Adding a conservatory to your home is a great way to create a new, sun-filled space for relaxing and entertaining. Offering an attractive vantage point overlooking your gardens, conservatories come in a wide range of styles and materials to complement your home. The market for conservatories has boomed in recent years – not least because they are proven to add worth and desirability to your home. The professional glaziers at Interseal provide comprehensive conservatory design and installation services for discerning homeowners throughout the Plymouth region. To make the most of your space, call our experts today.
Whether you’re looking to build a conservatory that incorporates a modular design or you desire a completely bespoke structure, our experienced conservatory consultants can provide comprehensive service. From design to installation, we’ll walk you through the available options and ensure that all project deadlines are met, giving you one less thing to worry about. Every Interseal installation in the Plymouth area is fully backed by our insurance, so you can be sure that you’re making a sound investment.
Garden room conservatories
Which conservatory is right for me?
Although conservatories come in all shapes and sizes, there are 4 overarching styles that are enduringly popular. These styles are a solid starting point for your conservatory build as they can be tailored to your exact requirements: you can change the dimensions, roof style, frame and glazing to design a conservatory that is uniquely yours.
The Sunlounge is rectangular in shape and runs along an exterior wall of your home. This modest design allows you to enjoy sun and adds a stunning feature of interest to your home.
The most popular conservatory style, Edwardian conservatories can be square or rectangular in order to maximise the use of available space. These conservatories are a good choice for a home office or a family room.
Gable-end conservatories are squared off at the end, providing a stylish alternative to the traditional sloping roof. This creates the impression of additional space and allows for beautiful lighting features.
The Victorian is a traditional, curved conservatory that is often used as an elegant garden room. Their style and architecture are a good complement for more period properties.