Typical conservatories can add an extra value of up to 7% to your home, but imagine if they were modern, like glass conservatories, they give a chic and sophisticated feel to your home, now we’re certain that will add a lot more value to your home. So we discuss several glass conservatory designs to add some panache to you extravagant home.
Frameless glass conservatories
These conservatories sometimes referred to as a ‘glass box’ gives a very modern edge to conservatories. With the use of commercial glass technology and structural sealant applications, these conservatories allow you to enjoy tour garden all year round in whatever weather, be it rain or the sunshine, you can experience it all from the comfort of your own conservatory. Glass conservatories can satisfy even the strictest thermal and structural regulations with their unique design comes thermoregulation. Glass is an insulating material, so no need to worry about having cold feet during the winter. GlassPaint H2O
Self- Cleaning glass
An outer coating of titanium oxide is put on the surface of the glass. Titanium Oxide is a photocatalyst, meaning chemical reactions take place when the right kind of light hits it. The kind of light that normally triggers this reaction is ultraviolet light; it is the part of sunlight invisible to the human eye. The outer coating reacts with the UV light to break down dirt on the surface, it does this by breaking down carbon-based (organic dirt) grime making it easier for the rain to wash it away. This is extremely convenient as it means you do not have to wash it as much as regular glass, so this is definitely a godsend.
Anti-glare, reflective or tinted glass
This can be really useful for conservatories, which faces the sun for a majority of the time. During the height of summer the glare of the sun can be really intimidating, so having tinted, anti-glare or reflective glass can be really helpful, and not only that, having coloured tinted glass can leave a beautiful cast of light over your conservatory, which emphasises the modern element that glass itself already adds.