Conservatory with large glazed areas


A conservatory, also known as an orangery, sun porch or greenhouse, is a space mainly used for storing plants during the winter months. We can transform it into a green oasis that provides us with a summer atmosphere even during the grey winter days. Moreover, this solution allows us to enlarge our space. Thanks to large windows, with a panoramic view, it becomes a natural extension of our house, so to speak.
Large windows are an essential element in the construction of conservatories, as they are the ones that let sunlight into the room and heat it naturally.

They can be made from a variety of materials. These include single or double glazing, clear plastic or reinforced glass panels. It is important that the glazing is well sealed to avoid heat and energy loss. Window frames, on the other hand, can be made of PVC, aluminium or wood.

Here are just a few of the advantages of a conservatory:

  • Natural light: large windows allow natural light to fill the space. In the winter months, when the day is shorter, this feature is particularly valuable for creating a bright and pleasant atmosphere.
  • Warmth: When the sun is shining, large windows can help retain heat inside the conservatory, creating a cosy and comfortable environment. This passive solar heating can reduce the use of artificial heating systems.
  • Plant growth: a very important factor for green enthusiasts. When growing plants in a conservatory, large glazing helps their growth. Plants need the right amount of light and large windows can give them the right amount of sunlight all year round.
  • Aesthetics: From this point of view, large glazing makes the conservatory appear more spacious and visually appealing.
  • Meeting space: The conservatory can be used as a space to receive visitors, and the large windows can create an inviting atmosphere. They allow visitors to show off the beauty of their surroundings from outside.
  • Practicality: With sliding window systems, the conservatory can easily be transformed into a terrace during the summer. Offering a complete opening between the interior and the exterior garden, for example.

As already mentioned, conservatories can be made of different materials. The most important thing is that they should be safe and high-quality materials, such as those offered by Fintecnic.
The most important issue is the right choice of profiles and glazing. It is very important that the materials offer us low heat transfer coefficient values. Only in this way will the conservatory really offer us what we want, which is to be able to create a green space all year round while saving electricity. For large windows, we recommend using aluminium systems with a thermal break. Our aluminium systems can easily be compatible with popular PVC systems. However, nothing prevents a conservatory from being made of PVC, which is also a very durable material with a low heat transfer coefficient.

Large windows can lead to higher energy costs, so it is recommended to invest in energy-efficient windows. Therefore, the most recommended windows for conservatories are triple-glazed windows. When it comes to glazing, customers can choose safety glazing, but also soundproof, ornamental, toughened, anti-burglary, anti-sun or tinted glazing depending on their needs.

A well-crafted conservatory is therefore a solution not only for garden lovers, but also for those who appreciate beautiful spaces and are concerned about energy savings. Our experts will help you choose the best systems for the perfect conservatory according to your needs.

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