Cornwall LivingIssue #71
Conserve your summers
Bring the outside in with a conservatory built by Collingtons.
The weather is warming up, spring is nearly here and we patiently await the summer with all those warm balmy days and evenings. At this time of year, sitting outside is starting to become possible, but only on days when the spring sun seems to side-line the residual winter chill that hasn’t quite disappeared yet.
“Collingtons’ energy efficient frames manage the temperature so that it never gets too hot or too cold.”
Have you ever wondered what it would be like if you could feel like you were sitting outside, but inside? What would it be like to feel the warmth of the sun on your skin but be out of the wind? How much better would life be if you could start the summer and spring, and extend it far into the autumn?
Well wonder no more, as you can have all these things with a new bespoke conservatory from Collingtons. Collingtons’ energy efficient frames manage the temperature so that it never gets too hot or too cold. What’s more, all roofs are manufactured to take into account each individual postcode, so you can be rest assured that it will suit the climate in
Each conservatory features only the highest quality double glazing and is individually designed to suit your home and your lifestyle, making it completely unique to you. The team offers all types, shapes and sizes of conservatories, porches and orangeries all expertly designed and built by the experienced fitting team.
Impressively, Collingtons recently became a member of the ‘Buy with Confidence’ scheme initiated by Cornwall Council, members of which adhere to the highest standards across all aspects of business, meaning you can rest assured that you’re getting the best products and service available.
So what are you waiting for? Start the plans for your new conservatory now and get the most out of an extended summer from the comfort of your own home!
"Collingtons’ energy efficient frames manage the temperature so that it never gets too hot or too cold."