Choose a Modern or Classic style
The first, and quite possibly the biggest, decision you’ll have to make when choosing a conservatory is whether to go for a modern design or a classic Victorian look. Ultimately this decision is up to you but Warmseal will be happy to make a recommendation on what design will be in keeping with your current property.
Choose a Conservatory or an Orangery
Those unfamiliar with the industry will often start with the question – what is the difference between an orangery and a conservatory?
A conservatory is a glazed addition to the home that can usually be built without planning permission. (Although this is not always the case so always make sure to check with your local council first).
A conservatory usually has the following features:
- A minimum of 50% translucent walls
- A minimum of 75% translucent roof
- Less than 30m² floor area
Whereas if you have less than 75% translucent roof and/or less than 50% glazed walls then your construction will be classed as an orangery rather than a conservatory. From the 17th to the 19th centuries, orangeries were symbols of prestige and wealth and they still remain a popular choice today.
Whether it’s a conservatory or an orangery you’re looking for, Warmseal have the expertise to help you.
Pay upfront or access finance
All of our conservatory and orangery installations come with the option of finance payments. If you don’t have the capital put away for a rainy day to be able to afford to pay for your home improvement up-front then our finance team is happy to help. We have a range of finance options available meaning that there is a solution that is right for everyone.
To find out more about our ranges of conservatories and orangeries or to explore our finance options in more detail, get in touch with one of our experts today to get your free quote.