What’s the Difference Between a Lean To and a Conservatory??

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A conservatory is a room built on top of a house or bungalow, with a solid roof, to give a light and airy extension to the interior. They are a popular option for those looking to improve their home or add value to their property. They provide space for garden growth, as well as for dining, relaxation, and even a playroom. There are many different types of conservatories, and they vary in price.

Lean-tos are a great choice for those with limited property space. They can fit almost anywhere and can be customised to suit any style and design. They have a clean, modern appearance and are very easy to install. They are also cheap to buy and install. They make a great addition to any home, especially if you want to turn your garden into a feature.

A lean to conservatory is an excellent way to make use of your limited garden space. It provides a warm and light room that can be used as a greenhouse, dining room, or playroom. It’s a good investment and will help to increase the resale value of your home. However, you should bear in mind that the size of your property will have an impact on the final cost of your conservatory. You’ll need to factor in the pitch of the roof.

You’ll also need to decide how much you’re willing to spend. In terms of price, lean tos are generally the cheapest conservatory styles. They can range from PS5,500 to PS7,000. The standard uPVC lean to costs around PS6,250. On the other hand, a fully glazed model could be around PS5,750 to PS7,250.

You can choose between a polycarbonate or glass roof. The glass option is a little more expensive, but it will keep the room cooler in summer. It’s also more attractive and has self-cleaning properties. It also reduces outside noise by up to 50%. You can also install floor heating and double glazing in your lean to to help with thermal efficiency.

Lean to conservatories are a popular style of room in the UK. They can be a great solution for those who don’t have the space or budget for a large project. They are also very versatile and can be fitted into awkward areas. They are usually rectangular or square shaped structures. They can be installed as a single-storey extension, or with a bi-fold fitting. They are often installed with a small door on one side.

If you’re considering installing a conservatory, it’s important to know how much planning permission will cost you. It will involve several pieces of paperwork, and there will be a fee to pay. If your project doesn’t meet the rules, you’ll need to make changes or seek new planning permission. It’s important to get this process right, or you might end up wasting money and time.

Another important thing to consider is the material. For example, you should look for a low maintenance product, such as engineered wood, or avoid a product that is made from polycarbonate. It’s also worth looking into how environmentally friendly your chosen products are.

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