Wooden conservatories have always been popular in the UK and they are still very popular around the world. They offer a wide range of benefits and make great additions to any home. For those who are considering installing a conservatory at home or even if you already have one, it is a good idea to check out the different options available. It is possible to find a beautiful and durable conservatory that will enhance the value of your property and increase its resale value, too.
Timber windows and wooden conservatories are often double-glazed and therefore have a high U-Value. The higher the U-Value, the better the insulation the conservatory in your wooden conservatory provides. Double weather proofing bars and insulated side panels improve the insulation, reducing the noise level and keeping draughts outside wooden conservatories.
When choosing the material for your wooden conservatory there are a number of different types and materials to consider. There are also a range of different styles, shapes and sizes of conservatories. Wood and aluminum are the most popular materials but you can also look at other materials such as marble, brick, stone and concrete. Different types of wood have different properties and characteristics and some may be a better choice than others.
Pine and birch are naturally wood and these are cheaper to buy than some other natural wood. Oak is very hardwearing woods and are also quite durable.
Wood is also available in different colours and tones and this can help with the decor of your conservatory. This type of wood is not very absorbent and tends to be quite dry so it is best to install your conservatory in a place where there is plenty of humidity. Wood is also easy to stain and paint and if you are looking for a more modern or minimalist look it may be the best option for you conservatories.
Your wooden conservatory is likely to be more expensive than other types of conservatories, but if you are careful with your budget you can get one that will fit your requirements and your style. There are plenty of ways to save money on conservatories such as avoiding the use of electrician’s tools and avoiding overspending on glass in your conservatories.
The amount of space your conservatory has to allow for movement is an important factor and it is worth checking this when you are choosing your conservatory. Conservatories with too much floor space tend to be difficult to move about and this can make cleaning difficult. You may want to look at wooden conservatories with a floor to ceiling height but this can be more expensive if it is the right size for your home.
In conclusion, a wooden conservatory can give your property a very beautiful, modern look. It is very easy to maintain your conservatory, especially if you are careful with your budget and are able to choose your materials carefully. You may even want to consider installing your conservatory as part of your home’s exterior, helping to create a harmonious exterior and make your conservatory an extension of the house.