When building a conservatory and considering the conservatory glazing material, glass is the preferred option as it is strong and long lasting compared to the cheap polycarbonate alternatives which can become opaque and marked over time. The use of glass also ensures you have a clear view to the outside and can welcome streams of sunlight into the interior of your home. There’s nothing better to cheer you up, especially on a sunny winter day, than soaking up the warmth of the sun sitting in your conservatory when it is too cold or windy to venture outdoors.
Conservatory Glazing is covered by Building Regulations Part N which you can download by following the link shown.
There are several factors to consider when choosing conservatory glass, including, insulation, solar control, security and safety. You can find out about these and more, by reading our advice and tips on choosing conservatory glass through the following links:
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