We all know a conservatory improves the aesthetics and value of a home, but when it comes to deciding on the exact conservatory style you want, it can be a daunting task. With a variety of conservatory types, each with their own subset of styles, it can be difficult to come to a conclusion on the kind you think will suit your home best.
uPVC conservatory styles
A uPVC conservatory is probably the most common form of home extension, and for good reason too. With their affordable price range and huge variety in appearance, there’s something for every kind of homeowner.
Victorian uPVC conservatories
A Victorian conservatory is one of the popular styles and is considered by many to be the conventional conservatory. They sport a curved appearance and a faceted front, making them look great with traditional houses.
Edwardian uPVC conservatories
Edwardian conservatories tend to be more rectangular in shape and their flat fronted style allows for more floor space, so this is a great option if you have big plans for your conservatory.
Double hipped conservatories
A double hipped conservatory works well with all properties, but they work especially well with height restricted properties thanks to their pitched roof.
A gable conservatory is designed with the intent to add a sense of grandeur to a home. They normally have raised roofs that create a feeling of height and space within the conservatory.
The best uPVC conservatory for a Welsh home
If you’re looking for a uPVC conservatory to suit your traditional Welsh home, your best bet is to go with a Victorian or gable conservatory, but it’s entirely up to you. If you’re still not sure, here at Falcon Installations we actually offer custom conservatories that allow you to select the details of your own bespoke conservatory.
A loggia conservatory is heavily inspired by Italian Renaissance architecture and is therefore styled with classic aesthetics and plastered walls. These are perfect for Welsh properties as their sturdy columns and traditional architecture fits in brilliantly with period homes.
Whilst not technically a conservatory, an orangery is very similar but focuses on different properties. They’re designed to act as a hybrid between a conservatory and a home extension, meaning they will merge exceedingly well with the design of your home. We also offer LivinRoom orangeries from Ultraframe that offer a unique design compared to the standard orangery.
No matter what style of conservatory you decide on for your Welsh home, Falcon Installations are experts in the trade, meaning you can be certain it will be a worthwhile addition. We also install windows, doors, and a whole host of other products in the home improvement sector. If you’d like to make an enquiry, you can contact us today or browse our website for more information.