Whether you choose an ‘off-the-shelf’ design or bespoke design that suits your home perfectly, adding a conservatory to your home is a wise move. Investing in a conservatory will make more room for your family and add an elegant touch to the look of your home. In addition to the aesthetics of a conservatory, you can also usually look forward to the price of your home increasing.
Conservatories are defined as a glazed structure that is separated from the main house by a door. When it comes to the design of a conservatory, there are many different options for you to choose from.
If you are looking for a reliable company that offer conservatories, Oxford experts Regal Homemaker is a brand that you can rely on.
The appeal of conservatories for many is that planning permission is not usually required, and there is little in the way of complicated building regulations to follow. That is not to say there are no rules to follow, but we can advise you on all that you need to know before you go ahead with the build.
DIY conservatories can be installed reasonably cheaply and there are plenty of different ideas to choose from. For those who want a more bespoke and superb quality conservatory, Regal can work with you to project manage a truly special design for your home. A tailor-made service will cost you a little more but you will enjoy it for many years.
As a rule, you should always buy the best conservatory that your money can afford, as the higher-quality the materials and the finish, the longer it will last. Information from the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors indicates that a conservatory can add 5% or more to the value of your property, so it is well worth the investment.
As mentioned, there is a wide range of conservatories on offer and there are styles to fit all personalities. If you love the traditional look you can enjoy a Victorian-style conservatory to add a touch of elegance to your home. Victorian-style conservatories are very diverse and will suit many styles of home. An angular or curved line and modern metal framing can add a touch of modernity if you do not want to be too traditional.
When it comes to contemporary styles, the world is your oyster. Take a look at the conservatory portfolio of our latest creations, both standard and bespoke.
Whatever conservatory you choose, the most important consideration should be the material that you use and the way that it is built. Materials will be of special consideration if you do require planning permission, or you are adding a conservatory to a listed building. Our design team will be able to work with you to choose the right materials for your build so that you do not run into any problems with your local planning team.
If you think that a conservatory is a right option for you, for the best conservatories Oxford have to offer, contact Regal Homemaker a call today.