Our Conservatory Verandas
Here in the UK, our weather is unpredictable at best and miserable at worst. We can never be completely certain we will get a full week of sunshine, even in summer. For many of us, we have learnt this the hard way and have simply gotten used to it over time. Many barbecues have been spoilt by the ar...
Extending Your Kitchen into Your Conservatory
Having been in the conservatory industry for over a decade, we are used to the changing trends within our industry. In recent years, we have seen more and more people wanting to extend their kitchen into their conservatory. In this blog, we will be talking about how this could be a good idea that yo...
Can a Conservatory Work as an Observatory?
Stargazing is a relaxing pastime that has been popular for centuries now. Appreciating the natural beauty of the galaxy through the lens of a telescope is a hobby that many different people get enjoyment out of, and it is one that could benefit you. In this blog, we will be talking about how your co...
The Eden Project The Biggest Conservatory in History
Standing in the site of a 160-year-old dormant clay mine is the Eden Project. The conservatory, found in Cornwall, is considered to be the world’s largest green house by Guinness Book of Records and houses over 1 million plants. The Eden Project showcases three different biomes: the open-air Outdo...
Can a Conservatory Be Built Over a Manhole Cover?
Choosing to add a conservatory to your home is one of the easiest ways to add both space and value to your property. They are one of the most popular types of home improvement and come in a range of different designs and styles. Here at Conservatories Etc, we are often asked questions by customers c...
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