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Victorian is undoubtedly one of the most popular conservatory styles. The style can be differentiated by its three or five facets and pitched roof which results in a curved appearance and maximum space. When people think of traditional conservatories, Victorian conservatories usually come into mind. Their classical shapes and styles make them perfect for traditional homes allowing home owners to upgrade as well as extend their homes without compromising home character.
First and foremost, Victorian is one of the few brilliant styles that ensure great use of space. The style also offers great views from all angles. Victorian is also perfect for natural lighting purposes since light flows in from all angles.
The style also stands out because of variety. You can make Victorian conservatories featuring all kinds of shapes and sizes depending on the amount of space you have. The conservatories are also a great way of extending your house or creating extra room because Victorian conservatories can work with any garden size.
By choosing between 3 or 5 facets, you can choose the size, style and shape you want creating a conservatory that is perfect for you. The classic style of Victorian conservatories enables you to enjoy extra room in your home without compromising your homes character as is the case with many other extensions.
Victorian conservatories always look like they are part of a home i.e. like the conservatory was always there as opposed to looking like an extension that was forced as an afterthought.
We offer one of the best varieties of materials for building Victorian conservatories i.e. Aluminium, Hardwood, UPVC etc. You can’t therefore miss a suitable material/s that will match your home perfectly.
Gone are the days when conservatories were heat boxes in summer and freezers in winter. Numerous design developments have been incorporated in making modern day Victorian conservatories. The conservatories are therefore habitable throughout the year regardless of the season.
Modern day materials for making conservatories like Molan Polycarbonate commonly used on roof glazing contains aluminium inserts which reflect better than materials like polycarbonate. The material therefore results in conservatories that are capable of reflecting too much light and preventing heat build-up.
Our Victorian conservatories also feature self-cleaning glass which cleans itself (as the name suggests) saving you a lot of time and effort. You can sit back and enjoy your maintenance-free conservatory.
The self-cleaning glass does more than clean itself i.e. it also insulates well keeping your conservatory temperature cool in summer and warm in winter. The self-cleaning glass also allows adequate light penetration.
In case you have any questions on Victorian conservatories, feel free to call us on 0162 263 1613. We have a team of dedicated support staff waiting to answer all your questions.
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