The addition of a Victorian style sun-room or conservatory is an excellent way to add extra room to your home, increase the value of your house, and bring natural light into your home, reducing lighting costs. These are all really solid reasons to build one of these kits, but the best reason is that these rooms create an atmosphere that is relaxing, and when filled with plants, a fragrant and peaceful setting. The rat race of life demands an area of comfort to get away from it all for just a short time to clear the head; this room is meant just for that purpose. Elegant Victorian style sun-rooms have been the rage since the Victorian era because they are so beautiful and can be built of so many different materials.
The Victorian style comes with various features and designs. The DIY kits are easy to assemble when there are two or three working together to help with the balancing and lifting. You can create a sun lounge, a pavilion design and incorporate the Victorian era look into the design of each. The self assembly kits are cost effective and easy to build for those familiar with hand tools and some basic power tools.
Most of the Victorian designs come with three or five facets. This is very nice for plants because there is more than one source for light, unlike when the plants are placed inside the home’s interior. For the avid grower this is the ultimate luxury because less artificial lighting has to be used to have healthy plants.
This space is perfect for off-season “outdoor” parties. The glassed in area gives the feel of being outdoors while the guests and your home are protected from the elements. You can entertain in any type of weather now. It is even feasible to set up a small cooking area or bar area inside the conservatory. This adds a very nice touch to small intimate dinner parties for just a few guests.
The curb appeal of the DIY sun-room kits is amazing. From the exterior of the home you have turned your plain, cookie cutter home into a manse that would have made the most snobbish small land owner proud. The conservatory is still a sign of elegance and good taste in higher society’s circles. Your home can be one of the most beautiful in the area with this type of addition that adds beauty and functionality to your home.
Several manufacturers offer very cost effective packages for the DIY Conservatories they produce. The kits are very easy to assemble for those with a moderate amount of skill with hand tools and power tools. Your imagination is the limit when it comes to constructing the type of room that will give you pleasure for many years to come.
The DIY Conservatories come in several types of roofing, colours, material style and materials themselves. From hard-woods and PVC materials to brick and moulded plastics, your choices are many and the difficulty or ease of the kit depends on how intricate you want your design. One of the most beautiful Victorian era DIY kits is the style that incorporates mock stained glass panels in the roof. Check out your options and get your kit ordered today. replacing conservatory roof with solid roof