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Edwardian conservatories have clean bold lines, and can include walls made from brick or wood in addition to containing glass panels. This style of conservatory is preferred by many people because it goes well with any building design, and the height and shape of the roof can easily be modified whenever there are space restrictions as well.► Click For Free Edwardian Conservatory Quotes ◄
While Edwardian conservatories on homes were traditionally used for growing plants in the winter, they have since expanded to include a multitude of uses. Many people now use them as a sun porch, study room, library or even a breakfast room. Since a number of homeowners prefer to have this space be multi-functional, they choose an Edwardian design because it easily allows them to do so.
Average Edwardian conservatory costs will depend a great deal on the size of the structure and the materials it is made from. Conservatory roofs can be made from glass panels, which are normally more costly than metal, wood or shingled roofs are. If the structure is partially made from brick, it could be difficult to find ones that match the rest of the building precisely, making the cost of materials more expensive in the long run. Local building regulations and homeowner association requirements could raise the price of this project as well.
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Q. What can I use an Edwardian conservatory for?
A. Originally these conservatories were used for growing plants in the winter. However, these days they are used for all sorts of purposes. For instance, they make great reading rooms, but can also be used to entertain people during bbq’s and Summer dinner parties. Many people even use these spaces for offices, dining rooms, kitchens, guest rooms and more. If you aren’t sure what conservatory type to choose, it’s worth noting that an Edwardian conservatory makes better use of space when compared to a Victorian conservatory.
Q. What are some characteristics of Edwardian conservatories?
A. An Edwardian conservatory is typically rectangular or square, and contains classic lines and a traditional gabled roof with an even pitch on all sides. Its design makes it ideal for building onto the back of a home or townhouse. Edwardian conservatories are very economical to build, particularly when you use one of the affordable, pre-screened contractors in our extended network.
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