A conservatory is typically a lighter structure than an orangery, with a full glazed roof and side panels. While orangeries may be thought as extending your home outwards, a conservatory is a way of bringing the outdoors in. The conservatory first became a desirable addition to a house in the Victorian era thanks to cheaper methods of manufacturing glass becoming available. Glass houses became all the rage for a while, but these days most people are content with the addition of a conservatory to their home.
The addition of a conservatory is the most cost-effective way of adding living space to your home
A conservatory is a brilliant way of providing light and brightness to your home, and all year round too. It’s also a very economic way of adding an extension, as new walls do not typically have to be built and integrated into your home’s existing structure. Your new conservatory can act as an extension to your kitchen, a sunlit dining area, a playroom for your children or simply a room in which you can laze away your down time!
Every conservatory that we build at Parsons Joinery is designed and put together in a purely bespoke manner. No house is exactly the same as any other house, and that is something we never forget. We also recognise that everyone wants something a little different from their conservatory, which is why we always listen carefully to our clients, working together to give them something that matches their requirements perfectly.
If you only have a basic idea of the design you are looking for, then we can help turn your thoughts into reality. There are several designs you can take inspiration from, whether you wish to go for a traditional, grandiose design or something a little more contemporary or minimalist.
We use a range of sturdy timbers for the construction of your conservatory. Our advanced construction techniques combined with modern standards of glazing mean that your conservatory will be a pleasant room in which to sit all year round.
The first step in adding a wonderful-looking conservatory to your home is to contact us here at Parsons Joinery in Sussex. You can call us at any time on 01273 814870, or contact us via email at .