Sustainable and lightweight, and high-strength and durable are among the two seemingly contrasting duos that property owners require their conservatories, orangeries, and greenhouses to meet. The same applies to commercial atriums and pool enclosures.
Local and national construction regulatory bodies also insist that builders follow these four elements. Together, that leaves contractors no choice but to meet these qualities in every structure irrespective of whether it will be an event center builder or a maker of simple annex to a residential house.
There still is a rise in demand for conventional designs to which builders have to match up. That assigns your contractor an even more significant challenge to design and build these beautiful retreats while ensuring they meet the regulator’s mechanical and environmental standards.
Even so, the client’s aesthetic requirements remain a critical element in the design process.
Addressing the insatiable nature of aesthetics
Design tastes and preferences vary from client to client. While you want a bigger conservatory for your new home and built with classic elements, for some, a simple, minimalistic design will do. The complexity of the design, however, also spans widely to include louvers within the glass enclosure, roof lanterns and solid building components.
The classic look of dwarf walling of red bricks and French doors is returning as a trend that most property owners prefer. Ideally, that is because they allow for convenient access. Proper ventilation and sufficient natural light is, however, also a critical factor that cuts across the board here, irrespective of the size of the structure and the complexity of your design of choice.
Therefore, confirm with your builder how best they can your conservatory, orangery, commercial atrium, pool enclosure, or greenhouse for convenient access, proper ventilation, and sufficient natural lighting.
Fulfilling cost factors
Like any construction project, you require following up with your local building authority to get all the necessary documents. Depending on the complexity of your construction project, you will need detailed architectural drawings to include exact measurements, design details, and optimized structural forces.
Unless it is an annex structure, you must obtain soil tests to ascertain it allows percolation and determines which foundation building method would be best to use. Sourcing all the materials you will need to complete the construction process before starting will help ensure the project flows seamlessly and completed within the required time.
You can save yourself this much work and even enjoy huge discounts by having your builder acquire the materials from their suppliers.
Conclusion: Customization options
Literature on conservatories and greenhouses could have guided your choice of design for the conservatory, orangery, or pool enclosure. However, after considering the design of your house, soil properties, or even your budget, you could need to change to the design.
Here, you should work with a builder with a rich mastery of the different types of conservatories, greenhouses, and commercial atriums. Such are better placed to helping you find a design that is closest to your dream conservatory, event center, or greenhouse.