How to choose the right conservatory for your home A presentations by Total Energy Group
What can a conservatory be used for? Nowadays, a growing trend for larger kitchens with a dining table or informal living area has had an impact on the way conservatories and orangery are linked to the home. It also add a modern touch to the living space so people now prefer cheshireconservatoriesat their home and offices.
Styles of conservatory • Traditional • Modern Adding a light, modern space to your home is an increasingly popular option. Contemporary conservatories are generally bespoke, so prices tend to range from the mid to top end of the scale, but there is a wide variety of materials and styles available.
Practical considerations • Heating: A conservatory can be heated by water or electrical under floor heating. Alternatively, the central heating can be extended with radiators fitted against low walls or by ducting the heat through decorative grilles installed around the edge of the floor. Floors: Laying practical, durable floors is advisable; for best results choose ceramic-tile or natural stone flooring.