5 Things To Consider When Designing Your Dream Conservatory

At Tyneside Home Improvements, we understand that constructing a new conservatory is a major investment. That’s why we’ve pulled together some of the most important factors you should consider during works, in order to ensure that your new conservatory space satisfies your needs and requirements.  

1. Is planning permission required?

Typically, planning permission will not be necessary for building your new conservatory. Homeowners are permitted to extend semi-detached properties by up to 3m and detached ones by a maximum of 4m without planning permission, which is adequate space for most conservatory builds.

Either way, you can rest assured that the Tyneside Home Improvements team will deal with all matters relating to planning permission and building regulations on your behalf; so you can sit back and relax in the knowledge that everything has been taken care of.

T-Shape conservatory with glass roof

  1. 2. How much space do you have?

Unless you have a particularly expansive garden, you will have to carefully consider the amount of garden space you are willing to re-purpose for your conservatory. By carefully planning this aspect of your build, you can ensure that the final result is fit for purpose, complementing your needs and lifestyle.

  1. 3. What will it be used for?

Whether your conservatory will be a living space, home office, or children’s play area, it is important to consider the room’s core function throughout the design process. This will inform everything from the shape of your conservatory, to decorative details, furnishings and the colour scheme.

Conservatory interior, used as a dining room.

  1. 4. How will you insulate it?

If you’re investing in a new conservatory, it’s worth upgrading to make sure that your space can be used 365 days a year.

Instead of sweating in summer and relying on expensive space heaters or itchy woollen jumpers in winter, you can regulate the interior temperature with a high-tech SupaLite roof. Featuring 150mm of insulation, SupaLite roofs lock-in the warmth during winter, providing a warm and cosy environment, whilst maintaining cool temperatures in summer.

Conservatory with black SupaLite tiled roof.

  1. 5. Who will build it?

Building a new conservatory is major work that implies a significant financial cost; that’s why it is important to get it right first time. Choosing a home improvement company that you can trust guarantees that the final result will meet your needs and requirements, whilst providing value for money.

At Tyneside Home Improvements, we have 1000’s of happy customers across the North East of England. With a price beat guarantee, award-winning service and plenty of financing options available; we can offer you a top-quality service and the most competitive prices.

 

Constructing a new conservatory can be a major investment; at Tyneside Home Improvements, we’re here to make sure that your project runs on-time, delivering top-quality results and 100% customer satisfaction.

Want to know more? Get in touch with our experienced team, who would be delighted to answer any questions you might have.

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Posted by Tyneside Home Improvements
on Nov 29, 2018 3:01:43 PM