Some people choose to invest in a conservatory so that they have somewhere special to immerse themselves in the view of their garden. When this is the motivation you’re best going for an overwhelmingly glazed conservatory as you can do with a glass-to-floor conservatory where framework is kept to a minimum and glass completely takes over. Glass is everywhere in this example and particularly in the roofing system which is responsible for driving in the light of the sun as much as the windows and doors. The doors we mention are French doors, featuring a threshold to ensure a safe escape outside can be made.
When the sun goes in at the end of the day, the glass-to-floor conservatory remains useable as the spotlights inside the internal perimeter pelmet emit a generous standard of lighting. They use energy efficient bulbs, so won’t prove a strain on energy bills. The thickness of the internal perimeter pelmet was further reason to go for the glass-to-floor option as this compensated for any potential light restriction. You may look at this installation and be fearful of it overheating due to the high quantity of glass, but it’ll do the complete opposite and keep the conservatory feeling perfectly cool in summer.
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