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Conservatory Info
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2 Most Reliable Conservatory Materials

Building a conservatory in your property is a great idea if you want to expand the space in your home without the huge costs. It is easy to build with the help of professionals and can be done in as fast as two days, depending on the size of your conservatory. With the large variety of styles available, you can find the right design for your home in minutes. But that is not the only thing you have to consider when building a conservatory. Apart from the costs and the planning, you also have to think about the main material to be used.

 

Among the many choices, we have picked the two 2 materials that could bring out the best in your conservatory – wooden and uPVC conservatories. These two materials are completely different from one another as one is man-made while the other comes straight from nature; however, their performance is almost the same.

 

Below would be some useful information regarding the affordability, performance, and durability of both wooden and uPVC conservatories.

 

1.       Wooden Conservatories

 

 

Wooden or hardwood conservatories can be made from timber, mahogany, oak, and others. Hardwood conservatories give a different kind of beauty and elegance that can’t be trumped by other materials. They can last for years but require maintenance to keep it beautiful.

 

You have to make sure that water or moisture is controlled with your hardwood conservatory because it is the number one cause of deterioration among wood. Nevertheless, there are chemical solutions that protect wood from absorbing too much moisture. This can help keep the longevity and durability of wooden conservatories. Wood alone is stronger than uPVC which sometimes need steel reinforcements.

 

Hardwood conservatories do, however, come at a hefty price. They are more expensive than uPVC conservatories. Despite that, the value of your property is bound to increase. Another benefit you can get from hardwood conservatories is that you can easily personalise it through carvings and others.

 

2.       uPVC Conservatories

 

 

uPVC conservatories are best known for their cost-effectiveness. But that is not the only reason. uPVC is a material widely used in the construction industry and is flexible enough to be used in a large variety of ways. Because of this, uPVC can be used as the main material of your conservatory, as the frames of your double glazed windows, and as the frame of your conservatory doors.

 

You can never go wrong with the freedom you can get with uPVC conservatories. They can be made in various colours and can fit any home’s aesthetic look. You may choose to have an Edwardian, Victorian, or combination style conservatory completely made out of uPVC. They can last for more than 20 years without its colour fading and with little maintenance.

 

Choosing between a hardwood or uPVC conservatory for your home depends on your budget and needs. But no matter which one you choose, you are likely to enjoy the extra space in your home with an added value to your property.

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