Choosing your Conservatory

Here you will find advice on choosing your conservatory, however if you require more information please get in touch by calling 0191 5183157

Here are our top tips:

1. Use - What will the conservatory be used for? Play area, office, or an extra room to relax in, bearing this in mind you should determine what size and space you will need.

2. Materials - Conservatories are built using PVCu which is hardwearing and low maintenance.

3. Positioning- The position of your conservatory is important, if your looking to attract more sun then it should be South facing, you will need to compensate for this and may need extra ventilation and possibly blinds to block out the sun during the summer.

4. Size - Once you've made a decision on your design, it might be best to check the dimensions of both your house and your garden. A conservatory should be an extension of your current living space, and shouldn't take up too much valuable garden space.

5. Glazing - New advancements have been made to ensure the glass used in conservatories works it's hardest for the homeowner. Keeping you cooler in summer and warmer in winter means a conservatory isn't just a seasonal room.

6. Planning permission - If you're building a conservatory in England or Wales, you will not usually need planning permission. However, it is always better to be safe than sorry. If you are in any doubt always check as early as you can with your local council.

With so many options to choose from don't be daunted by this task, P & P Windows Ltd will visit your home and go through your requirements to find the best conservatory for you and your home.