5 THINGS TO CONSIDER WHEN
PLANNING A CONSERVATORY
Whether you’ve set your sights on a new home office area, longing for extra living space or simply looking to enjoy your garden all year round, whatever it may be, a conservatory is a great way to achieve your desired goal.
But before the hard work begins there are a few things that need to be considered. Here are Ascot & Rose’s top tips ahead of building your dream conservatory.
First things first, one of the most important things to consider in your conservatory planning is why you want a conservatory and what you’re going to use it for.
The experts at Ascot & Rose believe that home extensions are most successful when a specific goal is in mind ahead of carrying out the work.
A conservatory can be used for many reasons – one being purely for extra space. Now, more than ever, we’re spending more time in our humble abodes and longing for that extra space is a common thought upon many.
For some, it may be that you work from home and want your conservatory to be a bright and airy office space or classroom area for homeschooling.
Another popular purpose among families is to create a safe space for a child’s play area.
All of these ideas along with a kitchen extension, dining room, yoga room, garden room, games room and even just a relaxation space to kick back with a good book are all the versatile possibilities of having a conservatory.
Deciding on a purpose for your conservatory early on in the process can help with the overall development.
Planning permission – two daunting words that create hassle, fear and doubt. With the help from the professionals at Ascot & Rose planning permission couldn’t be easier.
Planning permission may be something you’d never think to consider when building on your own property and while every circumstance is different, some cases require planning permission, so it is important to factor this into your plans.
Using a professional company such as Ascot & Rose ensures that everything from the planning process to design, manufacture, construction and completion is taken care of – professionally, legally and of a high standard.
Deciding on the design of your conservatory is a crucial step. It’s important to ensure the appearance complements the exterior of your home – creating an aesthetically pleasing look all-round.
Working closely with a company such as Ascot & Rose allows you to discuss, in detail, your idea – taking into consideration your home, style and vision for your conservatory.
Attention to detail is essential when it comes to the design. Ascot & Rose use only the best premium windows available in the UK that are designed to authentically replicate traditional timber designs, combined with innovation and technological advancements that outperform many other systems.
Every Ascot & Rose structure combines market-leading designs and craftsmanship with modern technology to create beautiful living spaces that are designed to last a lifetime.
Quality, quality, quality. Without a doubt, the most important thing to take into consideration is the standard of quality.
While it’s important to hire a professional, it’s more important to hire the right professional. Before any work begins, ensuring you’re going to receive a top-quality service is the key to an exquisite conservatory.
With over 25 years experience, Ascot & Rose will design, manufacture and install stunning additional living space to your home and the entire project will be delivered from start to finish in a professional and friendly manner.
No matter what shape or size, the brilliant team are on hand to deliver a tailored design that will provide first-class results.
The cost of a big development can sometimes be daunting and options can appear to be limited. However, at Ascot & Rose, they offer a bespoke service so you can create the perfect space to suit your needs and your budget.
Having an idea of your budget is important as this allows you to understand what can be achieved from the outset.
With a vast amount of experience within the industry, Ascot & Rose will work closely with you to ensure your desired conservatory is achieved – ensuring a high standard at all costs.
While a conservatory adds value to your home, it also adds value to your lifestyle, if built to a high standard, it will be a lifetime investment.
Read the full feature in Luxe magazine.