Add Living Space to Your Home With a Conservatory or Orangery

A Conservatory or Orangery is an excellent way to increase the amount of living space available in your home. Whether you want to relax and watch the sun set from your favourite seat, have a place for the children to play or enjoy a spot of gardening with a cup of tea, this space will allow you to make full use of your home all year round.

The Monmouthshire Window Company can design and build a beautiful conservatory that will suit your homes unique style. Our bespoke conservatories and orangeries are constructed using the latest materials that enable them to be used all year round, protecting you from the elements as well as being energy efficient.

Traditionally, conservatories are made from glass and have a high surface area, which doesn’t store ambient heat but instead traps infrared rays. This makes them close to the outside temperature in winter and overheats in summer making them unusable for large parts of the year.

Our new range of uPVC conservatories are much more effective at retaining warmth in the winter and keeping cool in the summer. They are also built to last as long as your house and will not need replacing like the traditional alternatives.

We can build a wide range of different styles of conservatory, from the classic P shaped Victorian conservatory to the more modern lean-to, Edwardian or Georgian conservatory. There is also the option of a combination conservatory where you can create two distinct areas within the same roof structure. We can also offer a choice of roof types, such as a tiled or glazed flat roof.

In addition to a conservatory, we can also add a Skyroom to your home. This is a revolutionary concept that combines the benefits of a conservatory with the more solid feel of an extension. The result is a stunning space that can be used all year round, providing an excellent room for relaxation, dining or entertaining as well as offering a seamless link between your interior and outdoor spaces.

A Skyroom can be customised to suit your individual needs, with different lighting options and flooring options available to choose from. The choice of flooring is particularly important because it will impact on the ambience and comfort of your space.

If you’re thinking about adding a conservatory, replacement conservatory roof or extension to your home in the South Wales area, then we recommend that you speak with an Ultra Installer near you. An Ultra Installer will be able to help you choose the right style of conservatory for your home, explain the planning permission and building regulations that apply and take care of any application or approvals on your behalf. They will also be able to tell you all about the range of products and colours that are available to suit your home. conservatories south Wales

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