our GreenRoom oak conservatory extensions
maximise the use of glass
flooding the room in natural light.
In Britain we have a long history of formal conservatories and over the last 40 years there has been a renaissance in the popularity of Oak Framed conservatories. Construction problems of the past have been overcome with a new wave of technology with GreenRooms at the forefront; Technology that makes conservatories easier to maintain and heat such as Double and triple glazing and under floor heating.
The simplest way to understand the design of a conservatory, as opposed to the inset glazed roof lantern of an orangery, is that a timber conservatory will always have roof beams going right to the edge, leaving you with fully glazed walls. A beautiful timber conservatory creates a light and refreshing place, just right as an informal dining room or simply a quiet space to work, study or simply relax.
An oak framed conservatory from GreenRooms will give you a luxurious and well appointed room that will optimise the natural light and bring further warmth to your home.
Always a popular way of adding space and increasing light levels in the home, conservatories create a link between the house and the garden. Using an oak frame for the structure not only makes a conservatory stronger, it will also be insulated well, oak being a natural material that provides incredible heat retention, especially when combined with modern glazing. An oak frame gives an extension real appeal and 'wow factor'. Anyone visiting cannot fail to be impressed by the substantial presence of oak beams and an oak conservatory introduces the owner to all the benefits of living in an oak home.
Oak is a premium building material and is not a cheap way to build, but what it gives the home owner is amazing value, both in terms of longevity - low maintenance and virtually ever lasting material - and in adding value to your home should you decide to sell in the future. Any potential house buyer would see an oak addition or extension to a home a real bonus and plus point.
Excessive temperatures in Summer and heat loss in the winter have always been associated with conservatories, but with modern glazed units (double and triple glazed) these issues are much reduced. Oak is a natural and sustainable material, with inherent insulation properties. GreenRooms will advise you regarding glazing options, whether hardwood, aluminium or other materials and will ensure that you get an efficient combination for maximum comfort both in Summer and Winter.
Our Architectural designers will create a 3 dimensional fly-through video so you can see exactly how your new oak conservatory will take shape and transform your home.
Contact GreenRooms today and together we will create the perfect Timber Conservatory for you.