For many homeowners, conservatories in Lymm have become a great way to expand their living spaces in a creative way without having to move to a new house. In most cases, it is not necessary to obtain planning permission to construct a conservatory and, if it is constructed well, it will almost certainly add to the value of your house. A conservatory is also versatile and can be used for a range of purposes, including as a family lounge, breakfast room, sun room, study or even a kitchen. Unlike other rooms or any other type of extension, a conservatory is unique in that it allows natural light and warmth from the garden into your home while keeping out the elements. Construction of conservatories has evolved a great deal from their origins in Victorian and Edwardian times, making them affordable and desirable.
By far the most common material used in Lymm for conservatories is PVCu, though some are made of aluminium or wood. PVCu is a kind of thermoplastic that is heated and moulded into the shape required and then solidifies when cooled into the desired shape. Although PVCu traditionally used to be available in only white, it can now be purchased in a variety of colours and wood grain effects such as golden oak and mahogany. This material has come into widespread use for a variety of reasons, chief among them being its cost. It is not only cheaper to purchase than wood or aluminum, but it also requires very little maintenance once installed. Its poor thermo conductivity also means that very little energy escapes through it, so having a conservatory does not affect your heating or cooling costs.
Since the company was founded in 1993, Sterling PVCu has established itself as a leading constructor of PVCu windows, doors and conservatories in Lymm. Our motivated and highly skilled workforce continually strives to maintain the high standards we have set for ourselves. We are constantly evolving by continually investing in innovation and the latest manufacturing techniques to produce a range of products that adheres to British Standards Guidelines. Call us today to find out why we have remained at the forefront of conservatory manufacturing innovation.