Does it make more sense to refurbish your existing conservatory?
Delivering timeless, understated elegance to both traditional and contemporary properties alike, glass conservatories have stood the test of time, offering a sheltered reading nook in winter and a warm, naturally light space in summer for social occasions.
If your conservatory is getting on a bit, then you may be questioning whether it is worth refurbishing the space or simply removing it altogether. Outdated conservatories can pose a variety of issues to the modern homeowner through a lack of double glazing, worn-out draughty materials and an outdated and lacklustre interior design.
Older conservatories often lack the benefits of modern, energy-efficient technology; you may find your own conservatory is stuffy in the summer and chillier in the winter. If your conservatory is currently being used as a greenhouse or storage room, then the space may benefit from a simple refurbishment.
At Majestic Designs, we have years of experience transforming old conservatories through bespoke renovations and can bring your conservatory into this century with modern innovations like energy efficient double glazing and stylish uPVC. We can deliver a wealth of expertise and experience to your project.
A simple yet effective way forward is replacing the glass in your conservatory. By removing the old thin panes of glass and installing double glazing, you and your family will immediately notice the effects of modern energy-efficient technology, through lower utility bills and a warmer, drier home.
Replace the roof
By replacing the roof of your conservatory, you can maximise natural light in the interior space while also helping to regulate the room temperature
Add an exterior door
If your conservatory does not have an exterior door to your garden, patio or other outdoor areas, you may be missing out. Exterior doors can be used to create a seamless transition between an interior and exterior space, perfect for entertaining whatever the season as well as helping improve airflow throughout your home.
An enduring classic in our range, patio doors are available in both aluminium and uPVC. A cost-effective yet stylish way to maximise natural light in your conservatory and improve air ventilation, patio doors at Majestic Designs feature modern, slim frames and large panes of double-glazed glass.
Bifold doors offer modern and contemporary style and can create that ultimate transition between your property’s exterior and interior spaces. Available in aluminium and uPVC, bifold doors create a wide vista by folding back on themselves along a smooth, durable track. In the summer, bifold doors can be opened wide for a cool breeze. In the winter, your property will benefit from maximum natural light and optimal energy efficiency during even the stormiest of days.
Ideal in both traditional and contemporary properties, French doors can elevate your property with timeless elegance and class. Installed directly into your conservatory, French doors create a simple yet traditional entranceway to your garden through a simple, stylish design.
Different styles of conservatories
Available in a range of different styles and designs, Majestic Designs has over 18 years-experience both installing new conservatories and refurbishing older styles. Whatever aesthetic your present conservatory may be, our knowledgeable team can discuss your renovation with you and advise on the best course of action.
A Victorian-style conservatory is usually engineered in an elegant, rounded shape with multi-faceted walls and a peaked roof.
Edwardian conservatories are square or rectangular in shape with a tall, ridged roof.
Designed so the roof meets a gable end, a gable conservatory has clean, minimalist lines – perfect for the contemporary home.
A lean-to conservatory is often referred to as a Mediterranean conservatory or a sunroom and has a single-sloped roof; the pitch can be altered to suit your property.
P, L, T or U-shaped conservatory
P, L, T or U-shaped conservatories can be attached to almost any home by taking on the shape of their adjoining letter.
Glazed Extension or LivinRoom
A glazed extension is more traditional in shape and design but with modern advancements in the industry, can now be engineered with the benefits of energy-efficient technology. They often feature a stylish lantern roof.
As a glazed extension features solid walls you can decorate them like any other room in your house. Walls can be wallpapered or painted and photos and artwork hung to make the room feel part of the rest of your home.
Conservatories at Majestic Designs
Majestic Designs have been engineering our bespoke range of windows and doors right here in our state-of-the-art factories in Cheddar for over 18 years. Our fully employed lead team of highly trained FENSA accredited and MTC registered installers boast a wealth of knowledge and will guide you through the process from consultation to installation.
Whether you’re looking to install a brand new conservatory or update an existing one, our conservatories are suitable for most types of homes. Our range of elegant conservatories benefit from the modern conveniences of energy-efficient technology and come in a variety of different styles and colours. Custom made to your exact specifications, you can rest assured your conservatory will match the aesthetics of your property and your own personal tastes.
If you would like any more information about our range of bespoke conservatories or your options when it comes to refurbishment, then please do contact the team at Majestic Designs today.