Moor Park Court

St Georges Rd, Preston, PR1

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Common Conservatory FAQs

Have you thought about adding a conservatory to your home? For many, it’s the dream home improvement. Ever imagined yourself relaxing in your brand new conservatory with a loved one after a long day?
There are many benefits a conservatory brings to your property, but if you have never had one before, you will have questions you would like answering. This is where we can help. Take a look at our list of some of the most common conservatory FAQs.

Will it be too Cold in the Winter?

Conservatories can be used all year round. Although they are cooler during the winter months, with a little forward-thinking, it’s very possible to enjoy your conservatory and make it cosy even during the colder times of the year.
A little tip; blinds add an extra layer of protection from the cold, keeping the room warm. Also, why not invest in a large rug or carpet to keep the heat in.

Are Blinds Essential? 
As conservatories are predominantly made of glass, blinds can be essential. They provide shade on sunny days and they can also give you added privacy. Not everyone chooses to have blinds, but it is entirely up to the homeowner.

What Does the Build Process Involve?
Understanding more about what the process involves will put your mind at ease and help you to make a decision about moving forward. Every build is different and so it’s hard to make generalisations. At Trade Windows, we are happy to answer any questions and thoroughly explain the process. 
We offer a beautiful range of contemporary and traditional conservatories, giving your house some needed extra space; we have every style to suit your needs and budget. From the first contact, you will meet with the designer, and talked through the full process, from planning through to design and build. If you’re looking at adding a conservatory to your home, we can help. If you would like to find out more about our products and services – simply get in touch with us today and we will be happy to help.