The types of winter gardens
Gain an impression of the possibilities
Winter garden as terrace roofing
Of course, you also have the possibility to convert your terrace into a winter garden. Because if the terrace is covered,
it can be used all year round. Before you can build your winter garden, you have to make sure that all installation requirements are met and that
you are well informed about the statics of the terrace roofing. You should also choose the right material and pay attention to quality.
As soon as the basic construction is in place, the glazing of your conservatory extension and the window and door installation follow.
Not to forget is a sufficient ventilation, heating and shading of your winter garden.
Glass pavilion as winter garden
A glass pavilion is not only a stylish eye-catcher in your garden, but also versatile. Due to its attractive appearance and unrivaled comfort,
it is very popular and a nice alternative to a winter garden attached to the house. Through its large glass windows, a lot of daylight enters the conservatory,
so it is also ideal for keeping plants. In addition, the glass pavilion provides protection from annoying insects and is the ideal place for reading or relaxing.
Moreover, with appropriate ventilation or heating, it can be used all year round.
As a separate area in the garden
Your winter garden does not necessarily have to be classically attached to your house. There is also the option to integrate your winter garden as a separate area in your garden.
This is the most flexible solution for a cozy sitting area in the garden.
Attached to your house
The classic winter garden is attached to your house. If you rarely use your terrace or balcony, there is an option to simply glaze it and use it as a winter garden.
This way you have additional living space and storage possibilities that can be used all year round.
North side of your house
Heat and light determine the atmosphere and climate in your winter garden. However, these factors depend on the orientation of your conservatory.
A winter garden located on the north side of your house tends to be a relatively shady place during the day, as it only catches the first and last rays of the sun in summer.
If you want to use your conservatory on the north side all year round, it is necessary to heat there daily in winter.
South side of your house
If your conservatory is located on the south side of your house, it will be illuminated by the sun for the longest time of the day and can therefore heat up very strongly.
Tropical and subtropical plants, such as palm trees, feel particularly comfortable in such a warm climate.
However, you should therefore also plan for necessary shading and ventilation measures.
Winter garden with sloping roof
If your conservatory has a flat roof, the water cannot drain off completely. So dirt deposits can not be washed off.
Therefore, a winter garden with a roof slope is recommended. The greater the slope, the better the rain can clean and keep clean the roof of your winter garden.
Also, you should take advantage of the area of the roof slope. Our furniture adapts precisely to any roof slope, so you don't have to waste any space.
For example, configure a custom step shelf or get advice from our designers.