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T Shaped Conservatory Guide

Specifications and Information

T Shaped Conservatory InformationThe T-shape conservatory style is also a modern concept. Like the P-shape conservatory style, the T-shape is made from from a number of different standard conservatory designs. Unlike the P-shape the main living area is centred in the structure. The T-shape is mainly used to increase aesthetic appeal of what might consider a bland structure.

For example. The home owner wants a nine metre wide by four metre projection conservatory. He has three options. The Georgian (hipped Edwardian), hipped lean-to or lean-to. He decides that he would prefer the volume created by a hipped lean-to but is not overly impressed by the boring rectangular shape. To enhance the appearance he decides to insert a four point five metre gable end style into the centre of the hipped lean-to, and have it project a total of five meters from the house. The result is probably one of the most impressive conservatories one can imagine. The only draw back to creating the dream conservatory is, it will be comparatively expensive.

T Shaped Conservatory InformationHaving said that, an impressive T-shape conservatory design, that is well specified and has a treated glass roof, will increase the property value by roughly the same as the cost of building the structure. There are a number of different combinations you could chose when considering conservatory design. These would be influenced by the architectural style of the property. When considering a conservatory extension on a Tudor style property with a steep pitched roof. A triple, gable ended, hipped back conservatory would be appropriate and look absolutely stunning. As impressive as the appearance of the conservatory is on the house, the views created from inside looking out can be equally interesting and impressive. Using different height base walls and full height glass can enhance the views to the garden or a panoramic landscape.

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