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Featuring a central projection and available in a gable, Victorian, or Edwardian style, a T shaped conservatory allows you to separate the room into two individual areas. This is ideal if you lack space around the home and will enable you to create a new playroom, living area, dining room, plant room, office or study. Alternatively, you can utilise the space and enjoy your conservatory as one larger area. T shaped conservatories give you more flexibility and control than ever before so you can enjoy sitting in your conservatory all year round.
The central part of a T shaped conservatory extends out to give the illusion of more space in the room, and helps to blur the line between the garden and the home. It can highlight design elements such as French doors and instantly make a statement. In fact, your new conservatory could become an instant conversation starter for guests who visit your room. This type of conservatory is best suited for larger properties with a big garden as it can take up more room than other conservatories. However, you will be able to fully customise your conservatory, and choose from a wide range of different designs, colours and finishes.
Here at A&B Asset, we can create a conservatory that best suits your individual style and needs. We will work with you every step of the way and provide you with the highest levels of customer service. We can take care of structural calculations and building regulations, and source bricks so that they match the rest of the exterior of your home. You can customise materials to make your new conservatory work for you. Choose from hardwood, UPVC, or aluminium, or opt for self-cleaning glass or molan polycarbonate. Our self-cleaning glass provides great insulation for your home and allows plenty of natural light to fill your property. It also cleans itself, making it extremely low maintenance – ideal if you don’t have the time to continuously maintain your conservatory.
Here are some of the benefits of a T-shaped conservatory:
If you would like more information about our T shaped conservatories, or need more details about the other types of conservatory that we offer, don’t hesitate to contact us today and speak to a member of our team.
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