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You may be looking to install a conservatory in your home this year, however you might not have decided which type of conservatory will best suit you and your property.
Here are some of the different types of conservatory you can choose from with us:
This type of conservatory will feature a ridged roof as well as a multi-faceted end wall. This will create an elegant, classy, and rounded effect to your conservatory.
Using a parapet wall and a solid
corner construction, this is a
traditional design that
also looks timeless.
Edwardian gable conservator
A gable conservatory will allow the ridge roof to meet the gable end of the home and this makes it look sleek and more modern.
This is also known as a sunroom, and it consists of a sloped roof that connects via its longest wall to the house. The useful thing about this design is that it can fit in smaller spaces.
An Edwardian conservatory takes a lot of inspiration from its predecessor however as well as a ridge roof it will also have a rectangular base which gives the same classy feel bit will increase the surface area providing more space.
P, L, T or U-shaped conservatory
These are customised conservatories that are useful for larger homes and bespoke spaces. They take on some of the same characteristics as the above however they suit any home.
Selecta Glasgow offer a wide range of different services throughout Glasgow.
We have completed many different projects for clients and are extremely proud of our standard of work.
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Conservatory Prices In Glasgow
You may be wondering how much an average conservatory will cost to install at the back of your home and this is an answer that will depend on several factors.
In general, the average price range can be anywhere between £5000-£20,000 depending on the type, size, and scope of the project. Typically uPVC will be cheaper than wood, so this can be a good way to cut down the cost if you are on a budget.
Financing your conservatoryIf you are worried about how you will pay for your new conservatory, don’t worry. Selecta has got you covered and we have a few different financing options to suit your needs. Selecta Glasgow wants to make the conservatory buying process as smooth as possible for you, and we will provide you with plans that have affordable monthly payments to ensure that you are never pinching your pockets to buy your conservatory. We have partnered with a credit broker called Kandoo to ensure that our payment plans are the best that they can possibly be, and to ensure you get the best value for your money.
Conservatory roof conversions Glasgow
Are you looking for a new conservatory roof? We also offer conservatory roof conversion services in Glasgow allowing you to convert your conservatory roof and improve its reliability and design.
Looking for a change from your old polycarbonate system? We can help measure the space and install a new glass roof that will consist of first class glazing, allowing you to get more light into your outdoor space. You can also choose one of our many solid roofs for a protected and cosy space.
The great news is that if you can’t decide between glass and a solid roof, you can have the best of both worlds! Customise your roof to your own desires and needs and ensure that when your new conservatory is ready, it is all that you have dreamed of.
Conservatory Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Do you need planning permission for a conservatory?
One of the main questions we get when asked about conservatories in Glasgow is whether or not planning permission is required before installation.
You might be surprised to know that you don’t need planning permission to install a conservatory at the back of your home, and this will give you the freedom to create an extra space of the house that works best for you. It is important to note that although it is not needed to have planning permission, you will need building regulation approval before you start a project.
What is the difference between a conservatory and an orangery?
When looking through the options on our website for your new conservatory, you might wonder what the difference is between a conservatory and an orangery.
A conservatory is a mainly glass structure and it consists of a pitched glazed roof as well as a brick base.
An orangery on the other hand is a brick structure and it has large windows on the suede as well as a flat roof with a glass lantern.
How long do conservatories last?
Before investing in a new conservatory for your home you may want to know how long they will last. This is something that will depend on a number of factors including wear and tear, type of material, the ground beneath, and weathering. However the average range of time a conservatory will last is around 10-25 years. 25 years will likely be the case with a uPVC conservatory that has been installed with the most modern methods as well as using the best tools and materials.
How to keep my conservatory warm?
There are several ways to keep your new conservatory warm so you can use it throughout the year. Firstly, invest in the best glazing you can to trap the warm air in. Make sure to minimise draughts as much as you can. Install drapes and curtains around the room for the winter months and also bring blankets out in the space.
If you are looking for a new conservatory today, get in touch with Selecta Glasgow today
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