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P-shaped conservatories are among the most popular types of conservatory design available on the market today, utilising space and available in a wide range of different designs. Combining a three or five faceted Victorian conservatory with the design of a lean-to conservatory, you will be able to enjoy a wider area. The result? The ability to create two living areas in your conservatory, providing you and your family with all the space you need. What you decide to use your P-shaped conservatory for is up to you, but dining rooms, living spaces, plant rooms, home offices, and playrooms are among the most popular.
A P-shaped conservatory has an elegant shape and will enable you to entertain guests when they visit your home or create the perfect place to relax whatever the weather. They are best suited to various properties from different areas, and can even be used to link together two rooms at the back of your home. Combining your conservatory with your main property can instantly transform the look and feel of your property, giving you the space that you need.
A P-shaped conservatory can be used as two smaller areas or as one larger area, and are available in a wide range of different styles and finishes including UPVC, aluminium and hardwood. You can also choose from various finishes and colours. You will be able to create a bespoke conservatory based on your lifestyle and budget.
Here at A&B Asset, we pride ourselves on making our high quality conservatories as energy efficient as possible, and can include additional features such as roof glazing and triple glazed windows. Roof glazing can reflect light better than other materials, allowing you to enjoy your conservatory all year round without it becoming overheated. Our self-cleaning glass saves you a lot of maintenance work when it comes to cleaning your property, and helps to insulate the property. This allows you to enjoy the conservatory all year round, even in the most adverse of winter weather. A fully insulated conservatory can also save you more money on your utility bills.
Here are some of the benefits of P-shaped conservatories:
For more information about our P-shaped conservatories, as well as details on the other types of conservatory that we offer, don’t hesitate to contact a member of our friendly staff for free by calling 0178 788 0099. A customer representative will be able to answer any questions you have and explain all of the benefits of incorporating a new conservatory in your home.
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