Conservatories are great for many reasons, they provide extra space to your home and also increase the price of your property. But once your conservatory has been built, an important decision needs to be made on the type of flooring that is going to be laid. There is so much choice when it comes to flooring so in this blog post, we at Berwicks Of Horsham are going to help you decide by detailing the main points to consider.
If like most conservatories, yours leads into the garden, you must be aware that your flooring is going to get a lot of use. It is also important to note that the likelihood of mud and dirt being traipsed into the conservatory is quite high. As a result, you need flooring that is going to last. Karndean flooring is a perfect solution to this as it is extremely durable and easy to clean, meaning that it will be able to withstand the test of time.
Whilst in the summer your conservatory is likely to be one of the warmer areas of your home, this is not the case in the winter. Conservatories are known to get pretty cold in the latter months of the year so underfloor heating could be a way to resolve this issue. Vinyl flooring is well suited to underfloor heating due to its ability to transfer heat. So, if you want your conservatory to be a comfortable environment all year round, vinyl flooring could be the way to go.
Traditionally, carpets are not generally considered for conservatories with flooring being a more popular choice. But here at Berwicks Of Horsham, we like to encourage customers to go against the grain, so if you would like a carpet to be laid in your conservatory, there is no reason why not. You should however consider highly durable carpets in order to combat the amount of footfall that it is going to experience.
We hope that you found this blog post useful and that you now have a better idea of what flooring you are going to choose for your conservatory. If you require any further information or would like to place an order for some of our flooring, please do not wait to contact us today.