If you're looking to maximise the space available to you with a conservatory, then a popular design is the P-shape. Most P-shaped conservatories are dual purpose, and can provide flexible layout options such as a dining and seating area in one. If you think your property would suit one, apply online to save.
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P-shaped conservatories on homes combine traditional and Victorian elements into a design that is attractive and multi-functional. These conservatories consist of a rectangular-shaped section that is attached to a round or octagon-shaped section in order to somewhat resemble the letter "p." It can be an excellent choice whenever a conservatory is being planned for multiple purposes.► Click For Free P Shaped Conservatory Quotes ◄
When it comes to p-shaped conservatories, the framework of this structure can sometimes include brick, concrete, stone or wood to which glass panels are then attached. In the straight section, glass panels are normally very flat, but on the circular end, they tend to be more rounded. All or part of this roof could be made from glass panels that sit on a framework of vinyl or wood to help stabilize them.
Average p-shaped conservatory costs will vary based upon the size of the structure and the materials used for the framework. Brick and stone tend to be more expensive than concrete or wood, so structures that include these materials tend to cost more than others do. Adding special features such as ceiling fans or roofs that vent open with the touch of a button will also increase the overall bottom line. Finally, the height of the dome on the rounded end will affect an estimate, as domes with a very high peak tend to be expensive to build.
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Q. What are the advantages of a p-shaped conservatory?
A. P-shaped conservatories are multifunctional and can be built using a wide variety of materials. The main drawing card to this type of conservatory is that they can be used for more than one purpose. For instance, you could have a dining area in one section, and a greenhouse in the other. It could also be possible to use the conservatory as one large room. Itís worth noting that p-shaped conservatories offer a wide range of view outside (which is great for parents or if your property is scenic). They can also be designed to follow a certain style, such as Edwardian or Victorian.
Q. What are the advantages of a P-shaped conservatory?
A. P-shaped conservatories provide very pleasing aesthetics, as they combine the classic line of an Edwardian conservatory with the smooth, round features of a Victorian one. They are ideal whenever you would like to use your conservatory for more than one purpose. For example, you could turn one area into a breakfast nook, and use the other one as a greenhouse.
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