Showcase your Plymouth garden with our bespoke garden room conservatories

Often mistaken for a traditional conservatory due to their garden panoramas, garden room conservatories are distinct in terms of design, frame and general use. Based in Plymouth, Interseal’s team of experts can visit your home anywhere in the South West for a no-obligation, free consultation. We’ll take the time to consider your space and needs in order to decide whether a garden room is the right choice for you. All of our installations come with a 10-year insurance-backed guarantee and we are FENSA-accredited, so you can be sure that your new garden room will prove a sound investment.

Garden room conservatories provide an economical and no-nonsense way to introduce sunlight and nature into your living space. They are subtle and elegant in design and usually feature a very similar shape and style to the main building. Our Plymouth team will ensure that your garden room conservatory compliments your home perfectly while staying within your budget.

Frame

Garden room conservatories are designed to meld seamlessly with the adjoining house. Garden rooms tend to have brickwork bases, sometimes extending up to the roof and meeting the adjoining walls of the main home. The glazing within a garden room is usually chosen to match that of the house.

Roof

Whereas tradition dictates that conservatories feature fully-glazed roofing, garden rooms often boast a tiled roof that matches the main home. Roof glazing and a glazed gable are other common garden room roofline features.

 Use

Garden rooms are multi-purpose by design and can be used easily as a games room, sitting room, TV room, office or dining room. Traditional glazed conservatories can be uncomfortable during the summer months, garden rooms retain an ambient temperature all year round.

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Why choose Interseal?

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