Conservatories can be a great addition to any home that the whole family can benefit from, whilst increasing the value of your property. Here at Charm Windows in Worksop, we build all styles of conservatories, from the traditional Victorian and classic Edwardian, to the light and airy Gable-End and the more contemporary Lean-to sunrooms and Orangeries. Whatever you needs or preference, we are sure that you will find a design to bring new life and energy to your home. There are a number of styles and / or combination of styles for you to choose and decide from. Either way, your new conservatory will be tailored to your individual needs in order to create your own ideal space, that’s perfect for you.
Edwardian Conservatories are that classic conservatory option, combining traditional style with modern day technology. It’s timeless in every sense, maximising inside space with style. These conservatories echo elegant architecture of the Edwardian era. The versatility of the apex roof makes them ideal for homes of all styles and ages.
Victorian conservatories are possibly the most popular of our conservatory styles, adding character to both modern day and period homes. They have a bow end, a steep roof and decorative ridge details which makes them perfect for any style of property.
With a touch of the Mediterranean, our Lean-To or Sun lounge style conservatories feature a slopping roof that makes them perfect for bungalows or buildings with low eaves. The contemporary design can help you gain the maximum benefits from the smallest of amount of available space.
Orangeries can add an extra dimension to your home. Constructed using more walled areas, large windows and a lantern rooflight, orangeries offer great privacy, sleek style, space and light to your home.
Combination & Bespoke
Charm Windows can combine conservatory styles into one solution, so that you can take advantage of the benefits by mixing both modern and classic features together. All our conservatories can be custom designed to suit your home and personal requirements, with contemporary designs that can help you gain the maximum amount of benefits from the smallest of spaces.
Consider the location and position of your conservatory. Conservatories that face south receive the most sun and as such, the need for adequate ventilation is crucial.
You might also want to think about using thermal inserts or Celsius performance glass in the roof.
Size & Style
Ensure the conservatory you are planning is in proportion to your house. Too big and it may dwarf your house, to small and you may not be making best use of the available space.
Some things work better than others, for instance ‘P’ and ‘T’ shaped floor plans work better for larger conservatories, where as a simple rectangular floor plan are usually best for the smaller conservatory.
One of the first things you need to decide upon is whether you want full height glazing or dwarf walls with glazing above.
If you decide on dwarf walls, you’ll need to think of the finish you would prefer – either a brick finish or a plastered finish, which you can then decorate in wallpaper designs / paint etc to complement the look and feel of your home, or set the desired mood for the room.
Charm Windows have many years experience in working with our customer to design and build the conservatory of their dreams, professionally, using top quality materials and efficiently.
As part of our in-house services, we can offer advice and drawings to help if you need planning permission for your conservatory or sunroom extension.