If you’re looking to add a conservatory or extension to your home in Glasgow and are looking for help and advice, then this is the guide for you. Or perhaps you need information and inspiration about replacing an old conservatory roof in Glasgow with a solid tiled roof?
Either way, read on for help and advice about Glasgow home improvement projects.
If you’ve decided to add a conservatory to your home but are baffled by the huge choice of options for conservatories in Glasgow, this guide should provide you with all the key information you need.
One of the first decisions to make is which style of conservatory will work best for you and your home?
You may be bewitched by the softly curved front of a Victorian-style conservatory which is distinguished by its rounded end, made up of either 3 or 5 facets.
Or maybe your ideal conservatory in Glasgow is an Edwardian/Georgian. This popular style is angular in either a square or rectangular shape and allows for great use of the floor space, as furniture can be positioned along the straight edges of the space, meaning there is no wasted floor space. Other styles of a conservatory in Glasgow to consider are lean-tos and P-shapes.
While lean-to’s or Mediterranean conservatories are often thought of as a less stylish option than some of the other styles of conservatories in Glasgow, with a bit of imagination they can be just as stunning and equally contemporary. Steeply pitched roofs in anthracite grey are a fantastic option – simple yet modern in style, they are a great choice for Glasgow home improvement projects.
Or why not go for a combination shape such as a p-shape? This indulgent conservatory option is made up of a Victorian and a lean-to and offers a large living space with 2 distinct areas.
Once you’ve decided on which style of conservatory to go for, you can then choose your glazing. Bear in mind that conservatories in Glasgow will be exposed to low temperatures for much of the year and consider Ultraframe’s range of high-performance glass options to ensure that your conservatory not only looks beautiful but is a living space that you can use all year round.
If the often cool climate of Glasgow leaves you feeling cold, then a home extension featuring a solid or tiled roof, complete with glazed panels for natural light, maybe the best option for your home improvement project.
As with conservatories, there are many styles and options for Glasgow extensions and the first decision is which to go for.
It’s important to include some kind of glazed panels in your home extension to ensure that your new living space is flooded with natural light as this will add a further feeling of space to your new living area.
Once you have decided which style of extension to go for, there are different systems available for your new extension roof in Glasgow. If you’re looking for a flat roofed extension, then consider a deck system fitted with either flat skylights or lantern skylights. Choosing a deck system will mean that your new extension can be completed much quicker than if it was to be built using traditional construction methods.
If you choose to have a pitched roof on your new extension, then the Ultraframe Ultraroof system is a fantastic option. Featuring highly authentic tiles, the system is a fantastic alternative to a traditional timber and slate roof and boasts many features and benefits:
If you already have a conservatory that is tired and in need of bringing back to life, then replacing your conservatory roof with a solid or tiled roof could be a fantastic option for you.
If you need help and advice about replacing your old conservatory roof in Glasgow, then look no further. Here’s how to carry out this popular home improvement project in just a few easy steps:
It really is that simple!
Replacing your old conservatory in Glasgow with a new solid or tiled roof will give you a beautiful new living space that you will be able to enjoy all year round – just like any other room in your home.
We hope that this guide has been a great source of advice, inspiration, and information about adding a conservatory or extension to your home in Glasgow or replacing your old conservatory roof with something that is more modern and thermally efficient and a perfect space to enjoy your delicious haggis.
If you need any further advice or inspiration, why not take a look around the rest of the Ultraframe website.