Conservatories are a cost-effective and valuable lifestyle addition to any home, creating extra space for use all year round. As a successful Midland based manufacturer and installer of upvc windows, doors and conservatories for over 20 years, Mainstream Windows can provide you with the right conservatory to suit your lifestyle, home and budget.
There is a style of conservatory to suit every type of property and purpose in Henley in Arden, Evesham, Solihull, Knowle, Bromsgrove, Stratford upon Avon. Whether it will be used as an additional reception room, an extension to your garden, playroom or even an office, a quality Mainstream conservatory will give you many years of enjoyment and further enhance how you use your living space.
At Mainstream Windows, our expert team has assisted many homeowners in the local area in getting the best value for money for their home improvements. First thing to consider is how do you envisage using your new conservatory? Your conservatory’s ultimate day-to-day use will determine how large it needs to be as well as which style, layout and materials will work best.
It’s all about understanding your lifestyle and what you want to achieve. By working with you, from initial discussions on design, size and style, etc, right through to the planning consent process, if applicable, we can supply the conservatory of your dreams.
Mainstream Windows is a FENSA-registered company and established in Midlands since 1988. All Mainstream conservatories come with a ten-year fully comprehensive and no-quibble guarantee, backed by a market-leading insurance company, for your complete peace of mind.
Modern conservatories tend to be constructed from upvc frames that offer superior thermal efficiency and are easy to clean and maintain. For the glazed frames, you can choose from a variety of finishes, including attractive woodgrain finishes or ‘heritage’ colours, such as cream or olive green to match existing windows and doors.
For the roof, you can choose from polycarbonate, clear glass or performance glass. If budget allows, it makes sense to invest in some of the best roof glass technology on the market, such as tinted, self-cleaning high performance glass available in blue or green. This Low E glass has a special coating, which helps to keep conservatories cooler in summer and warmer in winter by blocking at least 60% or more of solar heat. The self-cleaning coating reduces maintenance by repelling water so the glass remains cleaner for longer.
Finally, when it comes to accessorising your new conservatory, innovative lighting is one way of adding that perfect finishing touch. A stunning new way to illuminate conservatories is a surround lighting system that can be fitted around the ring beam of any roof system, creating a perfect ambiance with indirect lighting. Uplighting bounces light off the roof glazing, while downlighting illuminates the windows and window boards around the room to provide warm, relaxing light levels when needed.
Whatever your space requirements and the size available to you, there is a conservatory style to suit. Lean-to conservatories feature a single slope for a roof and offer great value for money. Classic Georgian and Edwardian styles have square fronts and a ridge in the centre of the roof, providing plenty of practical space.
Victorian bay-fronted conservatories are another popular design, retaining the central ridge with three, or occasionally five, segments at the front. Where space permits, P-shape structures add a unique dimension, using a combination of a lean-to at the side of a Victorian or Edwardian-shaped conservatory.