- 27th September 2017
A conservatory can really help to transform your home providing light as well as space to create those special memories or even just a place to relax, escape for a moment to catch your breath and create a wonderful new space to relax or entertain in.
Adding a conservatory to your home has never been so easy, helping you acquire the home you have always wanted is our goal.
When it comes to your conservatory we can offer a wide range of styles for you to choose from, and we are here to help you personalise your ideal space the way you want it.
Options from the traditional Victorian or classic Georgian to a Gable, Lean-To, P or T shape conservatory add a little more elegance and value to your most prized asset.
When it comes to the colour you would like your conservatory to be, you can choose anything from traditional white, woodgrain light oak to mahogany or a completely bespoke colour of your choice. There is also the option as to whether you would like the conservatory to be made from aluminium, uPVC or even our high end solid wood frame.
The choices are yours, as we at Renovize Homes believe our clients have individual tastes and we are here to here to help you renovate and customise your home to make the improvements you have always wanted added to create your dream home.
Extending your home with a Renovize conservatory could just be the best idea you’ve ever had.
In the past one of the main problems with a traditional conservatory was the fact that they were said to be “too hot in the summer” and “too cold in the winter”. But modern conservatories which have been created using the latest products and services can eliminate that issue.
The glazing that we use when constructing your conservatory will help to keep it more thermal efficient making sure we provide the perfect, comfortable room to sit whatever the weather, so your conservatory can be used all year round, therefore your home remains warm and cozy in the winter when it needs to be.
You also have the option by adding a light fitting to your conservatory ceiling making sure there will always be light in your conservatory allowing those special moments that you create continue after dark and allow you to use your space more often.
Your conservatory is not only part of your home but it also becomes a part of your garden. The door you add to a conservatory is your choice, it be a standard double door leading into your garden or why not modernise with a bi-folding door.
The same can be said when choosing internal doors from your home into your conservatory, large in-line sliding, bi-fold or traditional doors.
Over the last few years Orangeries have become more popular & desirable, but these are often out of our reach financially.
However we can now give you the option of having a standard conservatory with an orangery feel. The way we achieve this for you is by installing an internal pelmet with a depth of between 800mm and 1200mm to your ceiling during constructing your conservatory, creating a look that will give your conservatory that little bit edge.
Into the pelmet you can always add speakers and/or led spotlights making your conservatory more of the living room experience that you dreamed of but at a fraction of the cost.
The benefits of an internal pelmet include enhanced thermal efficiency due to internal insulation added to help you to keep your conservatory warm during those cold winter days.
In the summer it can eliminate some of the overheating of a plain glazed roof by reducing the heat build up inside from the sun.
Extra optional features include additions to the exterior of your conservatory allowing your guttering system to be hidden away from the naked eye and creating an appeal like nothing seen before. Having a cornice will hide your gutter system and adding elegance to your conservatory.
Cornices come in three different options, a curved cornice giving your conservatory an ornate look; the flat 2 tier cornice perfect for the smaller build or a flat cornice with 3-tiers giving your conservatory a contemporary appeal.