by Alternative Roof Solutions, Northampton, covering Northamptonshire.
Do you need more room in your home but don’t want to move? A modern conservatory can give you that extra space that you need.
A conservatory can have many uses, you may just want some extra room to entertain, or for your children to play in, so that their toys aren’t strewn around the house or even a room to just relax and enjoy your garden. Whatever your reasons for considering a new conservatory, it will give you the space that you want and will add value to your home.
There are many options for modern conservatories, which means that you can create the look and style that suits your home and lifestyle.
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All of our conservatories are bespoke designed and built for each customer and with so many different options, we can truly design the conservatory of your dreams.
Style of Conservatory
When our sales team visit you to discuss your new conservatory, the first thing they will ask is how do you want to use your conservatory, so they can suggest the best style for your needs. They will also look at the style of your home, to ensure that the conservatory either blends in or makes a bold statement.
There are many options for the shape of your new conservatory, either Victorian, Edwardian, Lean to, Hipped Edwardian, Double Hipped Edwardian, P Shape, T Shape or a completely bespoke design.
Conservatory Windows and Doors
Once we have discussed the shape of your conservatory, it’s time to decide on the conservatory windows and doors.
Gone is the day when conservatories came in one colour, which was white, with the developments in uPVC we can now offer uPVC windows and doors in wide range of colours, nearly every colour and shade under the sun. Although white is still a very popular colour for conservatories, some of our other popular colours are Rosewood, Chartwell Green and Cream Woodgrain. Although if you really want your conservatory to stand out, and make a statement how about Anthracite Gray, which is becoming very popular in uPVC windows. If you decide to opt for a colour other than white, you can opt for your windows and doors to be white inside, for the more traditional look.
Doors are also an important decision, you can choose from French Doors, Patio Doors, Single Doors or why not a beautiful set of bifolding doors, to really open up your conservatory into your garden.
There are three options for a conservatory roof, polycarbonate, glass or a solid conservatory roof.
Polycarbonate Conservatory Roof
Polycarbonate used to be the only option for a conservatory roof, but now that has changed. Polycarbonate is still a popular option and is available in several colours, although for energy efficiency is not the best option.
Glass Conservatory Roof
Glass conservatory roofs have become very popular, and can make a beautiful focal point, especially if a modern lighting pelmet is fitted. There are several options of glass for your conservatory roof, along with self-cleaning glass and heat reflective glass. A glass conservatory roof is more energy efficient than a polycarbonate conservatory roof.
Solid Conservatory Roof
If you’re looking for the best energy efficiency, then a solid conservatory roof is your best option. With the layers of insulation that we fit within the conservatory roof, it really does help to keep heat out in the summer and the warmth in during the winter.
A solid conservatory roof can transform the look of a conservatory, making it something rather special. There is a choice of colours for the lightweight tiles, to blend in with your house roof, or why not make a statement and go for a contrasting colour.
Whatever style of conservatory that you chose at Alternative Roof Solutions in Northampton, our skilled installers will ensure that your new conservatory is built to your requirements and comes with an insurance backed 10-year guarantee.
“We would like to thank Alternative Home Improvements for the great work that they have recently completed on our conservatory conversion. The project involved a tight schedule and was completed in a very timely manner and finished to the highest standards.”
Johnathan Bailey, Buckingham