Want Extra Light In Your Home? Try A Glass-To-Floor Conservatory

While it hasn’t quite yet reached the heights of last summer, the weather has been pretty kind to us so far this summer, with most parts of the region experiencing pleasant conditions and plenty of long, sunny days.  


Glass-To-Floor Edwardian ConservatoryThere can be no argument that having extra hours of daylight undoubtedly does our wellbeing a world of good. It gives us more of a get-up-and-go attitude, which can never be viewed as a bad thing.

If it’s a feeling that you love, how about you take in more of those lengthy spells of summer sunshine inside of a glass-to-floor conservatory?

A conservatory by definition must have over 50% of its wall area glazed. Well, with a glass-to-floor conservatory, you get even more glass than that as the glazed panes stretch virtually the entire distance between the base of the structure to the bottom of the ceiling.

Getting rid of the traditional dwarf wall that comes with a conventional conservatory is how this is achievable.

Some may worry that with all this glass there is a serious danger of the extension overheating in summer. It’s a reasonable concern, but one that you don’t need to have.

Thermally efficient glass is used throughout and the cleverness of this glass ensures you of perfect internal thermal comfort whether it’s red hot outside or freezing cold. External conditions will have absolutely no impact indoors, which is the total opposite of the impact they typically have on conservatories built using out-dated methods.

They’ll be an outdoorsy feel to the conservatory when you’re relaxing in the space due to the wealth of natural light that fills it. For an atmosphere even more akin to what’s outdoors, you could ask for French, patio or bi-folding doors to be incorporated into the extension that you can use to open it out throughout summer.

Don’t want a glass roof? We can apply a polycarbonate or tiled roof to the top of the extension, both of which will keep it well-insulated. You’re also able to have the conservatory constructed from a UPVC, aluminium or Heritage frame and finished in a host of modern and traditional coloured finishes.


Want more information or interested in making the installation of a glass-to-floor conservatory your next home improvement? Request a FREE copy of our Conservatories brochure.









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