Orangery and Conservatory Planning Considerations
Planning to build a conservatory / orangery?
Here are a few dos and don’ts that you should keep in mind so as to ensure that your project turns out to be the most perfect addition to your home.
Conservatory / Orangery Style
Selecting the right style is very important. There are plenty of traditional design options and then there are the bespoke versions. Traditional desings are safer as you have plenty of references to go by and can visualize the design in advance. Bespoke might be a little tricky but having a good lifestyle drawing made up of it is the best way to go about it. The style that you select should not only complement the style of your home but should also be such that it perfectly suits the weather conditions and can be comfortably useful all year round.
How you plan to use your conservatory or orangery should choose help decide on the furniture that best suits your home extension project.
A conservatory or orangery is all about enjoying your outdoor space. Hence the landscaping should not be an afterthought. In order to ensure that it is a seamless blend, you must give the landscaping a considerable thought during the design process.
Never just assume that your project is exempt from permissions. The intricacies of planning should be given their due importance so that nothing crops up once the structure is in place. Neighbour permissions also matter in case your conservatory is in any way going to change the look or views of their place. Such planning beforehand is very important.
This is one of the most important aspects of conservatory planning so as to ensure that it can be used all year round. There are different options available when it comes to temperature control and it is important that you choose the solution best suited to your requirement and budget.
The size of the conservatory / orangery can obviously affect the costs. Scrimping up on the space to fit into your budget might leave you wishing that you had more space later on. Get the right idea about the space and the furniture that you are planning to put in well in advance.
Maintenance of a conservatory largely depends on the conservatory material. Depending on how prepared you are about the maintenance responsibility you should make the material choice. For instance aluminum gutters are easier to maintain as compared to plastic, you have self-cleaning glass options, painted woodwork versus non wood etc.
This is an important consideration. Manufacturer warranties are important should anything get damaged or in case you are facing quality issues.
So much to consider and we are here to help. Contact us