If you are in need of more space in your home, then contacting someone like Gloucester estate agents TGRES and finding yourself a bigger house is one option, but if you are happy staying where you are and don’t want to move then a conservatory could be the better choice for you.
A conservatory is not only a great way to add more space to your home, but it also increases the value of your property so that when you do want to move it will be beneficial to you.
There is a wide array of various types of conservatories available now, and over the years they have come on in leaps and bounds – if you are struggling to decide what is the right type for you, here is a basic guide to some of the popular types of conservatory…
Orangery – Although this is classed as a conservatory, it has the look of an extension as it doesn’t have quite as much glass, so if you prefer this look then this is a good choice for you.
A lean-to conservatory is also often known as a sun room, and is a great choice if you want to fit it into a smaller area or a corner. It has a simple design which offers extra space.
Edwardian Conservatory – This is what most of us picture when we think of a conservatory – an elegant and classic design which makes a great extra room.
Custom Design – Of course all homes are different, and many companies offer a custom design conservatory option so you could create your own to suit your needs and the space and style of your home.