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Known for the tradition and style that it provides, hardwood remains one of the most popular material choices for new conservatories. Whether you have a traditional country cottage or modern townhouse, hardwood blends well into its surroundings and can instantly transform a garden area – regardless of its shape and size. Our hardwood is selected for the quality of its wood grain and is coated with a sealant to protect your conservatory against the weather and the elements. This sealant allows the wood to breathe and prevents it from becoming damaged or warped in the future. Not only will your hardwood look great, but it is also environmentally sound. We source our solid woods from sustainable forests, and only choose wood based on its strength and durability.
Here at A&B Asset, we provide the highest standards of customer service at all times, so you can rest assured that you are getting the best value for money during the conservatory installation process. We can provide information and help when it comes to structural calculations and building regulations, and can even assess the ground to find out the most suitable foundations for your new conservatory.
Lean-to conservatories are the ideal choice for many different home styles. Rectangular in shape, they make best use of all additional space, making them beneficial if you have a smaller home with not much garden space. The lean-to conservatory can provide you with perfect place to relax and unwind throughout the year, and you will be able to entertain guests or use the structure as a study, office, dining area, or living space.
Lean-to conservatories are so popular because they invite natural light into the structure and instantly extend your home. Using the latest in design innovation and the highest quality materials, you could even save more money on your utility bills by opting for one of our lean-to conservatories. When combined with design elements such as roof vents or French doors, your conservatory will remain feeling cool and comfortable when temperatures improve during the summer months. When the weather gets much colder during the winter, incorporating double or triple glazing can prevent heat from escaping from your conservatory, and can make draughts and unwanted cold air a thing of the past. You will effectively be able to control the temperature of your conservatory all year round, and save more money on your energy bills in the process.
For more information about our hardwood lean-to conservatories, just contact a member of our friendly team today to find out more information on out Freephone number 01473 467173.
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