an orangery is a semi-solid structure, it still produces a light and airy room with its high lantern roof and bright windows.
Before building work starts, and to make certain you receive a conservatory that gives you a lifetime of use, ensure that all your requirements and needs have been fully talked through with your conservatory installer. A trusted conservatory installer in Stanway will be happy to assist you in coming to the right choices and provide you with advice from their years of experience. They'll also be willing to give you an all-inclusive quotation, and so avoid any nasty surprises when you get the final bill.
To reduce the cost of a conservatory it is possible to build and install it yourself, though this is only if you have some experience in construction. It is suggested however, that with all but the most straightforward of installations, engaging an established conservatory installation service is the wise solution. The anxiety and potential problems from a self-installed conservatory are more than compensated for by the little extra expense needed for an installation company, on such a vital aspect of your home.
When picking a conservatory installer it is usually advisable check around and get at least 3 or 4 price quotes. You need to evaluate the selection of conservatories they can offer, and ask for references and examples of previous work. In most cases this information will be provided during the discussion stage as part of their sales and promotion service and to highlight their expertise.
A membership of, or recognised qualification from a trade body such as the BSI (British Standards Institute), the Glass and Glazing Federation (GFF) or the Fair Trades Association will put your mind at rest that your selected Stanway conservatory installer has the experience, qualifications and required insurance to accomplish your installation to a high standard.
Provided that your chosen Stanway conservatory company is certified by the DGCOS (Double Glazing and Conservatory Ombudsman Scheme) you will have a good degree of consumer protection during and after the build should any problems that can't be resolved arise. You could also find out if your installation company is a member of FMB (Federation of Master Builders). These memberships and accreditations give you the peace of mind and knowledge that the conservatory installation company you have chosen has reached a recognised standard of excellence in the field of construction.
Conservatory installation can be done in Stanway and also in: Heckfordbridge, Fordham Heath, Marks Tey, Copford Green, Lexden, Colchester, Seven Star Green, Aldham, Fordstreet, Long Green, Eight Ash Green, Easthorpe, Copford, Gallows Green, together with these postcodes CO3 0YL, CO3 0JW, CO3 0WX, CO3 5HB, CO3 5UT, CO3 0JR, CO3 5HE, CO3 5GH, CO3 5PF, CO3 0HB. Local Stanway conservatory fitters will likely have the telephone code 01206 and the postcode CO3.
uPVC Conservatory Stanway
The most popular choice of material for most conservatories in Stanway is uPVC. A uPVC conservatory needs little maintenance, is weatherproof, draught proof and has great insulation characteristics when combined with double glazed windows and roofing. The uPVC framework can be tinted/coloured to your choice and even have a wood grain effect for a natural appearance without the regular annual maintenance of a �real wood� conservatory.
The durable nature of uPVC means that annual maintenance is reduced to a brief wipe down, rather than the more involved staining or painting of wood to stop it rotting or warping. This makes uPVC the perfect, low maintenance alternative for your new conservatory in Stanway. Whatever style of conservatory you want, there's a uPVC product to suit your requirements. Victorian or Edwardian for an elegant and classic garden room, lean-to for a bunglaow, or for a modern day symmetrical style, a gable-end conservatory.
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Property owners who live in the following streets and roads have recently requested conservatory installation - Warren Lane, Peartree Road, Lakeside Walk, Moss Road, Meadow Grass Close, Hedgerows, Radveld Chase, Villa Road, Beacon Way, Osprey Close, Turkey Cock Lane, Gryme's Dyke Way, Tollgate Road, Foxendale Folly, Montbretia Close, Threshers End, Albertine Close, Holliwell Close, Ploughmans Headland, Weyland Drive, Blackberry Road, Nightingale Place, Tollgate Drive, Church Lane, Iron Latch Lane, as well as the following local Stanway postcodes: CO3 0YL, CO3 0JW, CO3 0WX, CO3 5HB, CO3 5UT, CO3 0JR, CO3 5HE, CO3 5GH, CO3 5PF, CO3 0HB.
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