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Mr Hill Victorian Conservatory After Front View

What is a conservatory?

Over the years, as technology has developed so has the conservatory. Once reserved for nobility, conservatories have evolved from luxury greenhouses to everyday home extensions. Conservatories have become so energy-efficient and comfortable that they are now often used daily, all year round. A conservatory is now more of an extension of our home rather than … Continued

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Do I Need Planning Permission for a Conservatory on a Bungalow?

Adding a conservatory to your bungalow is a practical and affordable way of gaining valuable new living space in the home you love. A conservatory can help to maximise space for a growing family or gain a better connection with your garden. What is a bungalow? A bungalow is typically a one-storey house with no … Continued

conservatory roof top exterior view Gable Front, White, Glass Roof

The best glass for a conservatory roof

Choosing the right roof glass is crucial when adding a conservatory to your home. Learning about the various types of conservatory roofs available is a great place to start. You can then determine which is best for your budget and needs. The most popular materials for conservatory roofs include solar control glass and budget-friendly polycarbonate. … Continued

Preparation of conservatory base for ConservaBase - Miss Kafeero

Conservatory foundation consideration explained

When it comes to deciding on your conservatory type, an important factor which you need to consider is the conservatory foundations on which your extension will be built on. It’s easy to assume that your conservatory can be built anywhere, however, much like a brick extension, it needs stable grounds to ensure its structure withstands. … Continued

The pros and cons of a tiled roof conservatory

Many people prefer tiled conservatory roofs over glass or polycarbonate roofs to maximise comfort and energy efficiency. A solid conservatory roof suits different property styles and budgets. There are a variety of tile roof options to choose from, including lightweight metal tiles, synthetic plastic tiles or tile effect sheets. Installing a new tiled roof is … Continued

Edwardian Conservatory Cinema

How to modernise a conservatory

If your conservatory has been relegated to a disused dumping ground, it’s time to modernise and claim back the space. Conservatories can be a haven. A peaceful space surrounded by the garden and tucked away from the noise.  But if you and your family have found that you’re using your conservatory less, it’s time to … Continued

P Shaped Edwardian Conservatory

The Ultimate Guide to Conservatory Pricing

You know how much room you have and you know the style you would like, now all you need to know is ‘how much is a conservatory?’. Knowing the price of a conservatory from the offset, will help you budget and plan properly to get your conservatory project off the ground without the surprise of … Continued

conservatory roof blinds

The benefits of conservatory roof blinds

While they might not be the first thing that you rush out excitedly to buy for your conservatory – conservatory roof blinds have a number of benefits. Often overlooked by many conservatory owners, it’s important to never underestimate their effectiveness when used for a number of different purposes. If your curious about how conservatory roof … Continued

p-shape conservatory with radiator

Conservatory heating solutions

Modern conservatories are built with insulated materials, so you can enjoy a pleasant space all year round. However, without any heating, even the most energy-efficient extensions will feel the temperature drop during the chilly winter months. Heating a conservatory is often needed if you’re looking to enjoy a cosy snug in colder weather. In this … Continued

What is the Best Conservatory Roof System?

From the ground up, there are so many things to consider when you’re thinking about building a conservatory. Choosing the right conservatory roof is one of the most important decisions you’ll need to make before you start to build. Here you’ll find all you need to know to answer the question ‘what is the best … Continued

Conservatory building

How long does a conservatory last?

When they’re stuck choosing between a brick extension or a traditional conservatory, many homeowners want to know ‘how long does a conservatory last?’ to help them make their final decision. The average life expectancy of a standard conservatory used to be around ten years, but, with experienced fitters, modern installation methods, the use of high … Continued

Installing Roof Sections

What to do if your conservatory is leaking

Modern conservatories are designed to withstand the hottest days, coldest seasons and windiest conditions. However, conservatories are made of multiple sections connected by rubber or silicone, making them susceptible to wear and tear as well as leaks over time. We’ll explore solutions for leaking conservatories and steps you can take to prevent leaks from getting … Continued

ConservaBase - Miss Kafeero

Conservatory underfloor heating: is it worth the money?

If you spend a lot of time in your conservatory over winter – you want to make sure it’s warm and cosy enough to do so. There are many different ways you can tackle a cold conservatory. One option you could explore is conservatory underfloor heating. Since conservatory underfloor heating is often quite expensive to … Continued

isla gladstone conservatory

Seven Famous Conservatories

We all know that a conservatory is a great addition to any home. But, did you know that some conservatories are really special. So much so, in fact, that they attract thousands of admirers to visit them each year? We’re not talking about the quaint and casual DIY conservatories supplied here at Conservatory Land, by … Continued

DIY Orangery Glass Roof from Conservatory Land

The best conservatory roof types

Whether you’re shopping for a new conservatory or modernising your current one, you’ll need to take a few things into consideration to help you find the best conservatory roof type to suit your needs. To get the most out of your money and the conservatory itself, it’s worth taking the time to think about how … Continued

Victorian, Full Height Glass, Rosewood

How to enjoy an all year round conservatory

Perfect for appreciating your garden as you sip a cold drink on a hot summer’s day and ideal for entertaining throughout a long summer’s evening, a conservatory is a welcome addition to many homes across the UK. But, as the leaves turn shades of orange and brown and temperatures begin to drop, chances are those … Continued

P-Shaped Edwardian Conservatory lighting LED strip - Aug 2017 case study

Conservatory lighting solutions

Conservatories offer plenty of natural light thanks to their large panes of glass. But when the sun goes down, you’ll need to use internal lighting to illuminate the room. In this guide, we’ll explore how you can get the most out of your conservatory lighting, what factors to consider when choosing the right lights for … Continued

Conservatory Dining Room Ideas

For those who don’t have space already to dine at home, having your conservatory as a dining room is the perfect way to create this. The benefit of having your dining room in your conservatory is that it creates a great open space to house the furniture you need. Being largely glass, the natural light … Continued

8 Ways to Use Your Conservatory

Once you have requested your brochure from us, you’ll begin to start planning various conservatory ideas, including the style, size, layout and interiors. And when it comes to deciding how you will use the room, we acknowledge this can sometimes be a difficult task, as you may not have a definite need for a conservatory … Continued

How to Prevent Condensation in Your Conservatory

Conservatories are built to be air and water tight, which ensures no leakages from rain water. It does however mean that they can be prone to condensation. This is most likely to occur when the temperature outside starts to drop, as this is the time you increase the heat indoors. With rising temperatures in your … Continued

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