Our Conservatory Verandas28/03/2018
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 arrival of rain and plenty of days in the garden denied by the weather. In this blog, we will be talking about our conservatory verandas – the roofs that will allow the party in the garden to continue even if the rain shows up.
The Benefits of Conservatory Verandas
Your conservatory forms the link between your house and garden. By extending the roof along the wall of your property, as we have done in the pictured design, provides additional benefits. You’ll be relaxing in the shade on a hot day, enjoying your garden under the cover of the veranda. It also makes a great place to store logs and bicycles in the winter months and a shelter for your barbecue if the weather’s looking dodgy and you’re not sure if your party will be dining inside or out.
We have a wide range of conservatories, with an even wider range of different style and design options available. After 10 years of creating our beautiful conservatories, we have become highly experienced in installing them, creating our own reliable build process.
Replacement Conservatory Roofs
If you own an older conservatory that was installed in the 70s or 80s, it’s likely it is much less energy efficient than the modern ones installed today. We offer a conservatory roof replacement service, which will improve the energy efficiency of your conservatory and allow you to enjoy the space all year round. We offer a solid roof option, which is available in either shingle or slate and an energy efficient glass option. Both are perfect for the many different styles of conservatories and will allow you to enjoy your conservatory all year round.
Interested in having your own conservatory installed and like the look of our conservatory roof verandas? We can help, call us on 01953 600505 or email us on firstname.lastname@example.org.
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