One of the issues that some property owners will encounter is that they may not have the space available for a traditional three-sided conservatory. In such an instance, the best option is to utilise the ergonomic design of an infill conservatory.
Also known as a corner conservatory, the major benefit with such a variant is that it will neatly fit within the angular space between two walls. Therefore, even smaller properties and gardens can enjoy the numerous benefits offered by these units. A classic Victorian style helps to add an even further sense of beauty to these designs when external space is at a premium.
Style and Comfort
We should also note that the modern infill conservatory provides all of the style that has allowed Mr. Window to become a popular choice for customers throughout Essex and indeed the entire nation. Some options include (but are certainly not limited to):
• Bay shapes
Thus, it is quite easy to match any existing exterior décor while simultaneously taking advantage of what would have otherwise been open space. It should also be pointed out that many Victorian and Elizabethan homes will utilise our conservatories so that the original style can be accentuated with truly modern levels of comfort.
Our units are comprised of a material known as uPVC. This highly durable substance is able to stand up to even the harshest of weather conditions while it is resistant to fading and warping. Such features are not possible with traditional frames such as wood or even metal.
The use of double-glazed safety glass offers a second-to-none resistance to breakage while it will insulate the interior during even the coldest months of the year. These conservatories will therefore dramatically cut down on heating costs over time.
Corner infill conservatories are a cost-effective and stunningly beautiful option for any home. As there are a number of custom colours and styles to select, we encourage you to speak with one of our qualified representatives at your earliest possible convenience.