Different styles of Conservatories

Conservatories offer extra rooms in the house. Homeowners who have conservatories can attest to the fact that they do not need a high budget to construct a conservatory. Just like in any other remodelling, you need to plan in terms of the material to use, the colours and the style to incorporate. Woodgrain, aluminium and uPVC are the most common materials used for conservatories in Maidstone. Woodgrain offers a timber effect look, aluminium has a contemporary finish and uPVC is versatile, easy to maintain and economical.

 * Victorian and Georgian or Edwardian – These types of conservatories work well with almost all kinds of buildings. They all have a dwarf wall with the Victorian having a rounded wall while the Edwardian or Georgian has a rectangular or square wall at the end.

* Lean-to style – It is good for people with limited space or those that live in a one-story houses. The extension has a dwarf wall, sloping roof and a single pitch. As for the door, you can have a sliding patio door or a single door installed.

 * Lantern –The roof of the conservatory is lifted at the middle making the room look like a lantern. You can install different kinds of lights in the room to give it a majestic look.

 * Gable – This kind of conservatory is constructed where there are two sloping roofs meeting at an angle. They create a triangular shaped space in between them. The space is used to construct a square or rectangular conservatory in Maidstone. The elevated roof allows more light to enter the conservatory.

 * T-shape – Do you want to add a conservatory to your large house? The t-shape conservatory runs the length of your house and has a projection which extends to the garden. If you want to have an indoor swimming pool, this conservatory works best.

Visit us at Deaves and Company Home Improvements for more information. Our experts will work with you to help you identify the best conservatory for your home depending on the style of your home and the purpose of the conservatory.

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