Wooden conservatories are an excellent way to add style to your home whilst adding a sense of nature to your surroundings. Whilst traditional styles can still look stunning in the conservatory, there is something more modern and contemporary about the look of a wooden conservatory – as they are generally made with a modern approach to conservatory construction and the materials used in the construction.
Some of the key features that you will find in wooden conservatories include: solid double glazed wood casement doors with locking catches. Hand crafted natural wood or hardwood frames, different coloured glass designs, various glass textures and custom fitted hardwood fittings wooden conservatories.
Wood has been used as a material for building buildings and homes for hundreds of years. In fact, it has been used for centuries to build houses. Today, with the advancement of technology and the introduction of sustainable building techniques, we can use wood to create beautiful and functional conservatories, which look fantastic in any garden.
The construction of a conservatory begins with the installation of wooden sashes and window frames. Then, with the use of a glazing system, you can either opt to have glazing panels installed or you can choose to have a standard double glazing system. The first option is the more economical option but not always the most suitable solution, with double glazing panels becoming outdated very quickly as the heat and light loss are often greater in single-glazed glass systems than in double glazed.
Once your timber frames are complete conservatories, you will then want to decide on the interior design and style of your conservatory. There are many different styles available, ranging from Victorian style to contemporary, so there is bound to be something suitable to your tastes in your chosen timber frame design. A more modern conservatory will have a modern finish, whereas a more traditional conservatory will often have a more traditional style.
As with any other home improvement project, making sure that the installation goes smoothly before you make any further changes is vital. Taking on the task of installing your new wooden conservatory should be a fairly straightforward task, especially if you have an experienced installer. Be sure to discuss your exact design and specifications with the installer so that you can achieve the look that you want, as well as being sure to follow the correct installation procedures when installing your new conservatory. Remember that the last thing you want is a large hole in your wall!